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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - They Sang What They Could Not Say

SEVENTY-THREE YEARS AGO, Jewish prisoners interred at Terezin, the notorious Nazi concentration camp, used their singing of Giuseppe Verdi’s "Requiem Mass" as a most unlikely weapon against their captors. In June 1944, 150 inmates, weakened…
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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - Space Between the Notes

SURROUNDED BY a 14-acre family stand in Weddington, sultry summer breezes, and red-shouldered hawks, acclaimed jazz pianist and composer Claire Ritter rides in solitude with the equestrian skill of her great-uncle, fabled Hollywood cowboy…
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CHARLOTTE FIVE - Playing in the Band

Charlotte Symphony's Pro-Am fulfills the dream of dozens of amateurs by giving them the chance to get under the baton. Here at Charlotte Five: ViewLink
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Hitting All the Right Notes

Charlotte Symphony’s new president and CEO Mary Deissler expands programming, forms cultural alliances to broaden reach. Things might have been turned out differently career-wise for Mary Deissler had she not experienced crippling…