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Welcome…This coming season, your Syracuse Symphony

Welcome…This coming season, your Syracuse Symphony Orchestra embarks on a journey of exploration and discovery…a journey in which one can travel to unexpected places, experience new emotions, and revisit the past…a journey in which the international language of music is spoken. Music can take you to fascinating places outside the realm of everyday experience; it can also take you to places deep within, tapping into long forgotten emotions and washing over you with its sheer power and profound beauty. Please join us for an extraordinary journey in the 2007-2008 concert season. And remember—a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step… Subscribe today!

Post-Standard Classics Series
World-renowned guest soloists and distinguished conductors…new discoveries and favorite masterworks.

M&T Bank Pops Series
An exciting combination of great music and legendary guest stars-six nights of fabulous fun!

Special Events
The Nutcracker, Handel’s Messiah, Martha Graham Dance Company, violin virtuoso Hilary Hahn

Central New York Community Foundation Family Series
A fun, educational and interactive musical journey for children and families.

Impromptu
Four nights of casual dining with friends, followed by an SSO concert.

Beethoven Festival
Three concerts in January highlighting the work of a beloved composer.

Stained Glass Series
Timeless works by Mozart, Bach, Haydn and others in the intimate splendor of Most Holy Rosary Church.

Watertown Series
Six great concerts featuring noted guest artists and musical masterworks in Northern New York.

Dryden Mutual Cortland Series
Five evening concerts featuring renowned soloists and timeless musical works.

Rome Series
Four evenings of stellar guest artists and great music in Rome.

Posted: Tuesday, March 27th, 2007 @ 4:24 pm by Curt
Filed under: Blog Skaneateles,Events in CNY

 
 
 
 
 

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