JOIN US FOR OUR 84TH SEASON – 2017-2018 In Concert with the Community since 1934 Season Subscription On Sale Proctor.org or the Proctors Box Office 3 Concerts on the mainstage & 1 Concert in the GE Theatre Pricing remains the same for our 84th Season $65 Preferred Subscription $40 Regular Subscription Concert I – Sunday, October […]
Thursday, June 29th, 2017
– 10:30 am the bus departs the Home Depot parking lot in Schenectady.
– 12 pm lunch in Chatham at the Whitestone Cafe
– 2 pm performance of the show with such song classics as “You’re The Top,” “Friendship,” “I Get at Kick Out Of You,” and many more.
Bus returns, leaving Chatham by 4:30.
There are a limited number of seats available, and the cost of the day’s outing:
– $115 per person for League Member
– $130 per person non-League Member
Call Connie Hayer to reserve your seat (s) and for more information.
The League of the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra cordially invites you & your guests to the Annual Musicale With performances and Celebrating the winners of the 56th Anniversary of the The Stefan Scholarship 1st Place – Ms. Hannah Sohn – Cello 2nd – Place – Ms. Aram Kim – Violin and Parillo Competition 1st Place – […]
Last Will And Testament by Benjamin Pomerance In 1875, a lawyer of modest means won election to the City Council of Vienna. Few people among the affluent city’s ruling class knew the name of Karl Lueger at that seemingly unassuming moment in time. An ardently pious Catholic whose legal work for the city’s destitute residents […]
We wrap up our 83rd season with Music in Bloom featuring Rachel Sohn, a homegrown musical talent springing into bloom. A 2016 graduate of Shenendehowa High School in Clifton Park, she was the winner of our 2014 Parillo Piano Competition while only a freshman. She has been first violinist of the Empire State Youth Orchestra for several […]
Here at the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra we take seriously the value of creating and maintaining a professional community-based symphony orchestra – offering an outlet for the talented musicians here in our community. We are fortunate to have many chances to hear classical music here in the region. But the opportunities to perform at a professional level can […]
Topping the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra’s April 23 concert is Overture in G by Dr. Edward Green, award-winning composer and educator known for his contemporary classical music. A professor at the Manhattan School of Music, Dr. Green teaches courses in composition, jazz history, and world music, and lectures and publishes widely. His compositions have been performed by orchestras […]
On behalf of the board of directors of the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra we would like to welcome Steven Yuhasz to our organization, who is replacing Christine Mason as Executive Director. Steven brings many years of direct experience in arts administration to the table. We are excited for the experience he brings and look forward to working […]
by Benjamin Pomerance The music was born in America. This, by itself, is startling when linked with the name of Ottorino Respighi, arguably the most heart-on-his-sleeve nationalist in the entire artistic history of Italy. Today, concertgoers know him predominantly for a trio of tone poems — Fountains of Rome, Pines of Rome, and Roman Festivals […]
Do you like variety? Love the arts? Want to make a difference in your community? Look no further. We’re looking for a self-starter to help support an active Board of Directors implement the programs and activities of the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra. Jack-of all trades preferred, as duties may include: Initiating and coordinating fund-raising activities, including […]