The North Carolina Symphony will give a free outdoor concert, Sunday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m., on the South Lawn at New Bern's historic Tryon Palace. Symphony Music Director Grant Llewellyn will lead the orchestra in "Concerts in Your Community: At the Movies." In the event of inclement weather, the performance will take place at the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center.
The Dambusters March from The Dam Busters
Main Title from Out of Africa
Colonel Bogey March from The Bridge on the River Kwai
Kenneth J. Alford
Waltz from Murder on the Orient Express
Richard Rodney Bennett
Irish Tune From County Derry
Diamonds Are Forever
Orb and Scepter Coronation March
Sir William Walton
Gershwin In Hollywood
Robert Russell Bennett
Suite from Titanic
James Horner/John Moss
Take Her to Sea, Mr. Murdoch
Never An Absolution
Hard to Starboard
My Heart Will Go On
Raiders March from Raiders of the Lost Ark
Symphonic Highlights from Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Hans Zimmer/Paul Lavender
Hoist the colors
Drink up, me hearties
I see dead people in boats
Up is down
The public is also invited to purchase tickets to a picnic dinner preceding the concert to support the North Carolina Symphony's education concerts in Craven County. The picnic will be held at the North Carolina History Center at Tryon Palace beginning at 5 p.m. Picnic attendees receive dinner, reserved parking at the History Center and reserved seats at the Tryon Palace performance. Picnic tickets are $60 per person and only available by contacting the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center. For information on this opportunity to support the Symphony's education concerts in Craven County, call 877-624-6724.
This concert is presented in partnership with the New Bern series of the North Carolina Symphony as part of the Tryon Palace Performing Arts Series.
Remember to bring your own chairs and blankets, but leave pets and alcoholic beverages at home.
PotashCorp - Aurora is the presenting sponsor of this concert by the North Carolina Symphony.
Media sponsorship for the Tryon Palace Performing Arts Series is provided by Public Radio East. For more information, visit www.tryonpalace.org or www.ncsymphony.org; or call 800-767-1570.