WS Symphony Stage Pass

WS Symphony Stage Pass

The Winston Salem Symphony's 2021-2022 Season
Streaming On Demand Package - Includes six virtual concerts
10.08.21 Lark Ascending
11.19.21 Wild Dreams
01.18.22 Celebrate
03.15.22 Branford Marsalis
05.06.22 The Creation
Coming Soon: Happy
*Release Date Pending

WS Symphony Stage Pass
  • The Creation : Winston Salem Symphony

    While visiting England in the late 1700s, Haydn was overwhelmed by Handel’s oratorios and was inspired to compose a choral work of his own. Haydn’s rich tapestry of harmony, orchestration, and word-painting brings to life the texts of Genesis, Psalms, and Milton’s Paradise Lost. His Creation is a...

  • Branford Marsalis : Winston Salem Symphony

    Branford Marsalis
    March 5 & 6 / Streaming on Artarie Mar 16 - Apr 16
    Stephen Mulligan, conductor Branford Marsalis, alto saxophone
    Gershwin: An American in Paris
    John Adams: Saxophone Concerto
    William Grant Still: Symphony No. 4, “Autochthonous”
    Legendary saxophonist Branford Marsalis’s reput...

  • Celebrate : Winston Salem Symphony

    JoAnn Falletta, conductor
    Karen Ní Bhroin, conductor
    Alexandra Dariescu, piano

    Shostakovich: Festive Overture
    Grieg: Piano Concerto
    Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4

    Join us to celebrate in style as our 75th year officially begins in 2022! The concert kicks off with musical fireworks and brass fanfar...

  • Wild Dreams : Winston Salem Symphony

    After years struggling to complete his first symphony, Brahms wrote to his beloved Clara Schumann that the solution came to him in a dream. The symphony transformed into his first piano concerto, launching the composer to fame by showcasing the awesome power of piano and orchestra. The concert op...

  • The Lark Ascending : The Winston Salem Symphony

    The Winston Salem Symphony presents: The Lark Ascending

    Violinist Steven Moeckel returns to perform Vaughan Williams’s uplifting The Lark Ascending, in which the composer, in his wife’s words, “made the violin become both the bird’s song and its flight.” Elgar’s nimble “Enigma” Variations and Si...