Kathryn Mueller, soprano
Described as a singer “who thoroughly captures the imagination” by the Albuquerque Journal, soprano Kathryn Mueller has also been praised by San Francisco Classical Voice for her “lovely tone and easy agility.” Her frequent solo concert engagements across the United States include appearances with American Bach Soloists, the Washington Bach Consort, Phoenix Symphony, Miami’s Firebird Orchestra, Atlanta’s New Trinity Baroque, and Chicago’s Ars Antigua.
Daniel Stein, tenor
Tenor Daniel C. Stein, whose voice has been described as “ringing” and “warm and flexible”, began the 2013-14 season performing excerpts from Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings (Britten) in a concert celebrating the centennial of the composers birth. He followed with performances of Messiah (Handel) and excerpts from La Bohème (Puccini) with the Winston-Salem Symphony.
Troy Cook, baritone
American baritone Troy Cook recently debuted with Hamburgische Staatsoper as Marcello in La bohème, where he also performed his first Ford in Falstaff in the spring of 2010, and with the Royal Opera, Covent Garden as Guglielmo in Così fan tutte. The 2013-2014 season also brought performances as Riccardo in Boston Lyric Opera’s I puritani, Marcello in La bohème with Pittsburgh Opera and North Carolina Opera, and the Marquis de la Force in Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites with Opera Theatre of St. Louis.
Winston-Salem Symphony to Perform Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4 and Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 19 Featuring Guest Pianist Myron Brown
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (October 24, 2013) – As part of its Classics Series, the Winston-Salem Symphony, Robert Moody, Music Director, is presenting a concert series featuring Siegfried Idyll, by Richard Wagner; Concerto for Piano No. 19 in F Major, k. 459, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; and Symphony No. 4 in B-flat Major, op. 60, by Ludwig van Beethoven.
The Winston-Salem Symphony Celebrates Veterans Day with
The U.S. Naval Academy Men’s Glee Club
The United States Naval Academy Men’s Glee Club, under the direction of Dr. Aaron Smith, has achieved national prominence as one of America’s premier men’s choral ensembles. The 65 voices of the Men’s Glee Club, who have thrilled audiences throughout the world, will perform a wide variety of rousing and moving works.
Winston-Salem Symphony to Perform Headcase
The Winston-Salem Symphony’s October Classics concert series is entitled “Behind the Genius: Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik” and will feature several significant pieces highlighting the brilliance and fragility of creative genius.
Symphony Chorale to hold Open Auditions
The Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale is holding open auditions on Monday, August 26 at 6 p.m. at the Symphony’s offices at 201 N. Broad Street in Winston-Salem. All voice parts are welcome, and the auditions are low-pressure!
For audition details, visit the Chorale’s audition page.
Casie Hammons Joins the WSS as Development Manager
The Winston-Salem Symphony has hired Casie Hammons as Development Manager, who will join the Symphony August 5. Prior to joining the Symphony, Hammons worked for Experiment in Self-Reliance, and had a multi-year career with Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC.
WSS Appoints New Education Position
The Winston-Salem Symphony has hired Jessica Munch-Dittmar as its first full-time education & community engagement director. Prior to joining the Symphony, Munch-Dittmar served as volunteer & program coordinator for the Creative & Performing Arts Program at the Salvation Army of Savannah, Georgia.
Symphony Receives $1.6M Bequest
The Winston-Salem Symphony is grateful to announce the receipt of a historic gift to its endowment. Jeanne (“Jan”) N. Hill, a passionate Winston-Salem Symphony patron who died on February 19, 2012 at the age of 52, provided a bequest to the Winston-Salem Symphony of more than $1,600,000.
Take it to the Limit with the Winston-Salem Symphony!
The Winston-Salem Symphony is presenting “Take it to the Limit: The Music of the Eagles,” as part of its Plugged-in Pops Series. The performance will take place on Saturday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. at Reynolds Auditorium.
Winston-Salem Symphony Names 2012-2013 Peter Perret Youth Talent Search Winners
The Winston-Salem Symphony has announced the winners of the 2012-2013 Peter Perret Youth Talent Search competition. The winner of the junior division, for students ages eight to 12, is pianist Kevin Xu, age 10, of Cary. The first place winner of the senior division for ages 13 through senior year of high school is Chambers Thomas Loomis, a pianist from Asheville.
Winston-Salem Symphony Presents a Free Concert for Community March 16
The Winston-Salem Symphony and the Winston-Salem Symphony Youth Symphony will present a Concert for Community on March 16, 2013 at 3 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public.
The Magic of Music! Winston-Salem Symphony Discovery Concert for Kids
The Winston-Salem Symphony presents “The Magic of Music,” with guest magician Jim Light as part of its Discovery Concerts for Kids.
Join the Winston-Salem Symphony for a Night at the Oscars!
Get ready for a night of powerful and beautiful music sure to take you on an emotional ride when the Symphony presents, “A Night at the Oscars.”
Winston-Salem Symphony Classic Series Presents Valentine’s Weekend Music for Lovers
As part of its Classics Series, the Winston-Salem Symphony will present a concert featuring music for lovers in the days preceding Valentine’s Day. A beautiful concert is the perfect way to celebrate your valentine!
Winston-Salem Symphony Presents Happy Birthday Mozart!
As part of its Classics Series, the Winston-Salem Symphony under the baton of Maestro Robert Moody, Music Director, will present a concert featuring several works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in honor of Mozart’s birthday (January 27, 1756).