By CLTure News
March 29, 2020
Charlotte Symphony has gone online and interactive. During the moratorium on live events, they’ve set up their website with streaming audio of past Charlotte Symphony Orchestra performances, home shows, word searches, educational materials, and a musical coloring book. Like many in the live entertainment industry, the symphony along with several venues, museums and arts organizations are adapting to these strange new times. Discovery Place recently launched a Stay-at-Home Science series, a digital learning center where you can find activities, videos and learning resources for children.
You can check out the #CSOatHome programs here and some performance highlights below.
Charlotte Symphony trumpeters Alex Wilborn, Jon Kaplan, and Gabe Slesinger playing Rafael Méndez’s “Tré-Méndez Polka” from their home studios.
Charlotte Symphony principal second violinist Oliver Kot plays a captivating rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” at home.
Charlotte Symphony principal bassoonist Olivia Oh and principal clarinetist Taylor Marino playing Beethoven’s Three Duets for Clarinet and Bassoon, No. 1 (I. Allegro comodo).