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Volunteering for Durham Symphony Orchestra offers the opportunity to become more engaged with the Symphony and its service to the community. Our volunteers are comprised of men, women, and teens from a diverse array of ages and backgrounds. We have a variety of tasks that appeal to varying levels of skill and time commitment.
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Recent News

Where to Stay: Morehead Manor

The Durham Symphony Orchestra is proud to partner with Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast for accommodations for DSO patrons, guest artist, and special events. To learn more about our partner, please visit their website. Website: Address: 914 Vickers Ave,...
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2015-16 Young Artist Competition Winner Deborah Kim

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Deborah Kim, age 16, is from Cary, North Carolina. She has studied violin with Shelley Livingston. Last year she won first place in the Duke University String School Concerto Competition and played as a soloist with the orchestra. In July 2015, Deborah had the chance to perform...
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Guest Artrist: Brian Miller

Brian began playing at his home church when he was 11 years old, just before entering into the 6th grade. He attended North Carolina Central University from 1996-2001 where he earned his BA in Music Performance and a BM in Jazz Studies. He has played and recorded with the John...
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Guest Artist: Steph Stewart and the Boyfriends

Before she formed Steph Stewart & the Boyfriends, Stewart grew up in the foothills of western North Carolina, surrounded by Appalachian folk music and the twang of her grandfather’s classic country records. The sounds of the hills stayed with her years later, influencing...
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