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Charlotte Symphony was founded in 1932, by Spanish composer and conductor Guillermo S. de Roxlo. From 2001 to 2010, the orchestra ran under leadership of conductor Christof Perick. In May 2009, the orchestra appointed it eleventh conductor, Christopher Warren-Green, while Perick continued his association with the organization as its conductor laureate through the 2010-2011 season. The main home of the orchestra is the spacious Belk Theater of Blumenthal Performing Arts Center. It also serves as a resident orchestra for the well-known Opera Carolina along with North Carolina Dance Theatre. Also home to the symphony is the renowned Symphony Park Amphitheater of SouthPark, where the orchestra performs its Summer Pop Concerts.
In 2007, Charlotte Symphony issued its first compact disc, comprising of a collection of orchestral masterpieces by Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven and Mahler that were conducted by Perick. By July 2009, the orchestra was on its way to launching the bridge fund campaign in its concert called Celebrate America, held in Symphony Park, with the goal of gathering almost six million dollars to overcome the budget gaps in a period of six years. The fund has been made separate from the orchestra yearly operating budget of more than seven million dollars. Since February 2010, it has raised more than four million.
Charlotte Symphony orchestra features events in various music genres, which are divided into its various series. The different series under which many events are organized include Pops series, Lollipop Series, Classics Series, KnightSound, Opera and Youth Orchestra. While all the series titles are self-explanatory, it is important to explain that KnightSound Series is name given to all the particularly imaginative and innovative shows. Some of its most exciting recent concerts include Ballroom, OZ with Orchestra, Open Rehearsal: Tchaikovsky Symphony No.5, Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5, ‘Pop Up’ Opera, Twenty-sixth Annual Youth Festival, Tiempo Libre, Brahms Symphony No. 3, Natalie Merchant, Open Rehearsal: Brahms’ Violin Concerto, Youth Orchestra Winter Concert, Ravel & Debussy, American Music Masters and Pioneers, Open Rehearsal: Mendelssohn ‘Italian’ Symphony, Mendelsson ‘Italian’ Symphony, Junior Youth Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra, Once Upon a Time, Season Finale: Beethoven Ninth, Youth Orchestra Spring Concert, and Summer Pops Prelude, among many others. Make sure you book Charlotte Symphony tickets so you can attend at least one of the culturally enriching, and spiritually energizing performances.
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