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January 10, 2001

Enjoy an evening of music and cuisine during Sunday at the Symphony, a new program offered through Coastal Carolina Universitys Division of Extended Learning and Public Services. These musical events include lunch/dinner at Coastal followed by a performance of the Long Bay Symphony at the Myrtle Beach High School Auditorium. Participants will enjoy a pre-symphony lecture by conductor Charles Jones Evans, artist-in-residence at Coastal. A $45 fee includes the meal, transportation, pre-symphony lecture and admission to the symphony.

The following is a list of program dates:

From the Last Century: A Musical LegacySunday, Jan. 14; dinner at 4 p.m., performance at 7 p.m.

A nostalgic look back at the cultural legacy of the 20th century with this concert featuring music by the most significant composers of the modern period. Special guest is clarinetist Todd Palmer.

Smaller Treasures Sunday, March 25; lunch at 12:30 p.m., performance at 3 p.m.

Explore the music of great composers for the more intimate medium of the chamber orchestra. The event features distinguished faculty members from Coastal as soloists.

The Twilight of Romanticism Sunday, April 22; dinner at 4 p.m., performance at 7 p.m.

As the world moved through the late 1800s into the Modern Age, romanticism in the arts gradually gave way to new 20th century ideals. Yet the romantic spirit persisted. Revel in the lush musical beauty of the romantic period.

For more information or to register, contact Coastals Division of Extended Learning and Public Services at 349-2665 or visit on the Internet.