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Celia Weiss is one of few musical artists who hold the enviable record of having served as a soloist on two different musical instruments. A pianist and organist well known to local audiences, the artist has appeared on numerous occasions with the Elkhart County Symphony Orchestra, the South Bend Symphony Orchestra, the IUSB Philharmonic, the Manchester University Symphony Orchestra, and in recitals throughout the area.Mrs. Weiss is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music at IUSB for the Raclin School of…Details and Tickets »
It's all about the family! The afternoon concert begins with Mexico's most performed piece of classical music, Moncayo Huapango, followed by a piece that every family member is sure to know. After intermission, hear a new composition by one of America's great composers that is also a musical portrait of Maestro Groner's family. Explore the dramatic sounds of every "family" of instruments within the orchestra with Britten's "Young People's Guide to the Orchestra," with special guest narrator.Your Family, Our Family…Details and Tickets »
The Symphony will be joined in a side-by-side performance of Brahms' "Hungarian Dances 5 & 6" with the Elkhart Central High School Symphony Orchestra. The young musicians will share stands with adult Symphony members, who will serve as mentors. Amazing violinist Wen Lei Gu will perform the Sibelius' "Violin Concerto in d minor." Gu comes to Elkhart from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. The program will also include Brahms' "Academic Festival Overture" and Sibelius' "Karelia Suite."Presented by the Elkhart County…Details and Tickets »
Three pillars of classical music will be featured in this symphonic showcase! Elkhart native Nicholas Roth returns to perform Brahms' "Piano Concerto No. 2." Beethoven's "Symphony No. 2" and Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze" will also be performed during the concert.Presented by The Elkhart County SymphonyPops at the Wellfield (Sept. 8, 2019)Your Family, Our Family (Nov. 3, 2019)Celebrating Music in Our Schools (Jan. 26, 2020)The Three Bs!!! Bach, Brahms, and Beethoven (March 15, 2020)Out of This World! (May 16, 2020)Details and Tickets »
Come for an evening of intergalactic experiences beginning in the Milky Way and traveling to other galaxies far, far away. Join the symphony for an exciting performance of Holst's "The Planets," performed in sync with an outstanding video produced by Emmy-nominated astronomer Dr. Jose Francisco Salgado. The video includes seven high-definition short films produced to accompany performances of Holst's orchestral suite. Each of the films in this 50 minute critically acclaimed work includes awe-inspiring images of the featured planet, historical…Details and Tickets »
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