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Spring Concert to Celebrate N.C. Composers

The Raleigh Civic Symphony plays a concert.

The Raleigh Civic Symphony, a program of NC State’s Department of Music, will celebrate the music of North Carolina composers in a concert 4 p.m. Sunday, April 22, in Stewart Theatre inside the Talley Student Union. Tickets for the concert are available online or through Ticket Central (1–6 p.m. Monday–Friday), either in person at the Ticket Central office in Thompson Hall or by phone at (919) 515-1100.

The concert will feature Cripple Creek and Mountain Song, composed by Raleigh’s own Lamar Stringfield, the founder of the North Carolina Symphony. The program will also include the world premiere of Deep Sleep, a new work by composer Scott Lee of Duke University. The concert will conclude with Music for Prague 1968 by Czech composer Karel Husa, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the suppression of the Prague Spring rebellion. Husa became a U.S. citizen in 1959 and spent his final years living in Apex.

Ticket prices are $5 for NC State students; $8 for NC State faculty and staff, senior citizens and non-NC State students; and $10 for the public. Free parking is available nearby in the Coliseum Parking Deck and the Jeter Drive Parking Lot.