Carolina Classics

Spoleto Chamber Music Concert I: It’s a big day for Carolina Classics at the Dock Street Theatre under the leadership of new Artistic Director Geoff Nuttall. You’ll hear the new and improved acoustics for yourself as Nuttall adds charm, wit, and information to the proceedings – both firmly in the style – but notably different from – his predecessor Charles Wadsworth.
The excellent Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra plays Fauré; a four-guitar concerto by Joaquin Rodrigo played by the Winston-Salem Symphony; the Cypress Quartet plays Dvorak's "American" quartet.
The St. Lawrence String Quartet plays Schumann's Quartet No. 3 in A, Op. 41; Haydn's Trumpet Concerto with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra; South Carolina School of Music plays Borodin; a Mozart Flute Quartet at Brevard; Greensboro's John Fadial is featured in Brahms' Violin Concerto.
Brahms' Hungarian Dances; Cellist Alisa Weilerstein plays DeFalla with her mother pianist Vivian Hornik Weilerstein; pianist Inon Barnatan; Brevard Music Center Orchestra plays an Italian doubleheader; Paula Robison joins the Charleston Symphony for Mozart's Flute Concerto.
A Brevard reunion with conductor Henry Janiec; Dawn Upshaw sings Górecki; Retired Spoleto Chamber Music Director Charles Wadsworth introduces Haydn's "London" Trio; the Greenville Symphony Orchestra plays Beethoven's Symphony No. 4.
Selections by English composer Thomas Linley, Clarinettist Todd Palmer plays Barber's "Hermit Songs;" Enrique Graf plays Bach's French Suite No. 6; and Charlotte's Oratorio Singers perform Randall Thompson's Allelujah; Pedja Muzijevik and the Greenboro Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in Beethoven's Choral Fantasy.
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