Mahler’s First

Gustav Mahler, c. 1889

Anton Bruckner: Psalm 150, WAB 38 Austrian composer Anton Bruckner was born in Ansfelden, near Linz on September 4, 1824 and died in Vienna on October 11, 1896. A near contemporary of Johannes Brahms, Bruckner emerged as one of the


Chelsea Bonagura, soprano

A native of Rochester, New York, Chelsea Bonagura’s voice has been described as “beautifully warm and rich.” She has performed with regional companies including Opera Roanoke and Greensboro Opera Company. She placed Second in the Rosen-Schaffel Competition in 2013 and in 2011 placed Second in the Opera Guild of Charlotte Voice Competition. That same year she made her Charlotte Symphony début as a soloist under the direction of Maestro Warren-Green.

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Coming Soon:
The Winston-Salem Symphony, March 2106

Beethoven’s Ninth

October 15, 16, & 18, 2016

Robert Moody leads the orchestra, Symphony Chorale, UNCSA Cantata Singers, and star soloists in one of music’s most enduring testaments of peace. Mason Bates’ Ode, written as a preface to Beethoven’s work, opens the program.

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