Many things go into making the decision of where to call your home. For many of us, a job or lack of one is the primary stimulus for deciding where your heart is– but even then, there are an array of other factors that figure into a complete package so not surprisingly, our Asheville North Carolina Bed and Breakfast Inn loves Asheville Symphony. Truly, our love of music, theater and performing arts of any kind and the plenty that Asheville always has on hand for those fortunate enough to live here provided a big input into our decision to call Asheville our home.
Save the dead of the winter when not even the creatures are stirring and are all in search of a warm, cushy place to stay out of the cold, our street musicians (buskers) bust it out in downtown Asheville to everyone’s delight, visitor and local alike and we have a very active community theater.
Many of our guests here at the inn feel exactly the same way and take advantage of this plethora of varied talent even scheduling visits to our inn in accordance with performances, musicals etc. So, wanted to take a moment to let you all in on the Asheville Symphony 2011-2012 Season. Daniel Myer remains their director and his magic is ever present as he and the symphony deliver performances that always make us blessed to live here.
Asheville Season 2011-2012 Masterwork Series
September 17 Opening night-Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5
October 15 Sorcerer’s Apprentice
November 19 Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony
February 11 Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony
March 17 Brahms Symphony No. 1
April 14 Mozart’s “Jupiter” Symphony
May 12 The Pines of Rome
These performances will take place in the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium within walking distance of our inn and wherever you hail, …N.Y, Chicago, L.A. I think you will be wowed.
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