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A Message to Asheville From Broadway Star Capathia Jenkins
Click the video above to hear a message from Capathia Jenkins, vocalist on Asheville Symphony’s New Year’s Eve: She’s Got Soul on December 31!...
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Ring in the New Year with Soul and Style – Asheville Symphony Presents “New Year’s Eve: She’s Got Soul,” Sunday, December 31.
Join the Asheville Symphony to ring in the new year with soul, symphony and style during “New Year’s Eve: She’s Got Soul” on Sunday, December 31, at 8 p...
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Our Team is Growing! Meet Development Associate Dana Alward
Dana is a central Florida native and graduate of Florida State University’s College of Music, where she studied Clarinet Performance. She has a diverse pr...
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Discover William Levi Dawson’s Masterpiece, “Negro Folk Symphony”
The final piece on our Masterworks 3: American Portraits program is William Levi Dawson’s symphonic masterpiece, Negro Folk Symphony. Dawson’s first symphon...
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“Hamilton” Star Bryan Terrell Clark Will Join Your Asheville Symphony as Narrator for “Lincoln Portrait” on Saturday, November 18.
In the early years of World War II, conductor André Kostelanetz commissioned Aaron Copland to write a musical portrait of an eminent American, “to express th...
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Pulitzer Prize and Three-Time Grammy Winning Composer Jennifer Higdon to join Music Director Darko Butorac for Pre-Concert Talks for NC Premiere of her work, “Cold Mountain Suite”
The Asheville Symphony has the honor of playing the North Carolina premiere of Jennifer Higdon’s Cold Mountain Suite, and Higdon will attend the Asheville Sym...
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Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition: The Power of Originality and Friendship
The orchestral version of Pictures at an Exhibition that you’ll hear at this weekend’s performance of “Masterworks 2: The Great Gate” was compos...
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Presenting “Masterworks 2: The Great Gate” featuring Pianist Drew Peterson
On Saturday, October 21, 2023, the Asheville Symphony will present “Masterworks 2: The Great Gate” at the First Baptist Church of Asheville, with performanc...
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Brahms’ Fourth Symphony: From One Mountain Town to Another
If you’ve heard the other Brahms symphonies (you might recall our performance of Symphony No. 1 last September) and thought “wow, this is powerful stuff,”...
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Asheville Symphony Receives $50,000 Grant from The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust for Community Engagement and Outreach Programs
The Asheville Symphony has received a generous grant of $50,000 from The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust to bolster and amplify its community engagement...
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