Charlotte Symphony’s Magic of Christmas is a must-do in my book this holiday season. This year’s performance has something for everyone – from traditional holiday favorites to rousing choral works and joyous sing-alongs – even some local bluegrass!
Celebrating its 15th year, the Magic of Christmas features merry holiday melodies performed by the Charlotte Symphony at Belk Theater. Take a break from the trimmings, tinsel, and gifts and enjoy these festive sounds that are sure to uplift. Matinee tickets 1/2 price for children.
Founded in 1932, the Charlotte Symphony is the largest and most active professional performing arts organization in the central Carolinas, giving nearly 100 performances each season and reaching an annual attendance of 200,000 listeners. Now in its 80th season, the orchestra employs 62 musicians on full-time contracts and is led by the acclaimed conductor Christopher Warren-Green, who began his tenure with the CSO in the fall of 2010.
The CSP Ticket Giveaway
One lucky Smarty will win four Orchestra I tickets to the Saturday Matinee performance at 2:30p. This giveaway has a quick turnaround, so to enter, just leave a comment below with your favorite thing to do in Charlotte over the holidays. Our winner will be selected at random at 10p on Thursday, December 2nd. So don’t wait!
MAGIC OF CHRISTMAS
When? Friday, December 2nd 8 pm | Saturday, December 3rd 2:30 & 8 pm | Sunday, December 4th 2:30p
Where? BELK THEATER – Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
Who? Albert-George Schram, conducting | Oratorio Singers of Charlotte
Charlotte Children’s Choir | Sweetbriar Jam
Tickets? Click here. For more info, visit the Charlotte Symphony website.