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CSOApril 19, 2010

Charlotte Symphony Announces Replacement Conductor for Season Finale

As a result of the ash cloud from the recent volcano eruption in Iceland that has mandated closures of virtually all European airports and cancellations of flights, the Charlotte Symphony (CSO) announced today that

CSOSeptember 16, 2009

Charlotte Symphony Receives Two Million-Dollar Gifts in One Day

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra announced today that it has received pledges of $1 million contributions from two of the region’s most generous arts philanthropists.

CSOSeptember 7, 2009

WDAV Previews the Symphony Seasons

This week Jennifer Foster will host two season preview programs – for the Charlotte Symphony and the Winston-Salem Symphony. She’ll take a look at what’s coming up on their classics series and will excerpt some of the planned concert works.

CSOSeptember 4, 2009

Charlotte Symphony Musicians Ratify Contract

The Charlotte Symphony Board and musicians have agreed to a new four-year contract which reduces the number of paid working weeks in the Symphony season.

CSOAugust 27, 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.

CSOAugust 21, 2009

“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.