While living in New York, Czech composer Antonín Dvořák became interested in Native American music and African-American spirituals. His Symphony No.
Springfield Symphony Orchestra
Did you miss the September concert? Never fear! KSMU will rebroadcast every Classical concert two weeks following the performance on 91.1 FM or online at www.ksmu.org
September 21, 2019
$75 per person | $150 per couple
The Crystal Room at Kentwood Arms
700 E. St. Louis St., Springfield, MO 65806
Join the Springfield Symphony Guild for an elegant evening in the Crystal Room at Kentwood Arms in honor of the opening of the Springfield Symphony's 85th season. Come enjoy a fine dinner, champagne toast to the new season, invitation to the Afterglow, and complimentary transportation to the concert at Hammons Hall provided by J. Howard Fisk Limousines.
Call for reservations: 417.864.6683
This program is a FREE monthly event where you have the opportunity to meet Music Director Kyle Wiley Pickett and our guest artists and hear about the upcoming Classical concerts. Behind the Baton takes place monthly the Thursday before each Classical subscription concert. Please note our new location - Springfield Art Museum with a mobile cafe from MJ's Deli.
The Springfield Symphony will hold auditions for the 2019-2020 season American Playlist in August of 2019. The Symphony’s 85th season will be painting a musical portrait of America with a soundtrack worthy of our nation’s history and music that celebrates our world today. The Symphony is looking to fill the following positions: Principal Oboe, Assistant Principal Bass, Section Cello (2 positions), Section Viola and 2nd Oboe (must also audition on English Horn).
May 18, 2019
Call the Symphony Office at 417.864.6683 for tickets
Oasis Hotel and Convention Center
2546 N Glenstone Ave, Springfield, MO 65803
“It is your destiny.” (Darth Vader to Luke Skywalker, “The Empire Strikes Back”)
As members of the League of American Orchestras and as a part of their Orchestras Feeding America program, the Springfield Symphony will host a food drive, at its Is There Life After Death? classical concert on Saturday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts (525 S. John Q. Hammons Pkwy). All donations will benefit Ozarks Food Harvest a Feeding America partner.
The Springfield Symphony is thrilled to collaborate with the combined choruses from College of the Ozarks, Drury, Evangel and Missouri State Universities; with guest artists Jennifer Forni, Nicole Birkland, Limmie Pulliam and Todd Payne on Giuseppe Verdi’s Messa da Requiem.