Verdi’s Requiem – January 16

Verdi’s Requiem is widely considered one of the most magnificent pieces ever composed, and regardless if one is versed in liturgical Latin, it is music that strikes directly to the heart. Not solely a religious work, it is more a statement of what an inspired genius can achieve and how that genius can reach out to his audience.

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Music from the Mad Men Era starring Steve Lippia – December 31

There is no better way to bring in the New Year than with the HSO and this year’s guest artist, Steve Lippia. Sit back and reminisce as you enjoy the songs of the era when Huntsville was truly a boom town, the world was racing toward the moon, and a generation of crooners ushered in a new wave of music. This evening will delight you and set the stage for a joyous and Happy New Year!

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And The Beat Goes On – November 14

The entire first section of this evening’s concert will be performed by the Amadinda Percussion Group, one of the top three percussion ensembles in the world. The Amadinda Percussion Group will join the HSO for the second half of the program contrasting a U.S. premiere by Gyöngyösi, Sinfonia concertante, with a piece from an old master, Bach.

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Amadinda Percussion Group

Amadinda Percussion Group is supported by the National Cultural Fund of Hungary.

Berlioz and the Ladies October 24th

For more than 50 years, the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra Guild has worked to support the HSO in all of its endeavors. On this night, selections from French composers complement the piece by Gabriela Lena Frank that was commissioned by the Guild for their 50th Anniversary in 2010, and we celebrate their contributions to the HSO.

Watch a complete performance Symphonie fantastique performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. 

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Symphony Week

Enjoy free concerts around the city of Huntsville on October 20-23, 2014 at the following times and locations:

Monday, October 20, 2014
945am – Coletti – VBC
1045am – Coletti – WAAY TV

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
11am – Harp – Magnolia Trace
1:45pm – Wind – Randolph
2pm – Brass – Redstone Village
2pm – String – Clearview Cancer Institute
3:30pm – Wind – Merrimack Hall
3:30pm – Brass – AL.Com

Thursday, October 23, 2014
11am – Harp – Clearview Cancer Institute
12noon – Brass – Gazebo at Big Spring Park
2pm – String – Davidson Technologies
3pm – Brass – Green Street Market
5:45pm – City Council Meeting

Video Games Live October 17, 2014

This worldwide concert phenomenon is coming to Huntsville! The event was created by the gaming industry and features the best game music, performed by the orchestra, combined with synchronized lighting, video, live action, and audience interactivity. The entire family will love Video Games Live!

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The 2014-2015 Season

The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra announces its 2014-2015 season, Connections.  The season includes:

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Two Fifths on the Fifth | Saturday, April 5, 2014, at 7:30 P.M.

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 gives itself away with opening notes that are recognized the world over, and Prokofiev said that he intended his Fifth Symphony to be “a hymn to free and happy Man, to his mighty powers, his pure and noble spirit.” A fitting and wonderful end to a rich season, full of personality!

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