Sep 22, 2016 / Press Releases

September 22, 2016 | CHARLOTTE, NC—The Charlotte Symphony’s originally scheduled free community concert, Symphony On Tap, slated for Thursday evening has been reprogrammed.  

Instead, Music Director Christopher Warren-Green will lead a free lunchtime program, One Charlotte: A Performance for Peace, on Friday, September 23 at noon at Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center.

“As the city’s orchestra, we have a moral imperative to provide an opportunity for reflection and community,” says Maestro Warren-Green. “Music cares beyond pain.”

The Charlotte Symphony believes in the power of music to unify and heal and invites the whole community to attend this special performance.

“We serve the community as a place where people from all walks of life come together,” says Tom Gabbard, President/CEO of Blumenthal Performing Arts. “At this difficult time, our role has never been more important, and we look forward to welcoming the community to this performance and contributing what we can to Charlotte’s healing.”

This concert is presented to the community by Wells Fargo.


About the Charlotte Symphony

Founded in 1932 and led by internationally renowned Music Director Christopher Warren-Green, the Charlotte Symphony is a non-profit organization that serves the community through music that educates, entertains, and enriches the human spirit. We are world-class musicians, music teachers, and music lovers. We put violins in the hands of Charlotte's children and actively nurture the next generation with our music education programs. We bring artistic excellence to Charlotte's parks and hospitals, schools and places of worship, stadiums and concert halls. The Charlotte Symphony is a cornerstone of the cultural community, unifying people and adding value to their lives through music.


Virginia Brown

Director of Communications

Charlotte Symphony

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