NC Symphony to take the stage for Summerfest

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Posted 5/28/21

When the North Carolina Symphony takes the stage at Koka Booth Amphitheatre in June, it will have been nearly two full years since the orchestra last performed at its summer home in Cary.

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NC Symphony to take the stage for Summerfest

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RALEIGH — When the North Carolina Symphony takes the stage at Koka Booth Amphitheatre in June, it will have been nearly two full years since the orchestra last performed at its summer home in Cary.

After being unable to perform concerts last summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the symphony will once again see its audiences under the stars in the outdoor environment of Booth Amphitheatre, enjoying picnics and live classical and pops music at UNC Health Summerfest concerts. The return of Summerfest will include four programs on Saturday evenings in June. Concerts start at 8 p.m.

  • June 5: “Movie Music Classics,” Joseph Peters, conductor
  • June 12: “Cirque de la Symphonie,” Wesley Schulz, conductor
  • June 19: “Beethoven Symphony No. 4, Joseph Young, conductor and Rebekah Daley, horn; Mozart: Horn Concerto No. 3; and Beethoven: Symphony No. 4
  • June 26: “Classics Under the Stars,” David Glover, conductor
  • Tickets start at $15 for general admission or $60 for a four-person reserved pod on the lawn. Reserved table pricing ranges from $80 to $120.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit ncsymphony.org/summerfest2021.

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