Art Walk, USO Concert, Pops, and More…


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 Monroe Art Walk

Join us for Art Walk where the work of different artists is featured along every stop. There will be music and light refreshments at many of the stops. Parking is available behind the building on Stewart Street and beside the building in public parking (access from Stewart Street).

Union Symphony Youth Ensembles will perform in the lobby outside the symphony office at 201 N Main Street Monroe.

Art Walk Performances
6 PM Allegro Strings and Dorian Fiddles
7 PM Vivace String Ensemble
8 PM Union Jazz

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Invitation to the New World

Sunday, April 24 at 4 PM
Jessica Mathaes, Violin Soloist
Violin Concerto in D major, Tchaikovsky
New World Symphony, Dvořák
Richard Rosenberg, Artistic Director
A reception to honor supporting patrons will follow the concert. The reception is hosted by the Union Symphony League.
Admission $28-23

Purchase Tickets.

Laura Kratt BatteUnion Symphony Salutes The Batte Center

Union Symphony would like to give special thanks to Laura Kratt, Director of Cultural Events, Sarah Huskey, Operations Manager, and Jason Stewart, Technical Director of The Batte Center for their expert care and ongoing support of Union Symphony.

A home for the arts in Union County since 1999, the George A. Batte, Jr Fine Arts Center at Wingate University holds the Hannah Convington McGee Theatre which seats 554, as well as the beautiful rotunda art gallery and recital hall. Union Symphony Orchestra is pleased to call The Batte Center its artistic home.

 


Designs of the First Decade

Symphony posters, programs, and other designs feature highlights of the first decade 2006 ̶ 2016 will be exhibited in the months of April and May at the Marshville Museum & Cultural Center 201 N. Elm Street Marshville.
Museum hours:
Fri ̶ Sat: 10 AM ̶ 4 PM
Sun: 1 PM ̶ 4 PM

USO Performs at First Presbyterian Church

The Palm Sunday & Easter Services held at First Presbyterian Church were inspirational experiences which included music performed by Union Symphony Orchestra, Carolina Brass, and The Chancel Choir. Repertoire included “Largo” from Symphony No. 8, “The New World” Chamber Ensemble and Organ by Anton Dvořák as well as other heartening selections.

Thank you to First Presbyterian Church, Music Director Kenneth Brown, all vocalists and musicians, congregation and guests for a truly stirring Easter morning.

 

 

 

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 POPS Poster May 2016 300Pops on the Plaza

Union Symphony Orchestra and Union Symphony Youth Orchestra will perform on the Plaza in Downtown Monroe on Sunday, May 15 at 7 PM. See more…