Monthly Archives: August 2009

WDAV To Broadcast Live Reports from Charlotte Symphony Uptown Rally

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra hosts a rally in Uptown Charlotte at Trade and Tryon Streets today, Thursday, August 27, at noon, and WDAV will take you there.
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Remembrance: Michael Cimbala, violinist with the Charlotte Symphony

Mr. Michael Cimbala, 60, of Charlotte, died August 17, 2009, at Carolinas Medical Center Main, after a sudden illness. Michael was a violinist with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra for 35 years and a member of the American Federation of Musicians. Music was more than a profession to him, it was a calling.
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“Stand Up For Your Symphony” Rally On The Square

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra hosts a rally in Uptown Charlotte at Trade and Tryon streets, at high noon on Thursday, August 27th. Ensembles of Charlotte Symphony musicians will perform, and Governor James G. Martin, Chair-elect of the Board of Directors, will speak.
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WDAV Announces New Hires, Focuses on Multi-Media

WDAV 89.9 Classical Public Radio today announced two new staff appointments aimed at strengthening the station’s use of multi-media to engage new listeners. Lisa V. Gray has joined WDAV as Director of Marketing & Communications, and Jeffrey Freymann-Weyr has been hired as the station’s first multi-media producer.
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Drive Time Radio

In my six weeks of drive time across the United States of America this summer, geography was not the only thing I covered. I was all over the musical map, too…
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