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Grant Harville Music Director & Conductor

2022 - 2023 SYMPHONY SEASON

We’re proud to present scores of vibrant and dazzling works.

Symphony concerts are on Saturday evenings at 7:30pm except Christmas (Sun, Dec 4, 3pm) and Pink Martini (Thu, May 11, 7:30pm)

October 1 2022

JOHN WILLIAMS

John Williams has scored more than 100 films in his stellar seven-decade career

Recent Star Wars movie director J.J. Abrams said, Williams “writes feelings… and knows how to make your heart soar like no one else.” 

November 12022

MIRACLE

Members of the

Cascade Quartet and Chinook Winds 

power this celebration of Classical greats 

Solo instruments shine in the virtuosic Sinfonia Concertante for Winds

December 4 2022

The spirit of Christmas is embodied in the music and song of the season

Favorite carols, a magical train that embarks on a journey to the North Pole, and a Gloria that's "exalted, devotional, and jubilant by turns."

CHRISTMAS

January 21 2023

JOURNEYS

Chamber orchestra and voice highlight music about human interactions with nature while looking back in time. 

Mezzo-soprano Kimberly James lends rich and resonant tone on Songs of a Wayfarer and Four Songs.

February 11 2023

CELTIC AIRS

Our guest artist will perform the Scottish Fantasy, a unique and virtuosic concerto

Stephanie Chase debuted with the Chicago Symphony at age 8 and began extensive touring in her early teens. She has performed in 25 countries with “stunning power” and “matchless technique.” 

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April 29 2023

THE PLANETS

Experience the 1916 work that influences today's film composers

The glory of a massive orchestra with chorus powers an otherworldly prayer and all 7 movements of The Planets

May 11 2023

SPECIAL EVENT

PINK MARTINI

A Rollicking 'Round the World Musical Adventure!

“This is rich, hugely approachable music, utterly cosmopolitan yet utterly unpretentious. And it seems to speak to just about everybody … from grade-schoolers to grandmothers to the young and hip and beautiful."
–The Washington Post