Schenectady Symphony at Proctors Sunday January 14, 2018

SCHENECTADY –  On January 14, the Proctors Theater will step back in time and present a silent film, accompanied by a live orchestra. The presentation is part of the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra’s first concert of the new year  and features a homage to silent film, with a film, written and produced by Niskayuna native Dave Keen. “I’m […]

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January 14th Concert – Showcasing Work of Niskayuna Native

The Adventures of Boof Margarine, by filmmaker/composer Dave Keen who is a Niskayuna native, pays homage to the silent comedies of the golden era of cinema.  An original silent film will be viewed as a full symphonic composition will be performed by the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra at Proctor’s Theater, itself once a regular hub for […]

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Tasting Notes November 16, 2017 – Reservations Required

Tasting Notes A Parisian Bistro Thursday, November 16, 2017 A evening to stimulate your senses with  French inspired food and wine! Join us for an epicurean extravaganza in which our guests enjoy a menu created by Chef Tom Alicandro of the Schenectady County Community College Culinary Institute and the artistry of Schenectady Symphony musicians, all […]

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Auditions for the 2017-2018 Season – Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 7-9PM

As a community-based symphony orchestra, the SSO consists of both paid and volunteer musicians. Individuals who wish to become a paid member or paid substitute must successfully pass an audition. We hold blind annual auditions for open seats and/or placement on the substitute list. This season’s auditions will be held on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from approximately 7 […]

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Our 84th Season begins Sunday, October 22, 2017 at Proctors, 3 PM

From Pastime To Masterpiece by Benjamin Pomerance Perhaps you have heard this tune before. Yes, that’s it — Strangers In Paradise, hit song from the Broadway musical Kismet, covered repeatedly by Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett and seemingly every other slick crooner of their era. A work sung so often that most listeners never even […]

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Beat Beethoven 5K – October 1, 2017 – Registration Now OPEN

REGISTRATION OPEN Click “Events” on main menu to Beat Beethoven! to register. 5K Run/Walk Sunday, October 1, 2017 Race begins at 9:20 am Central Park Schenectady, NY Start with the opening chords of Beethoven’s mighty 5th Symphony! Complete the course before the music ends and win a free ticket to the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra’s opening […]

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Schenectady Symphony Orchestra’s Annual Classical Breakfast

  CLASSICAL BREAKFAST Sunday, July 16th 9:30 am -11:30 am The Terrace at the River Stone Manor 1437 Amsterdam Road Schenectady, NY 12302 On the serene banks of the Mohawk River enjoy a lovely morning of classical music and a light breakfast to support the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra with a performance by Women of Note featuring Cathy Barber […]

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Schenectaday Symphony afternoon at SPAC and The New York City Ballet – Go to “Events” menu here on our webpage to purchase tickets

TICKET PURCHASE REQUIRED BY JUNE 23, 2017 All Balanchine afternoon with the New York City Ballet, Saturday, July 8th at 2pm. Purchase amphitheater or lawn seating and celebrate the summer with family and friends supporting the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra.  The New York City Ballet performs an All Balanchine afternoon: Tschaikovsky/Balanchine Allegro Brillante Gottschalk, arr. Kay/Balanchine Tarantella Tschaikovsky/Balanchine Swan […]

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SAVE THE DATE – SPAC – July 8th – NYC Ballet

SAVE THE DATE – JULY 8TH An afternoon with friends of the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra July 8, 2017 @ 2:00PM @ SPAC New York City Ballet All Balachine Tschaikovsky/Balanchine Allegro Brillante Gottschalk, arr. Kay/Balanchine Tarantella Tschaikovsky/Balanchine Swan Lake Stravinsky/Balanchine-Stravinsky Violin Concerto DETAILS AND TICKET PRICING TO FOLLOW (Program subject to change and not a performance by the Schenectady Symphony […]

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