October 8 & 9

Unforgettable: The Music of Nat King Cole

You’re going to L-O-V-E this season opener at the Pops! Featuring guest vocalist CAESAR and Principal Pops Conductor Chelsea Tipton, II.

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Sunday, October 23 • 3pm

To Awaken the Sleeper

Music Director Alasdair Neale leads the Classics Series opening concert at Southern CT State University with music by Shostakovich and Thompson.

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A Gala Celebration!

Brahms & Rachmaninoff

On Friday, November 11 New Haven welcomes special guest artist Joyce Yang for Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2, plus Brahms’s 2nd Symphony and Coleridge Taylor’s Ballade.

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NHSO Residency at SCSU

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Harmony Fellowships

Harmony Fellowships provide opportunities across the musical, administrative, and board levels for traditionally underrepresented groups in the classical music industry.

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Now Streaming Season 3!

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New Haven Symphony Announces 2022-2023 Season Concerts
Tuesday • August 23, 2022
The Symphony's SCSU Residency will open October 23 with a program conducted by music director Alasdair Neale and featuring "To Awaken the Sleeper," NHSO Composer-in-Residence Joel Thompson’s ode to literary giant James Baldwin. READ MORE
New Haven Symphony Orchestra Receives Largest Gift in 128-Year History
Wednesday • June 15, 2022
The NHSO has received the largest gift in its history from the estate of James D. English, whose family helped found the Symphony 128 years ago. READ MORE
NHSO Free Family Series Gets Wild With Beardsley Zoo
Tuesday • April 5, 2022
Free, outdoor concerts for kids in May and June will feature the NHSO Brass Quintet and a showing of live animals and animal artifacts from Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo. READ MORE
New Haven Symphony Announces Residency at SCSU for 2022-2023 Season
Thursday • March 10, 2022
The residency amplifies the Symphony’s commitment to performing accessible concerts for diverse audiences, collaborating on- and off-stage with community partners, and infusing educational opportunities into every facet of the organization. READ MORE
New Haven Symphony to Perform Free, Public “Young People’s Concerts” March 26 & 27
Monday • February 14, 2022
The Symphony’s Young People’s Concerts are back and – new this year – completely free of charge. READ MORE
Joel Thompson to Serve as NHSO Composer-in-Residence Through 2022-23 Season
Thursday • January 20, 2022
The Symphony will first perform works by Thompson on March 18 at Southern Connecticut State University. READ MORE

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