• New Haven Symphony Orchestra and Long Wharf Theatre Combine Box Offices

    Thursday • July 26, 2018 •

    This new box office enterprise, which will be called “Elm City Tickets,” will be managed by Long Wharf Theatre and will be located at the Theatre on 222 Sargent Drive in New Haven.

  • Alasdair Neale Appointed Next Music Director of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra

    Tuesday • July 17, 2018 •

    “I’m thrilled and honored to have been selected as the next Music Director of the NHSO,” says Neale.  “I’m eagerly awaiting the opportunity to make music with the phenomenal musicians of the orchestra, to serve the New Haven community, and to once again make my home in the city that so graciously welcomed me for the first time 35 years ago.”

  • NHSO to Play World Premiere of Amir ElSaffar’s “Suite on the Green” June 17

    Tuesday • June 12, 2018 •

    Suite on the Green, a new work that will have its world premiere on June 17 at the New Haven Green as part of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, will be performed by 27 musicians, combining ElSaffar’s members of Rivers of Sound Orchestra and the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. The work features microtonal maqam modes of the Middle East woven through a complex matrix of harmonies, sonorities, and orchestrations.

  • NHSO Announces Concert Line-Up for 125th Anniversary Season

    Tuesday • May 22, 2018 •

    The New Haven Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 125th Anniversary Season and Maestro William Boughton’s grand finale season with masterworks including Carmina Burana, Handel’s Messiah, and Mahler’s Third Symphony, as well as to Frank Sinatra, Broadway’s best, and more!

  • NHSO Crosses Musical Borders at Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra May 10 at Woolsey Hall

    Wednesday • April 25, 2018 •

    Led by NHSO music director William Boughton, this concert of masterworks written by immigrants and refugees will include Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra, Rachmaninoff’s Isle of the Dead, Zhou’s First Sight, and Korngold’s Violin Concerto, featuring Artist-In-Residence Elena Urioste.  

  • Music Director Finalist Rebecca Miller Conducts Concert of Russian Masterworks

    Monday • March 12, 2018 •

    Finalist Rebecca Miller makes her NHSO conducting debut and auditions to be the orchestra’s next music director with a program of Russian masterpieces including Tchaikovsky’s bombastic Symphony No. 4, Borodin’s In the Steppes of Central Asia, and what is widely considered to be one of the most challenging pieces in the cello repertoire: Shostakovich’s First Cello Concerto, featuring NHSO Artist-in-Residence Nick Canellakis.

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