Carolina Live travels the region and features classical musicians from our area as well as those of international renown who visit our performance halls. Lauren Rico hosts the series.
Note: Carolina Live is looking for professional-quality vocal or instrumental recordings made in concert in the Carolinas in the past couple of years. Mail them to: Box 8990, Davidson, NC 28035-8990, attn. Carolina Live. For more info, call 877.333.8990.
From the South Carolina Philharmonic’s season-ending concert in April of 2011 at the Koger Center in Columbia, this concert begins with a performance by the South Carolina Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. This concert is followed by one given at Chamber Music Charleston.
From the Greenville Orchestra’s Chamber Series, this program provides a sampling of 20th century and contemporary work ranging from Prokofiev’s well-known student symphony in homage to Haydn to a recent work featuring tambourine soloists from American composer Michael Daugherty.
Fresh from conducting the music at the Royal Wedding, CSO Music Director Christopher Warren-Green is back in the Queen City to lead the orchestra in an all-Scandinavian program that wraps up their 2010-2011 season.
This concert program is a showcase, not only of selected soloists from the South Carolina Philharmonic, but also of the versatility of the orchestra itself.
Robert Moody leads the orchestra in a program that combines two 20th century icons and contemporaries with contrasting visions of the “American Century.”
Francesco La Vecchia leads the Greenville Symphony Orchestra in Wagner, and Bruckner. There's also a Piano Trio by Brahms on tap from Charlotte.
This all-French program is performed by the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra with some emerging young classical music talent as soloists.
Two programs from the Greenville Symphony Orchestra's Masterworks and Chamber series make up this edition of the show including Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with Marina Kolomiitseva, William Schuman's Newsreel (In Five Shots), Robert Schumann's Symphony No. 1 ("Spring"), and a suite from Bizet's Carmen.