NHSO News

  • NHSO to Present Alternative Programming Through 2020

    Tuesday • June 30, 2020 •

    The NHSO Board of Directors announces that the programming and concerts originally planned for the remainder of 2020 is not compatible with COVID-19 health and safety guidelines and that the NHSO will not perform as a full orchestra until after December 31, 2020.

  • A Special Statement from the NHSO

    Monday • June 1, 2020 •

    The New Haven Symphony Orchestra shares our outrage and sadness over the ongoing violence committed against communities of color across our nation recently and throughout history. We stand in solidarity with all of those who are protesting today.

  • NHSO Song Writing Contest

    Wednesday • May 20, 2020 •

    The winning song will be orchestrated by award-winning composer Bert Dovo and the new work will be performed by the New Haven Symphony as a tribute to front line workers on our first concert next season.

  • NHSO To Celebrate Overlooked Composer Florence Price March 5

    Friday • February 14, 2020 •

    As part of its ongoing #MakeFlorenceFamous campaign, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra (NHSO) will showcase the music of Florence Price at Dvořák & Price on Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 7:30pm in Woolsey Hall. Led by music director Alasdair Neale, the concert will feature Dvořák’s Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104 played by Oliver Herbert, Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1 in E minor, and Rossini’s William Tell Overture.

  • NHSO Kicks Off the New Decade at “Vision | 2020 & Beyond Gala”

    Wednesday • January 22, 2020 •

    The event will celebrate the NHSO’s continued contributions to its community: artistic excellence, education, innovation, and a storied history. Festivities will include live musical performances, a curated cocktail hour, a gourmet dinner, and decadent desserts, plus live and silent auctions.

  • CT Insider: Sleigh Bells, History & Gospel

    Monday • December 16, 2019 •

    The New Haven Symphony Orchestra’s “Holiday Extravaganza” typically is one of the year’s most popular and lively events, and this year’s trio of concerts will make a little history, too.

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