Randy Jackson, vocals
French music and cuisine come together as we celebrate the Triangle’s sister cities, Le Touquet and Compiegne. Saint-Saëns’ Piano Concerto No. 2 and the Bacchanale from Sampson and Delilah will dazzle you, and works by Impressionist composers Ravel and Debussy— including the ravishing Claire de Lune— create an evocative, magical atmosphere. Visit the food trucks for French-inspired treats.
GENERAL ADMISSION LAWN
$30 in advance and $33 the day of the show
Student Price (ages 13 to college students 26 years of age with school ID available in person at the Box Office only) Lawn Ticket $17.00
Kids ages 12 and under – Free on the lawn
COVERED TABLE SEATS
$33 in advance and $35 to the day of the show
Food & All Beverages (Including beer & wine. Glass okay)
small non-professional cameras with no flash
Umbrellas permitted but only until Symphony takes the stage.
professional cameras with detachable lensesaudio or video recorders