notes235From time to time various symphony members (and possibly featured guests) may post articles here about past performances, music we plan to perform, what life is like in a symphony orchestra, what it means to be our music director, and what inspires us to continue making beautiful music – among a multitude of other musically-related topics.  We hope to engage you in conversation and create a dialogue with you about music. Thanks so much for joining us!

Beethoven! aka Concert No. 1

Posted by on Nov 2, 2014 in Past Performances, Repertoire | 0 comments

A Rousing Success!

Our Sunday, October 26, 2014 performance was met with a full house, thunderous applause, and standing ovations all ’round!

Sam RhotonCarl Maria von Weber:
Bassoon Concerto in F Major, Op.75, 1811, featured guest soloist Sam Rhoton – an extraordinarily gifted young man who performed beautifully!  To hear and see just how talented this young musician really is, watch the video recording of Sam’s performance courtesy of YouTube.

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Leonore Overture No.3, Op.72, 1805, and
Symphony No. 5, Op.67, 1807-1808.

Introducing Our New Website

Posted by on Oct 26, 2014 in Website | 0 comments

We are so glad you have come to visit us at our home online – our new website has a few more features than the old site had, so we hope you will visit us often.

Please peruse our pages, add your comments to our blog posts, and connect with us on Facebook.  We hope you enjoy visiting our new site, and we look forward to seeing you at our live performances!

Thanks so much for joining us!