North Carolina Symphony
Offering more than 175 performances annually in Tar Heel communities large and small, the North Carolina Symphony's repertoire is nearly as diverse as the towns and cities it serves.
From selections from the greatest hits of classical music like Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 to fan favorites from the world's best films to engaging concerts of accessible music specifically chosen with kids in mind, the nation's first state-supported symphony offers something for everyone.
Attend a Performance by the North Carolina Symphony
The North Carolina Symphony offers tickets to single performances and also sells subscriptions based on location and series. An online brochure outlines all the orchestra's offerings for the 2015/16 season. The symphony also puts on nearly 50 free educational concerts around the state, and a host of other programs geared toward kids.
If you've never been to a performance before, check out the symphony's website for tips for beginners and directions and parking information.
Make a Night of It
Planning on attending a concert in Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill, Fayetteville, New Bern, Wilmington or Southern Pines? As a Symphony patron, you can enjoy generous offers from businesses and restaurants throughout the state. Just show your same-day Symphony ticket and take advantage of these extraordinary opportunities to save.
The North Carolina Symphony website lists all the discounts you can take advantage of.
Contact the Symphony
You can buy tickets and get other information about the North Carolina Symphony online, by phone or in person.You can all the symphony at (877) 627-6724.
Directions to the orchestra's most common venues are available on its website.