From the opening notes of a jazz quartet during the cocktail hour to the final notes of Bernstein’s West Side Story Selections, the music thrilled guests last night at the Schenectady County Community College, matched only by the splendor of the wine and accompanying food prepared by SCCC culinary program students under the direction of […]
Love great music, fine wine and elegant food, beautifully prepared? Like supporting your hometown orchestra and your local community college’s culinary program? Even better, like the chance of winning a $100 bottle of wine for a $5.00 raffle ticket, finding holiday gifts at our silent auction, or purchasing some of the wine you’ve enjoyed at a […]
Tune in to WMHT-FM (89.1 FM) on Friday, November 7 at 1:00 pm for “No Ticket Required” and hear your hometown orchestra’s performance of Beethoven’s Symphony #6 in F, Op.68, “Pastoral.“ That will be just in time to whet your appetite for Sunday’s opening concert featuring Beethoven’s Symphony No 8, F major, op.93, along with Ryan Reilly‘s return […]
“Music from Vienna” Sunday, November 9, 2014 Proctors Theater 3:00 p.m. Kaiser (Emperor) Waltzes Johann Strauss Jr.(1825-1899) Voices of Spring (Frühlingsstimen) […]
Tasting Notes is coming up on November 20, and we are very pleased to partner with Capital Living and Rehabilitation Centres, a company of 8 award-winning nursing homes across the state, with one conveniently located on Altamont Avenue in Schenectady. As the lead sponsor of this event, they are helping keep classical music alive in […]
What a spectacular day for our Second Annual Beat Beethoven! 5K Run/Walk…. Results Dropbox link for more than 200 photos of the event. Many thanks to our dedicated volunteers who made it possible to shepherd more than 200 runners safely through the course, on a brand-new course. Please send along your comments as […]
Check out this column from Joe Dalton in the Times Union about the latest release from Madalyn and Cicely Parnas, appearing with the Schenectady Symphony in January 2015.
As a community-based symphony orchestra, the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra includes both paid and volunteer musicians. We have a long history of offering performance opportunities to talented members of our community, whether professional musicians or amateurs whose passion is for music while earning a living in another field. (See our post “Notes From the Archives” […]
Beat Beethoven! is only four weeks away…Register before the price increases – Only $20 till September 15.
Welcome to our 81st season during which we will host a quartet of the best soloists from past student competitions: young musicians who have gone on to distinguish themselves in the world of classical music. Soloists Madalyn and Cicely Parnas and Ryan Reilly return for their third performances with the SSO since winning our youth competitions […]