Tour of HomesDecember 10, 2016 10 am to 2 pm Where: Owensboro, KY, USAThe Owensboro Symphony presents the Christmas Tour of Homes on Saturday, December 10 from 10am until 2pm features four exquisite homes in the Griffith Avenue area.
Tickets are $25 each. Call 270-684-0661 for details.
The day of the Tour from 9:30am - 1:30pm enjoy refreshments and entertainment at First Presbyterian Church (use Clinton Place entrance). Also at the church, parking for shuttle service (to two of the homes) and tickets will be sold for $25.
December 10, 2016
Holiday SpectacularDecember 10, 2016 7 pm to 9 pm Where: RiverPark Center, 101 Daviess St, Owensboro, KY 42303, USACirque de la Symphonie will return to Cannon Hall for Owensboro’s favorite holiday tradition. Aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers, and magicians bring nonstop thrills to a festive program of seasonal favorites, like Carol of the Bells and Sleigh Ride, and beloved movements from the Nutcracker Suite. Owensboro’s own Skylar Cain and the Owensboro Symphony Chorus will join the Symphony conducted by Nick Palmer for an evening that will put the audience in the holiday spirit and deliver fun for the whole family!
December 10, 2016
Russian RomanceFebruary 18, 2017 7 pm to 9 pm Where: RiverPark Center, 101 Daviess St, Owensboro, KY 42303, USAAndrew Tyson, piano
Bruce Kiesling, conducting
Conductor finalist Bruce Kiesling, pianist Andrew Tyson, and the Symphony will offer some of the most exciting romantic Russian orchestral masterpieces performed by the world’s finest orchestras and artists. Tyson has been winning competitions around the world since he was 15 years old. He has been hailed “a real poet of the piano” and is emerging as a distinctive and important new musical voice world-wide.
February 18, 2017
Awaiting SummerApril 22, 2017 7 pm to 9 pm Where: RiverPark Center, 101 Daviess St, Owensboro, KY 42303, USAKatherine Polit, soprano
Roger Kalia, conducting
Our last conductor finalist of the season, Roger Kalia and the Symphony will be joined by one of Virginia Opera’s Emerging Artists, soprano Katherine Polit. The audience will be wowed by this performance of Samuel Barber’s Knoxsville: Summer of 1915 – a simple, dreamlike depiction of a summer evening in the American South. The Symphony will conclude the 2016-2017 season with Dvorak’s pastoral Eighth Symphony, where the music is inspired by tranquil landscapes, depicting a summer’s day full of passion, dance and humor.