New Year’s Eve with
Rhiannon Giddens

Saturday, December 31, 2016
8:00 p.m.
Reynolds Auditorium


Best known as singer, violinist, and banjo player for the GRAMMY winning Carolina Chocolate Drops, Greensboro native Rhiannon Giddens comes home to the Piedmont! Fresh off a GRAMMY nomination for her solo debut album, Tomorrow Is My Turn, Rhiannon joins the Symphony for an exclusive hometown concert not to be missed.

Tickets from $20 plus tax

Single tickets for this concert available Monday, August 15.

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Reynolds Auditorium

Saturday, Dec 31
8:00 p.m.
Plugged-In Pops Series

New Year’s Eve Special Package!

Make your New Year’s Eve one to remember with a special overnight stay at The Historic Brookstown Inn! Package includes two orchestra-level tickets to the concert and much more.


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Winston-Salem Symphony
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Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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R.J. Reynolds Memorial Auditorium
301 N. Hawthorne Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27104

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Brookstown Inn Package

Ring in the New Year with the Winston-Salem Symphony and The Historic Brookstown Inn! You and a guest can enjoy a one-night stay at the Historic Brookstown Inn and two Orchestra-level seats for the Winston-Salem Symphony’s New Years’ Eve with Rhiannon Giddens event. Package also includes an evening wine & cheese reception in the hotel parlor from 5:00-7:00 pm, a Champagne toast at midnight with light hors d’oeuvres, a complimentary hot, Southern breakfast in the morning, and late check-out!

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Rhiannon Giddens

It was toward the end of the T Bone Burnett–curated September 2013 Another Day, Another Time concert at New York City’s Town Hall—a celebration of the early ’60s folk revival that had inspired the Joel and Ethan Coen film Inside Llewyn Davis—when singer Rhiannon Giddens indisputably stole the show. Performing Odetta’s “Water Boy” with, as the New York Times put it, “the fervor of a spiritual, the yips of a folk holler, and the sultry insinuation of the blues,” Giddens brought the star-studded audience to its feet.

Read more.

On YouTube

Official music video for Rhiannon Giddens’ “Black is the Color” from her solo debut album, Tomorrow is My Turn.

On iTunes

Tomorrow is My Turn
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“Underneath the Harlem Moon”
Factory Girl
© 2015 Nonesuch Records Inc.


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