Greenwich Symphony Orchestra is  back with live performances

The good news is that  Greenwich Symphony Orchestra is  back with live performances. This is exciting enough, but there is another bonus.  Five different conductors will lead each of the five concert series.    Conductor Stuart Malina  is the first of the talented musicians vying to become the next Music Director of Greenwich Symphony Orchestra.

Opening concerts are  Saturday, September 25 at 7:30 and  Sunday, September 26 at 3:00 at the Performing Arts Center at  Greenwich High School.

A five concert subscription series for  $175  is the best way to evaluate all candidates.  Individual tickets are $40 for adults and $10 for students.

Orchestra members are fully vaccinated and all safety protocols will be in place.  

Despite masks, vaccination cards, social distancing and a new face 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.  

Chee-Yun.Contributed photo

Chee-Yun, a native of Seoul, South Korea will perform Violin Concerto No. 5 by Mozart in the guest soloist segment of this concert.  The program music, some familiar,  some not so well-known,  is carefully chosen by a music committee made up of board and orchestra members.  For this concert they have selected Music  From A Scene  from Shelley by Samuel Barber and Symphony in D by Cesar Franck in addition to the Mozart Violin Concerto.

More information on Greenwich Symphony Orchestra or call 203-869-2664.

To get a special invitation to the concert from Stuart Malina click here.

To learn more about Chee-Yun and her life as a soloist who travels constantly go to