Now and Then

  Friday, November 3, 2023 at 5:30pm

  Little Tubman Theatre

Livingstone College

The program will present a diverse array of works, primarily from living composers.

The pieces on the concert will combine to create a varied sound world by exploiting the expressive capabilities of cello and flute, along with percussion instruments from marimba and gongs to flowerpots and rocks. The program features three Salisbury Symphony musicians who have each played with the Symphony for many seasons and it promises to be new, approachable, and intriguing!

Natalie Williams - Singing Stones
Osvaldo Golijov - Mariel
Lou Harrison - Concerto No. 1 for Flute and Percussion
Chad Heiny - Seductions
Caroline Shaw - Boris Kerner
Gareth Farr - Kembang Suling
Andy Akiho - Karakurenai

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Purchase your General Admission tickets today. SSO Flex-Passes available for use at this event. Please contact the Salisbury Symphony to reserve your seats.

Meet the performers

Featuring

Laura Stevens

Flutist

Featuring

Ryan Graebert

Cellist

Featuring

Peter Zlotnick

Percussionist

Venue information

Little Tubman Theatre

Little Tubman Theatre, Livingstone College 701 W Monroe Street Salisbury, NC 28144

Directions to Livingstone College:
Exit Interstate 85 at Exit 76 for Innes Street. Head west on E Innes Street for approximately 2.3 miles. Turn right onto Institute St, and then make a quick left onto W Monroe Street. Livingstone College will be on your left at 701 W Monroe Street.

Parking:
Parking is the open lot adjacent from the science building. Once you have entered the campus via the public safety gate, take a right onto the first available roadway. The parking lot will be on your left with the theatre tucked away behind the Science Building on your right.