Listen Live at Noon to Charlotte Symphony Concert for Peace
Classical Public Radio 89.9 WDAV announced today that it will broadcast the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra's "One Charlotte: A Performance for Peace" live from Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center at noon, Friday, Sept. 23. The free community concert is the Charlotte Symphony's response to the tragic events and ongoing unrest that have gripped Charlotte in the past week.
"We know how powerful music is as a force for healing, comfort and inspiration," said Frank Dominguez, WDAV's general manager and content director. "It's a privilege for WDAV to help our community by sharing the Charlotte Symphony's artistry and generosity beyond the walls of the Belk Theatre at this troubled time. On behalf of WDAV I offer thanks for the cooperation of the Charlotte Symphony, the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, our intrepid broadcast and audio engineers, and for the support of Wells Fargo Private Back in enabling us to pursue this ambitious project."
This live broadcast of One Charlotte: A Performance for Peace is made possible by Wells Fargo Private Bank, proud sponsor of WDAV and the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra's Classical Series.
WDAV Classical Public Radio is dedicated to building a community focused on classical music by providing easy access to the art form, as well as opportunities for exploration and discovery. In addition to producing 156 hours per week for its own broadcast use on 89.9FM, HD-1, HD-2, and wdav.org channels, the station produces nationally-distributed programs, including Concierto, and, in partnership with South Carolina Public Radio, World of Opera and Carolina Live. A service of Davidson College, WDAV's main source of operating revenue comes from annual member contributions. The station's signal reaches a 22-county region centered in the Charlotte, North Carolina, metro area and ranges from Rock Hill, South Carolina to Galax, Virginia. WDAV's broadcasts can also be heard live online 24 hours a day at wdav.org and iTunes, as well as on any Android, iPhone or iPad device equipped with the WDAV Classical Public Radio app, or the TuneIn, NPR Music, or Public Radio Player apps.
- September 23, 2016
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