Admission FREE Wednesday and Thursday April 17—18

By CAM Raleigh | April 16, 2013

Leonard Bernstein, Massachusetts-born, Boston-raised composer and conductor wrote “This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.”

Bernstein wrote these words in a tribute mourning the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He encouraged his audience to let their rage and sorrow “inflame their art.” To provide a place for reflection, inspiration and gathering, CAM Raleigh is waiving admission on Wednesday, April 17 and Thursday 18 in support of everyone around the world touched by the violence in Boston.

Raindrop, Alistair McClymont

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