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Don't miss the epic music of sci-fi favorites like Star Trek, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, 2001 A Space Odyssey, and the all-time classic Star Wars, including the latest in the series, “The Force Awakens!”
Sat, Apr 29Zuill Bailey plays Elgar
Internationally acclaimed concert cellist Zuill Bailey returns to Greensboro for Edward Elgar’s beloved Cello Concerto. Dvořák’s 7th Symphony and music of Wagner round out this exciting program.
Thu, May 4Sat, May 6Zuill Bailey, cello
Superstar cellist Zuill Bailey joins the Sitkovetsky and Friends Chamber Series for music of Bach; Brahms' beautiful Serenade for Winds also features.
Fri, May 5
The Symphony Strikes Back!
Take an epic journey to a galaxy far, far away as Nate Beversluis and the Greensboro Symphony guide you through space and time. You will not want to miss sci-fi favorites like Star Trek, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, 2001 A Space Odyssey, and the all-time classic Star Wars, including the latest in the series “The Force Awakens!”
After enjoying an enthusiastic reception for performances of Strauss’ Don Quixote during the Symphony’s 14/15 season, internationally acclaimed concert cellist Zuill Bailey returns to Greensboro for Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto. Dvořák’s 7th Symphony and music of Wagner round out the program.
Superstar cellist Zuill Bailey joins the Sitkovetsky and Friends Chamber Series for music of Bach with Maestro Sitkovetsky and GSO principals Scott Rawls and John Spuller. Johannes Brahms’ beautiful Serenade for Winds also features.
Want to enjoy some chic after-work events and learn about the world of music? Join us this year as we work to increase appreciation, participation and enthusiasm for the arts through the Greensboro Symphony!
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A graciously appointed guest room, dinner at Green Valley Grill, Symphony tickets and chauffeured transportation, house-made chocolate truffles and sparkling wine upon your return. What could be better?