GREENSBORO YOUTH ORCHESTRA AND CAROLINA THEATRE
PRESENT A LIVE PERFORMANCE ACCOMPANYING
THE 1921 SILENT FILM “THE kID” STARRING CHARLIE CHAPLIN
The Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra, together with the Carolina Theatre, will present a live performance accompanying the 1921 silent Charlie Chaplin film, The Kid, on Sunday, April 13, at 3:00pm in the Carolina’s auditorium.
This innovative project will serve as the youth orchestra’s warm-up for a gig with even higher stakes: performing with the Silent Film Society of Chicago this spring at the historic Patio Theatre in Northwest Chicago.
The Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra’s performance at the Patio Theatre will be part of an extensive Chicago tour, culminating in coachings and clinics with members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and tickets to see the CSO under the direction of renowned conductor, Leonard Slatkin. GSYO members have prepared rigorously for the tour, which will serve as a defining experience for the ensemble. The Greensboro Symphony Guild, a major sponsor of the GSO’s education programs, has generously provided scholarship funding so that all students may participate.
What: Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid with the Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra,
Nate Beversluis conducting
When: Sunday, April 13, 3:00pm
Prices: $8 for adults, $5 for students, seniors, military and groups (10+)
310 South Greene Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
The Box Office is open Monday through Friday from noon until 5pm and one hour prior to show.
Information and tickets can also be found online at CarolinaTheatre.com.