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The Virginia Symphony Orchestra on The Outer Banks

02/29/2020 - 7:30pm
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Spend an incredible evening listening to the spectacular music of The Virginia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by a nationally acclaimed conductor. Recognized as one of the leading regional orchestras, The Virginia Symphony presents classics, pops and family concerts around the East Coast, and they are landing on the Outer Banks for a special one-night-only performance in February.

The Virginia Symphony Orchestra is being presented via the Don & Catharine Bryan Cultural Series, and the orchestra has garnered acclaim throughout the country as one of the top symphonies in the nation. The Virginia Symphony Orchestra, (or more commonly known as the VSO), has enriched the cultural landscape and life of the Hampton Roads area for more than nine decades, and the VSO makes annual trips to the Outer Banks to share their stunning and critically acclaimed music selections with their neighboring state. The performance will be held at the centrally located First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills, and music lovers of all ages are welcome to attend and enjoy a world-class performance of familiar classics. Tickets are on sale via the Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts and can be purchased online well in advance of the event by visiting the Outer Banks Forum’s website at http://www.outerbanksforum.org/buy-tickets/.

First Flight High School, Kill Devil Hills, 7:30 pm.
Purchase tickets or information: www.outerbanksforum.orginfo@outerbanksforum.org, 252 256 9361.
Adults: $32, Students under 17: $20.