Some instruments aren’t for playing. With strings made from hundreds of vintage Swarovski and Czech crystals, the 2013 Painted Violin is meant for admiring – and for raising money so others can enjoy the music of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. Read full story at al.com.
The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra is going rock and roll for its next Pops series concert, “We Will Rock You – The Music of Queen,” on Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Von Braun Center Mark C. Smith Concert Hall. Read full story at al.com.
We may be approaching the season for sweethearts, but the truth is love can hurt. Just ask the poets, or the composers, as the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra is doing in its next concert, “Love Hurts.” Read full story at al.com.
Huntsville’s a city known for its high-tech accomplishments, but one of the most enduringly successful organizations is all about the arts. For 51 years, the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra Guild has supported the orchestra by raising money and providing educational outreach , succeeding through tough economy times and when orchestras around the country are struggling. Just recently, in fact, the guild presented the symphony with a check for more than $254,000, its contribution from the money members raised in 2012. Read full story at al.com.
The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra will start 2013 with two concerts in one week, one featuring the same piece of music not once, but twice, the other showcasing the beautiful sounds of the cello. Read full story at al.com.