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A Special Concert Featuring TYJE

By | 2019-10-18T13:17:33+00:00 |1, News|

On Saturday, November 9th at 7:30, our Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble will be performing on a special concert program along with The Heart of Carolina Jazz Orchestra also directed by Dr. Gregg Gelb. The program will feature the internationally renowned jazz vibraphonist Christian Tamburr. The concert will feature an array of talented jazz musicians, with

Form a Chamber Ensemble This Season!

By | 2019-10-10T18:38:59+00:00 |News|

You probably know that the Philharmonic Association consists of three full orchestras, two string orchestras, and three jazz bands.  But did you know that the Philharmonic Association also sponsors several chamber ensembles every year?  Some of these small ensembles are longstanding ensembles like the Philharmonic Association String Quartet which is made up every year of

Auditions for 2019-20 Season

By | 2019-10-03T22:00:51+00:00 |News|

The 2019-20 season will feature great repertoire for every instrument, increased opportunities to connect with fellow musicians and the community, and excellent performances.   To register for an audition for our three full orchestras or three jazz ensembles click here. Once you register and send in the audition fee,  you will be notified of your specific

Welcome William Henry Curry!

By | 2019-10-10T18:49:14+00:00 |5, News|

The Philharmonic Association is beyond excited to welcome William Henry Curry to our team. We are so grateful and inspired that a conductor as esteemed and experienced as William Henry Curry has accepted the position of Triangle Youth Symphony Conductor! William Henry Curry is a composer, professor, and well-respected conductor. He is currently the Music

Highlights From Sinfonia’s Concert at Morehead

By | 2019-10-18T13:19:00+00:00 |News|

Once again, the Triangle Youth String Sinfonia had the wonderful opportunity of performing their spring concert program for the Governor Morehead School, a school for visually impaired students.  The musicians of Sinfonia, of course, were grateful to have an additional opportunity to perform the music they had worked all semester on.  The music selected this

Premiere of An Important Program

By | 2019-07-18T13:48:30+00:00 |News|

An important performance took place on Saturday, May 18th at the Northeast Regional Library.  The Philharmonic Association's United Strings of Color (Kennedy Mitchell and Felicia Adizue, violins, Jolie Duquene, viola, Lexy Etienne, cello) premiered their program exploring female composers.  There are many underrepresented and hidden female composers in history whose works deserve to be heard