In a daring move, music director Christopher Warren-Green has programmed at least one lesser-known piece on every concert in the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s Classical Series.
In a daring move, music director Christopher Warren-Green has programmed at least one lesser-known piece on every concert in the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s Classical Series. Courtesy of Charlotte Symphony Orchestra
In a daring move, music director Christopher Warren-Green has programmed at least one lesser-known piece on every concert in the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s Classical Series. Courtesy of Charlotte Symphony Orchestra

Charlotte arts season 2016-17: Music (classical to jazz, opera to folk)

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