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All-Chopin Benefit Concert - June 22/26



David Michael Wolff in Recital

Two all-Chopin piano recitals to benefit the Philharmonic's Educational Outreach Programs

Chopin's songful poetry finds full expression through the piano. On Fri June 22, 3pm (Pine Knoll) and Tues June 26, 3pm (Belle Meade), David Michael Wolff presents an all-Chopin program of many of his masterworks, a rich and varied tapestry of treasures.

Admission to the concert is complimentary, but the Philharmonic will accept donations at the door. 100% of donations will directly benefit the Philharmonic's Educational Outreach Programs and will specifically help create a Junior String Ensemble, open free of charge to children in Moore County, starting this Fall.

Limited seating - reservations are required and are available ONLY through Belle Meade by calling 910-246-1008 before June 21.

We're extending this invitation first to you, our e-subscribers -- thank you for your continued support of all that we're doing to enhance Music Education in the Sandhills and the surrounding region. Dreaming and acting together, the sky's the limit.

Up next on Fri July 27, 7pm at R. E. Lee Auditorium: A Midsummer Night's Pops, featuring a Salute to Ol' Blue Eyes, selections from Oklahoma!, The Wizard of Oz and Carmen, Rimsky-Korsakov's Russian Easter Overture, the opening movement of Rachmaninoff's 2nd Piano Concerto and more. David Michael Wolff leads the Carolina Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus, as well as special guests. Get tickets online.


Date: June 22/26

Time: 3pm

Pine Knoll (6/22)

Belle Meade (6/26)


Two chances to attend an All-Chopin Benefit Concert


To reserve seats CALL: 910-246-1008

The Carolina Philharmonic is a 501(c)3 non-profit and all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.