The Raleigh Civic Symphony will celebrate the music of North Carolina composers by presenting a program of music written by composers connected to North Carolina. The concert will include Cripple Creek and Mountain Song by Lamar Stringfield, the founder of the NC Symphony, as well as the World Premiere of a new work by Duke University composer Scott Lee. The concert will conclude with Karel Husa’s Music For Prague 1968, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the suppression of the Prague Spring rebellion.
Lamar Stringfield: Mountain Song and Cripple Creek
Scott Lee: Deep Sleep (World Premiere)
Karel Husa: Music for Prague 1968
The concert will take place on Sunday, April 22nd at 4:00 PM in Stewart Theatre. Tickets are available now at go.ncsu.edu/concerts.