Amazing Performances

music that stirs the soul, awakens the imagination

JOY MEETS IMAGINATION MEETS EXHILARATION.

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Symphonic Masterworks: Beethoven’s Fifth and Schubert’s Unfinished Symphonies

Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 7:30pm   

Owens Auditorium,

Sandhills Community College,

Pinehurst, NC

Tickets from $30 - $60 with military and student discounts.

Available online at this link or call (910) 687-0287.

Begin your New Year with two of the most celebrated orchestral masterworks of all time: Beethoven’s “Fifth” and Schubert’s “Unfinished” Symphonies.

Beethoven’s knock of fate – the most famous four notes in Western civilization – begins an epic journey of transformation that ends in renewal and triumph. The mystery of what prevented Schubert from finishing his most immortal work, at once haunting and uplifting, remains as great today as when the notes first flowed from his quill. Join Maestro Wolff as he leads the Carolina Philharmonic in an unforgettable concert.

 

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Handel's Messiah

Tuesday, December 19 at 7:30

Owens Auditorium, Sandhills Community College,

Pinehurst, NC

Tickets from $30 - $60 with military and student discounts.

Available online at this link or call (910) 687-0287.

Celebrate the reason for the season with Handel’s Messiah. In this one-hour performance culminating in the glorious Hallelujah Chorus, experience the most moving musical portrait of the birth of Christ ever imagined. A musical rite of the holiday season, the Baroque-era oratorio still awes listeners more than 250 years after the composer’s death. Handel, upon completing the score of the Hallelujah Chorus, exclaimed, tears streaming down his face, "I did think I did see all Heaven before me, and the great God Himself."


Maestro David Michael Wolff is joined by four stellar soloists – tenor Daniel Shirley, mezzo soprano Jami Rhodes, soprano Young Mee Jun, and bass-baritone Nathan Milholin – as he leads the Carolina Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra in Messiah.  

Soprano Young Mee Jun has performed on four continents and is beginning to appear frequently on American stages. She has obtained degrees Taegu University, in South Korea, a Master’s from Keimyung University and studied at perhaps the most prestigious Vocal Conservatory in the world, the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia, in Rome.

Soprano Young Mee Jun has performed on four continents and is beginning to appear frequently on American stages. She has obtained degrees Taegu University, in South Korea, a Master’s from Keimyung University and studied at perhaps the most prestigious Vocal Conservatory in the world, the Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia, in Rome.

Nathan Milholin, our Bass-baritone, is a Resident Artist at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from North Carolina School of the Arts and a Master of Music degree in Opera Performance from Yale University.

Nathan Milholin, our Bass-baritone, is a Resident Artist at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from North Carolina School of the Arts and a Master of Music degree in Opera Performance from Yale University.

Musical Transformations

impacting children's lives, one child at a time

It's not just The amazing concerts - Our mission is to serve children.

To date, with generous support from patrons like you, we have brought the joy of exceptional music to over 10,000 local children.

The Carolina Philharmonic is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Junior Orchestra

Our Junior Orchestra programs now serves 100 local children, and we've nearly tripled the amount of instruction, activity and performances this year. Thanks to the support of First Bank, Area Real Estate Partners, Inc., Janie Gould, and dozens of patrons, we we're able to fund this program again this year. Thank you!

Click here to learn more about the Junior Orchestra. 

Learn more about our educational outreach programs here.

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Mezzo-soprano Jami Rhodes is Associate Professor of Voice at East Carolina University where she teaches applied studio voice, conducts the ECU Concert Choir, and coordinates the vocal pedagogy program.

Mezzo-soprano Jami Rhodes is Associate Professor of Voice at East Carolina University where she teaches applied studio voice, conducts the ECU Concert Choir, and coordinates the vocal pedagogy program.

Tenor Daniel Shirley is joining us again! You may remember him from Messiah 2014. He has performed with many of the country's renowned orchestras and opera companies, including Seattle Symphony, Opera Philadelphia, Boston Baroque, and New York City Opera.

Tenor Daniel Shirley is joining us again! You may remember him from Messiah 2014. He has performed with many of the country's renowned orchestras and opera companies, including Seattle Symphony, Opera Philadelphia, Boston Baroque, and New York City Opera.

Because every child deserves to love exceptional music.

 

Our story. Eight years ago, Maestro Wolff launched The Carolina Philharmonic with a singular goal: to create a Symphony Orchestra that would not simply embrace audiences of all ages, but reach out to our audiences for support to bring music to children.Twenty-five children served in the first year grew to fifty the next, then 100, then 1,100. To date we've served over 10,000 children and continue to bring the joy of exceptional music through interactive musical experiences and curricula to thousands of local children every year.

Join us by donating. Our education programs cost $50 per child on average. We serve several thousand children every year, yet we receive no state or governmental funding. What we do is made possible only through private donations from patrons like you. Donate here online. or send a donation to "Carolina Philharmonic", at 5 Market Square, Pinehurst, NC, 28374. You may also call our Box Office at 910-687-0287 and make a donation by phone.  We are a 501(c)3 and every donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

Share your talents. Our Education Committee is recruiting talented, committed members to help us reach our ambitious goals. Please contact the Education Chair, Betsy Robinson for more info about how to get involved: betsynrrobinson@aol.com.

Check out these brief youtube videos below to learn more about our Link Up and Encore! Kids programs for K-5 students in Moore County.

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