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BrSO 2022 Fuller Library Concert

Support the Brockton Symphony by attending our musical fundraiser at the Fuller Craft Museum!

Saturday, August 27th from 1-3pm

Symphony musicians will perform pieces of classical music throughout the galleries with intentional music and art pairings. This unique concert experience will encourage audience members to explore the museum while enjoying connections between art and music.

All donations for this event will go towards the Mark Finklestein Matching Grant to support the BrSO's 2022-2023 Season.

Thank you to the Fuller Craft Museum for collaborating with the Symphony and hosting this event!

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Announcing our 2022-2023 Season:

BrSO 2022 Photo Banner

Our 2022-2023 season celebrates the instrumental voices of the Brockton Symphony as we warmly welcome exciting guest conductors and artists into our community. The title of our season, Cueing in a New Era, symbolizes the Symphony celebrating pandemic recovery through live music, our music director search, and community engagement. This year, we present classical music legends alongside vibrant contemporary works. You won't want to miss our 4-symphonic concert spectacular, covering works by Rachmaninov, Dvořák, Tchaikovsky, and local and living composers!

Discovering the New World

Michael Korn
Michael Korn
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guest conductor

Sunday, October 16th, 2022 - 3PM

Christ Congregational Church, Brockton

Guest Conductor: Michael Korn

Explore the works of Amy Beach, Anton Márquez, and Antonin Dvořák, and their diverse musical viewpoints of the Americas. Discovering the New World also features guest cellist and 2021 Youth Competition winner Andrew Kim.

Philip Sanborn
Philip Sanborn
,
guest conductor

Holiday Pops Concert

Sunday, December 18th, 2022 - 3PM

Oliver Ames High School, North Easton

Guest Conductor: Philip Sanborn

Sing along with our Holiday Concert in December, which is sure to be a joyful spectacle of holiday spirit!

Close Connections

Sunday, January 29th, 2023 - 3PM

Christ Congregational Church, Brockton

Our annual chamber music concert will celebrate intimate and dynamic spaces created by music with smaller groups.

John Masko
John Masko
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guest conductor

Nocturnal Landscapes

Sunday, March 12th, 2023 - 3PM

Christ Congregational Church, Brockton

Guest Conductor: John Masko

The Symphony showcases Rachmaninov's dramatic Piano Concerto No. 2 in this celebration of the mystical and nocturnal in music. The concert features a premiere performance of Robert Ruohola's Orion, paired with Somerville native Alan Hovhaness' Mysterious Mountain symphony - a showcase in orchestral color, lush string writing, and heroic brass.

David Feltner
David Feltner
,
guest conductor

Town and Country

Sunday, April 23rd, 2023 - 3PM

Christ Congregational Church, Brockton

Guest Conductor: David Feltner

Witness classical music's power to depict the boisterousness of the city and the romance of pastoral life in Town and Country, with Bernstein's On the Town and Brahms Symphony No. 2. This concert will also feature our 2022 Youth Competition winner.

Dear Friends,

I am delighted to welcome you to the 2022-2023 Brockton Symphony Season. This year will serve marvelous musical offerings and community connection.

I write to you to ask for your support - your donation will fund our music director search and welcome new members into our musical community (audience members, orchestra musicians, and community partners alike!). I invite you to read below about our 2022-2023 season and new matching grant opportunity that doubles your support!

This year, the Symphony will continue to expand its scope and focus on community engagement and education, increased accessibility, and the presentation of live, classical music in the greater Brockton area. Alongside four orchestra concerts, the BrSO will continue to offer free chamber music with the Brockton Public Library and Fuller Craft Museum, educational engagements with local partners, and the Symphony's Youth Concerto Competition. All tickets are free to students and children, and senior and group ticket pricings are available as well. The Symphony serves the greater Brockton community with a commitment to diversity in our programming, musicians, board, and audience.

We are grateful to you and to the greater Brockton community for sustaining the Symphony's vitality during the pandemic. In order to offer our full season this year, the Symphony is happy to announce the Mark Finklestein Matching Grant, which will match increased historical donations up to a total of $10,000. We're thrilled to offer this opportunity which doubles your financial support and allows us to present a full program this coming season. If you have not donated in the past year, your full donation will be matched. If you donated last season, any amount above your previous donation will be doubled. Make your donation today, and support the Symphony two-fold!

Aimee Toner, Marketing and Fundraising Manager

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