Every year, excitement builds in anticipation of the Triangle Youth Philharmonic’s fall concert. The Philharmonic Association’s most advanced full orchestra presents concerts of professional quality, with performances that wow the audiences with challenging and thrilling repertoire.
This year, TYP’s fall concert will take place on Sunday, November 24th at 3:00 at Meymandi Concert Hall. This fall’s concert has especially unique pieces that will keep you in your seat for many reasons. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 in F Major will surprise listeners with its unexpected cheerfulness and leave them wondering what happens next with its constant twists and turns throughout. Jennifer Higdon’s “blue cathedral”, one of this award winning modern-day composer’s most popular pieces, will lead you to contemplate the beauty of life. And Respighi’s “Pines of Rome,” a favorite of many, will take your imagination on a journey across a Roman landscape.
Are you curious to know more about the unique pieces on the Triangle Youth Philharmonic’s fall concert program? If so, be sure to read the program notes created by three of our musician interns, all of who are members of TYP and have a deep understanding of the pieces on the program. Click here to read their engaging program notes.
Hopefully you are now starting to get exciting about the upcoming TYP Fall Concert. Don’t forget to add the date of the concert to your calendar: Sunday, November 24th at 3:00 at Meymandi Concert Hall. Tickets are available at the door one hour in advance. Balcony $15; Ground Floor: Adults $10, Seniors $10, Children FREE.
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