Duke Symphony Orchestra performs annual concert

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The Beaufort Memorial Hospital Foundation hosted the 11th Annual Duke Symphony Orchestra Concert on Saturday, March 22 at USCB’s Center for the Arts. One of the foundation’s most important fundraisers of the year, the much-anticipated event raised funds to support Beaufort Memorial Hospital’s Keyserling Cancer Center and its Healing Arts programs.

Duke Orchestra Director Harry Davidson led the 60-piece ensemble through a two-hour program of classical works by well-known and emerging composers. Once again this year, the USCB University Chorus made a guest appearance, joining the young musicians on two of the evening’s selections. After the concert, patrons joined Davidson and the musicians for the annual Conductor’s Reception at the home of Frances and David Cherry.

USCB chorus with the Duke Symphony Orchestra.
USCB chorus with the Duke Symphony Orchestra.
From left: Vivian Pigler, Andrea Allen, Lois Jenkins and Veronica Harvey with BMH Foundation Executive Director Alice Moss at the Duke Symphony Orchestra concert.
From left: Vivian Pigler, Andrea Allen, Lois Jenkins and Veronica Harvey with BMH Foundation Executive Director Alice Moss at the Duke Symphony Orchestra concert.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The chorus and orchestra rehearse.
The chorus and orchestra rehearse.

 

From left: Duke musicians with Al and Sandie Spain, Frances Cherry.
From left: Duke musicians with Al and Sandie Spain, Frances Cherry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kathryn Brown and Marilyn Harcharik.
Kathryn Brown and Marilyn Harcharik.

 

 

Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling, Brian Flewelling and Malcolm Goodridge.
Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling, Brian Flewelling and Malcolm Goodridge.

 

 

 

 

 

Tei Tober and Chad Tober, MD.
Tei Tober and Chad Tober, MD.