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The living legend Yo-Yo Ma appears for a one-night performance, the perfect crescendo to the GSO's Legendary Season tonight, May 6, at 7:30 p.m. Recipient of more than 15 Grammy Awards, Ma brings his superb tone and flawless technique to Greenville. The ideal ending to a storybook season! Paul Hyde, Associate Editor of the Editorial Page at The Greenville News, will lead a Pre-Concert Talk one hour prior to the concert in the Founder's Room above Larkins on the River. These talks, aimed at educating individuals interested in learning more about the concert's music, are free of charge.
What began in 1948 as a group of volunteer musicians, practicing and performing in the Women’s College auditorium on the old Furman campus, has now become one of the finest symphony orchestras in the Southeast.
World-class concert facilities, musicians at the height of their profession, an internationally known music director and conductor, and a community that embraces symphonic music – each has made the Greenville Symphony Orchestra what it is today. For more information, visit the Symphony’s website at www.greenvillesymphony.org.
(Image provided by the Greenville Symphony Orchestra.)