The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra conducted by Dr. Steven Errante is excited to return to The Wilson Center for its 2022-23 season!
This season's concert line-up features 5 exciting performances of legendary masterworks and exceptional compositions deserving of greater recognition.
• Shostakovich, Symphony No. 5
• Haydn, Cello Concerto in C // performed by internationally renowned cellist Amit Peled
• Brahms, Symphony No. 4
• Florence Price, Ethiopia's Shadow in America
• Andrés Martín, Concerto No. 1 for Bass // performed by Kebra-Seyoun Charles (the 2022 Sphinx Competition Winner).
The season begins on Saturday, October 1st with Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos performed by guest artists Domonique Launey and Elizabeth Loparits.
Next, on Saturday, November 12th, internationally renowned cellist, Amit Peled, will perform Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C on the Wilson Center stage with the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra.
On Saturday, February 4th, The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra will highlight Wilmington’s role as the northern terminus of the Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor with an appearance by celebrated story-teller singer Ron Daise, and conclude with a symphonic work by Florence Price, a Black composer whose music is enjoying a deserved revival.
Classic Connections on Saturday, April 25th, will connect you to composers through Broadway tunes, movie scores, and classical music. Enjoy compositions from composers Dvořák, Stephen Sondheim, Strauss, and John Williams.
Finally, on Saturday, May 13th, the Wilmington Symphony concludes the 2022-23 Season with Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony and a special performance by the 2022 Sphinx Organization 1st place competition winner Kebra-Seyoun Charles. Kebra-Seyoun will perform Andrés Martín’s Concerto No. 1 for Bass.
Your season ticket purchase will reserve your seats for all WSO's 2022-23 shows in the P2 Priority Season section. P2 seating is reflected in the attached seating card with red circles.