Music at Midday
(Partially funded – $600 – by the Symphony Guild)
The Music at Midday Series includes performances by Greensboro Symphony musicians throughout the community. The performances, which are hosted by retirement communities and other local venues are free and open to the public.
(Partially funded – $400 – by the Symphony Guild)
Preludes are the Greensboro Symphony’s pre-concert presentations. Distinguished professors from around the region provide information and background on the concert repertoire. For Dana Auditorium concerts, Preludes are held in the adjacent Moon Room. Preludes begin at 6:45 pm prior to Thursday evening Masterworks concerts, and at 7:00 pm before Saturday performances. On Saturday, the guest speaker is joined by Maestro Sitkovetsky at 7:00 pm for a unique look at the evening’s program.
Following each Thursday evening Masterworks concert, Dmitry Sitkovetsky is joined by the guest artist for a brief Question-and-Answer session with the audience. After the concert, simply move to the front of the orchestra section. Ask a question and hear distinctive perspectives on the concert from our Music Director and the evening’s soloist!