Greenwich Symphony Orchestra has a new tagline …..Your Orchestra…Your Music. The slogan, meant to emphasize the personal connection between the orchestra and Greenwich residents, became necessary when the board learned that not everyone knows about the GSO and its long role in Greenwich history.
On Saturday, November 20 at 7:30pm and Sunday, November 21 at 3:00pm, the orchestra will perform The Chairman Dances by John Adams, Piano Concerto in G Major, by Maurice Ravel and the beloved ‘Pastoral’ Symphony No.6 by Beethoven.
Conductor Martin Majkut, one of five talented musicians vying to become the next Music Director of Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, will conduct.
Individual tickets are $40 for adults and $10 for students.
Choose any seat in the magnificent Greenwich Performing Arts Center at GHS. Orchestra members are fully vaccinated and audience members must provide proof of vaccination.
To learn more about Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, go to Https://greenwichsymphony.org
or call 203-869-2664.
Despite masks, vaccination cards, and new faces on the podium, some things at Greenwich Symphony Orchestra remain the same. Talented guest soloists from all over the world come to Greenwich to perform with the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra.
George Li, a 26 year old Harvard and New England Conservatory graduate, will be the soloist for the Ravel Piano Concerto in G Major.
“He is young, charming and a major talent who performs with the finest orchestras and conductors. Don’t miss the chance to experience a live orchestra performance with George Li, Martin Majkut and the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra,” said the GSO in a release.