Springfield Symphony Orchestra Gives Musical Tour of Mediterranean

Friday Mar 31st, 2017
SSO Announcements, SSO in the news

Symphony Tries to Usher in Warmer Months with Program Inspired by Spain and Greece

SPRINGFIELD, MASS., MAR. 31, 2017 — What better way to celebrate the coming of spring in New England—or at least the desire for it to come—than with a symphonic tour of the Mediterranean? On Apr. 8, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (SSO) will treat its audience to powerful classical works inspired by the natural beauty of Spain and mythology of Greece. Featuring works by Franz Liszt and Manuel de Falla, as well as the SSO debut of pianist Washington García, Nights in the Gardens of Spain is sure to satisfy concertgoers’ springtime wanderlust — while never leaving their seats at Springfield Symphony Hall.


SSO’s Annual Spring Gala Brings Together Supporters and Community to Celebrate and Ensure Viability of Arts in Area

Monday Mar 27th, 2017
SSO Announcements, SSO in the news

“Anything Goes” Theme Brings 1930s-style Music and Dance to Dramatic Six-Story Atrium of Revitalized Federal Building

SPRINGFIELD, MASS.,--MAR. 27, 2017—Again this spring, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (SSO) will commemorate its long-standing commitment to Western Massachusetts with the Anything Goes Spring Gala. This year’s Gala will take place in the specular glass atrium of 1550 Main St., Springfield, Mass., and will include live music, a three-course meal, an auction and a ballroom dancing performance. The proceeds of the event provide funds to continue the SSO’s 73-year tradition of maintaining and developing high-quality artistic, education and community programming that enlightens and entertains audiences of all ages.

EVENT RESCHEDULED Whiskey Trending as Gourmet Drink of Choice for Young, Old, Women and Men

Tuesday Mar 21st, 2017
SSO Announcements, SSO in the news

Springfield Symphony Orchestra Offers Local Residents Chance to Learn About, Taste Whiskey

MAR. 21, 2017, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. — It’s official; whiskey passed vodka as the #1 spirit of choice in the U.S. back in 2014, and the trend is more than a passing one. The Springfield Symphony Orchestra’s rescheduled Whiskey & Cigar Night, now taking place on May 18, 6:00 p.m. at Nadim’s Downtown Mediterranean Grill, provides novice and connoisseur whiskey drinkers with a chance to savor a variety of the drink, while raising funds for the organization’s artistic, education and community programs.