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MOZART Overture to The Marriage of Figaro MOZART Symphony No. 40

MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto

The Charlotte Symphony, led by Music Director Christopher Warren-Green, offers something for everyone. Join us for our new season with inspired programs ranging from the ClassiCs, featuring great masterworks, to exciting POPs programs highlighting a broad range of contemporary American music from classic rock and folk to Motown and Broadway. KnightsOunds returns with innovative and imaginative programs, while our lOlliPOPs series offers children the perfect introduction to symphonic music through engaging hour-long concerts.

The following pages provide a road map to your Symphony’s 2013-2014 season. Enjoy!

Purchase single tickets to any of the concerts listed inside orSUBSCRIBE & SAVE to the series of your choice!

(See order form on inside back cover.)704-972-2000 | charlottesymphony.org

CHARLOTTE SyMPHONy 82ND SEASoN

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Exclusive to Subscribers Only!

ITZHAK PERLMAN

See pricing on p. 14

Sat Feb 15 8 pmBelk Theater | Blumenthal Performing Arts Center

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Scott Allen Jarrettconducting Classics IV

Christopher Warren-Green Music DirectorSEASoN SUBSCRIptIoNS

StARtINg At $140 (see p. 14)10 and 7 - Concert subscriptions available

Concerts in the 7-Concert Series arehighlighted in blue (all except 4, 7 and 8)

8 pm Belk TheaterBlumenthal Performing Arts Center

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V. BRAhmS SymphoNy No. 2 Fri Jan 10 & Sat Jan 11Christopher Warren-Green, conductingAndrea Mumm, harpRAVEL Le Tombeau de Couperin DEBUSSy Danses sacree et profaneBRAHMS Symphony No. 2

VI. SChUmANN & hAyDN Fri Feb 7 & Sat Feb 8Christopher Warren-Green, conducting Alan Black, celloBRITTEN Four Sea Interludes from Peter GrimesHAyDN Cello Concerto in C majorSCHUMANN Symphony No. 3 “Rhenish”

VII. SymphoNIE FANtAStIqUE Fri Feb 28 & Sat Mar 1Robert Moody, conductingSarah Jane McMahon, sopranoLOCKLAIR Phoenix for Orchestra BARBER Knoxville: Summer of 1915BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique

VIII. DVoRAk SymphoNy No. 8 Fri Mar 14 & Sat Mar 15Christopher Warren-Green, conductingStephen Hough, piano PURCELL/arr Britten ChaconneSCHUMANN Piano Concerto in A minorDVORAK Symphony No. 8

IX. All RUSSIANFri Apr 11 & Sat Apr 12Christopher Warren-Green, conductingCalin Lupanu, violinRIMSKy-KORSAKOV Russian Easter OverturePROKOFIEV Violin Concerto No. 1STRAVINSKy Petrushka (1947)

X. VERDI REqUIEm Fri May 2 & Sat May 3 Christopher Warren-Green, conductingOratorio Singers of CharlotteVERDI Requiem

I. thE plANEtSFri Sep 27 & Sat Sep 28Christopher Warren-Green, conductingLukas Vondracek, piano Oratorio Singers of Charlotte Women’s ChorusBRITTEN A young Person’s Guide to the OrchestraLISZT Piano Concerto No. 2HOLST The Planets

II. tChAIkoVSky’S “pAthEtIqUE” Fri Oct 11 & Sat Oct 12Christopher Warren-Green, conductingKaren Gomyo, violinMOZART Overture to Don GiovanniSAINT-SAENS Violin Concerto No. 3 TCHAIKOVSKy Symphony No. 6 “Pathetique”

III. BEEthoVEN & mozARt! Fri Nov 8 & Sat Nov 9Christopher Warren-Green, conducting Finghin Collins, pianoBUTTERWORTH The Banks of Green WillowMOZART Piano Concerto No. 21 in C majorBEETHOVEN Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral”

IV. BACh St. mAtthEw pASSIoN Fri Nov 22 & Sat Nov 23Scott Allen Jarrett, conductingOratorio Singers of CharlotteBACH St. Matthew Passion

Sarah Jane McMahonsopranoClassics VII

Lukas VondracekpianoClassics I

Alan BlackcelloClassics VI

Calin LupanuviolinClassics IX

Karen GomyoviolinClassics II

Finghin CollinspianoClassics III

Andrea MummharpClassics V

Stephen HoughpianoClassics VIII

Oratorio Singers of CharlotteClassics I, IV & X

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ChICAgoPresented by Novant HealthSat Sep 21 - Belk TheaterAlbert-George Schram, conductingSuper-group Chicago has amassed 21 Top Ten singles and 38 million in sales since releasing their first re-cord in 1969. Led by founder Robert Lamm, Chicago joins the Symphony for the very first time to kick start the Pops season at The Belk. Their many hits include “Saturday In the Park,” “Colour My World,” “You’re The Inspiration,” “If You Leave Me Now,” “25 or 6 to 4,” “Baby, What A Big Surprise,” and dozens of others.

INDIgo gIRlSPresented by Novant HealthSat Oct 5 - Belk TheaterAlbert-George Schram, conducting“Along with Simon & Garfunkel and The Everly Broth-ers, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers rank at the very top of all-time great duos,” raves The Boston Herald. Since releasing their debut record as the Indigo Girls in 1988, Ray and Saliers have been nominated for six Grammys and have sold over 14 million records. The Indigo Girls continue to thrill audiences around the world with their majestic harmonies and infectious blend of folk, pop, and rock.

thE mIDtowN mEN - 4 Stars from the original Cast of JERSEy BoySFri Nov 1 & Sat Nov 2 - Belk TheaterAlbert-George Schram, conductingThey took Broadway by storm in one of the biggest hits of all-time and now they’re together again! The Midtown Men, four stars from the original Broad-way Cast of Jersey Boys, bring to life their favorite 60s hits by The Four Seasons, Beach Boys, Motown, and more. “Authenticity is the core of this musical brotherhood,” exclaims The New York Daily News, “the Midtown Men sound as crisp as their Rat Pack-inspired suits.”

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lIVE AND lEt DIEpaul mcCartney tributePresented by Hearst CorporationFri Nov 15 & Sat Nov 16Knight TheaterMartin Herman, conductingA veteran of the Broadway hit Beatlemania, Tony Kishman looks and sounds just like Paul McCartney and has toured worldwide with acclaimed productions of Twist and Shout and Classical Mystery Tour. Live and Let Die features Kishman fronting a four piece band and the Charlotte Symphony to perform doz-ens of McCartney’s best-loved solo and Beatles hits including “Hey Jude,” “Penny Lane,” “Uncle Albert,” “Silly Love Songs,” “Jet,” “Maybe I’m Amazed,” “Yes-terday,” “The Long and Winding Road,” and other hits.

mAgIC oF ChRIStmAS Thu Dec 5 7:30 pm, Fri Dec 6 8 pm, Sat Dec 7 2:30 & 8 pm & Sun Dec 8 2:30 pm - Belk Theater Albert-George Schram, conductingAlbert-George Schram returns to the podium to con-duct an all new Magic of Christmas! Don’t miss this holiday tradition as George leads the Symphony, the Oratorio Singers, and an array of spectacular guests in this festive and joyous holiday concert.

thE hEARt oF motowNfeaturing SpECtRUmPresented by Novant HealthFri Jan 31 & Sat Feb 1Knight Theater Albert-George Schram, conductingThe hit musical group Spectrum returns to pay trib-ute to the The Four Tops, Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Spinners, Stevie Wonder, and other classic Motown artists. “(Spectrum’s) rich harmonies create a luscious curtain of sound,” exclaimed The Buffalo News, “The hits came one after another.”

BRoADwAy RoCkS!Fri Feb 21 & Sat Feb 22Knight Theater Albert-George Schram, conductingVocalists straight from the Broadway stage, Capathia Jenkins, Christiane Noll, and Rob Evan, join the Char-lotte Symphony to perform show-stopping numbers from Rock-inspired musicals including The Wiz, Hair-spray, Jesus Christ Superstar, Wicked, Mamma Mia, Rent and Phantom of the Opera.

DEBBy BooNE - SwINg thISFri Apr 4 & Sat Apr 5 - Knight TheaterJohn Oddo, conductingDebby Boone earned instant fame with her first single, “You Light Up My Life,” which claimed the Number One spot on the Billboard chart for ten consecutive weeks in 1977. She earned a Grammy for Best New Artist that year, and has since won two additional Grammys and seven Grammy nominations. Debby has starred on Broadway and brings her latest show, “Swing This,” to the Knight Theater to celebrate time-less classics such as “Sing Sing Sing,” “Cry Me A Riv-er,” “Mack The Knife,” and more.

ChARlIE ChAplIN’S CIty lIghtSFri Apr 25 & Sat Apr 26Belk TheaterJacomo Rafael Bairos, conductingThe Charlotte Symphony celebrates one of the most universally acclaimed films of all-time: City Lights – written by, directed by, and starring the great Charlie Chaplin. Tangled up with a suicidal millionaire and in love with a blind girl, the tramp must find a way to help her recover her sight. City Lights is presented in all its cinematic glory on the big screen, with the Sym-phony performing the superb soundtrack live.Music for City Lights © Roy Export Company Establish-ment and Bourne Co. except “La Violetera” © José Padilla.

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Our Musical FutureCharlotte Symphony Youth Orchestras (CSYO) represent the future of classical music. Supported by The Symphony Guild of Charlotte, the CSYO is an integral educational component of the Charlotte Symphony and features many of the area’s most talented and promising young musicians.The Junior Youth Orchestra (JYO) engages students in grades 4 through 9; The Youth Orchestra is comprised of students in grades 8 through 12. Almost 200 young musicians from over 60 schools in the greater Charlotte area participate in the youth orchestras. The CSYO has performed at Festival in the Park, Summer Pops at SouthPark, Carnegie Hall in New York, Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston and Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, DC.

2013 | 2014 Concert Schedule:Sun Sep 22 2 pm | Festival in the Park (CSyO) | Freedom Park (FREE) Tue Nov 26 7:30 pm | JyO and CSyO Fall Concert | Halton TheaterMon Mar 3 7:30 pm | CSyO Winter Concert | Halton TheaterWed Apr 23 7:30 pm | 27th Annual youth Festival | Belk Theater Featuring the Grand Prize winner of the Young Artists CompetitionTue May 6 7:30 pm | CSyO Spring Concert | Halton Theater Sun May 18 7:30 pm | JyO Spring Concert | Halton TheaterSun Jun 8 7 pm | Summer Pops Prelude (CSyO) | Symphony Park

auditions are held during April and May. For more information visit www.csyo.net. For ticket info call 704.972.2000

Introduce your child to the joy of live symphonic music at one-hour concerts that will engage all the senses!Oh, and don’t miss the PRE-CONCERT Lollipops Festival, featuring a lively drum circle, music-related crafts, and The Symphony Guild of Charlotte’s “Musical Petting Zoo.”

11 am - KNIGHT THEATERLollipops Festival and Musical Petting Zoo begin at 10 am

adventures in Outer space Sat Nov 16 Norman Huynh, conducting | Grey Seal PuppetsTo infinity and beyond! Take off for galaxies far far away with Roquefort the mouse on a cosmic journey fueled by music from Star Wars, E.T., Superman, and “Planets” pit-stops. Suit-up for the adventure in your intergalactic-inspired costumes, and prepare to navigate an asteroid field.

tubby the tuba Sat Feb 1Roger Kalia, conducting | Aubrey Foard, tubaWhistle with the woodwinds, sing with the strings, and help Tubby the Tuba find his melody. One by one you will discover the sights and sounds of the instrument families until you meet the whole orchestra at the “Great Gate of Kiev” for the grand finale!

little Red Riding hood Sat Apr 5Roger Kalia, conducting | Northwest School of the Arts Theatre DepartmentGrandmother, what big teeth you have! The Charlotte Symphony and theatre students from Northwest School of the Arts will have you skipping into the woods with Little Red Riding Hood, laughing at a scherzo from A Midsummer Night’s Dream and jumping into the stories of “Fairies and Giants” and “In the Hall of the Mountain King.”

P.S. Pop next door to The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s Family Days right after Lollipops for an afternoon of art activities! Adults $4, children free.

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The Charlotte Symphony and the Oratorio Singers of Charlotte celebrate the holiday season with a staple of seasonal repertoire - Handel’s Messiah. Messiah stands alone as a testament to the human spirit and the highest aspi-rations of man. Join the Oratorio Singers along with a cast of brilliant soloists

for this choral masterwork.

Scott Allen Jarrett, conducting | Oratorio Singers of Charlotte

hANDEl’S mESSIAhWed Dec 18 7:30 pm - Belk Theater

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OPEN REHEARSALS Public open rehearsals will occur on the following Friday mornings at 10 am: October 11, November 8, February 7, and April 11. Cost to attend is $20.

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MUSICALLY SPEAKING CHAT & TALK-BACK Join us before Classics concerts at 7 pm for our "Musically Speaking" talk and demonstration located on the Orchestra level inside the theater. Immediately following the concert, stay for a short "Musically Speaking Talk Back" with guest artists and conductors.

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