THE SALISBURY SYMPHONY REIMAGINES THE CONCERT GOING EXPERIENCE AT ITS SEASON PREMIERE CONCERT ON OCTOBER 21st TO PROVIDE A MORE INCLUSIVE ATMOSPHERE

Today (Sept 28) the Salisbury Symphony announces innovations to its Season Premiere Concert on October 21st that will provide the most inclusive concert-going experience for the broadest possible audience.   In addition to the traditional concert experience, where audience members will watch the concert from Keppel Auditorium, the Salisbury Symphony will incorporate a Pop-Up Bar presented by Morgan Ridge, an exhibition by Rail Walk Artists, and a live relay of the concert from Keppel to Crystal Lounge (aka ‘The Lounge’) - catering to all types of musical engagement.

‘The Lounge’ will open at 5.30pm and will be the home to Morgan Ridge’s Pop-Up Bar, which will serve wines, beers, light snacks and sodas throughout the evening.  There will also be a large screen set up in ‘The Lounge’ that will transmit the concert taking place inside Keppel Auditorium, for those who would prefer watch the concert in a more informal and social environment.

This initiative is part of the Salisbury Symphony’s renewed commitment to serving the entire community.   As such, the Symphony is offering complimentary tickets or discounted rates for groups, with multiple community organizations already taking part.

The Season Premiere Concert will feature Music Director David Hagy leading the Salisbury Symphony in Bach’s “Brandenburg” No. 3, Brahms’ Symphony No. 3 and Beethoven’s “Eroica” Symphony No. 3; three of the most popular symphonic works.  Special thanks to Charles & Rachel Oestreicher Bernheim for sponsoring the concert.

James Dane Harvey, Executive Director, says:  “We want our concerts to be a cultural melting pot, where music brings people from all walks of life together.  Shared musical experiences can be transformative and I think this type of event is exactly what our community needs. I would encourage everyone to be a part of a positive change and join us for a night of fun on October 21st!”

Community groups are eligible to receive discounted or complimentary tickets.

Please contact director@salisburysymphony.org or call 704 637 4314 for details.


For tickets and details visit: www.salisburysymphony.org.