Christmas Tour of Homes – This Saturday

This Owensboro Symphony Alliance holiday tradition offers six beautifully decorated homes for ticket holders to tour. The tour date is this Saturday, December 13th from 12:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m. While touring the homes, holiday music will be played by a variety of talented Owensboro musicians. Refreshments will be provided at Pure Barre in Wesleyan Park Plaza along with additional tickets for purchase. This year offers a special visit with…

OSYO rehearsal canceled Monday, November 17.

All OSYO rehearsals are canceled for tonight, Monday, November 17, 2014 due to inclement weather. Administration will soon contact all participants with details about the next rehearsal.

Program Notes for La Traviata

A Listener’s Guide to La Traviata, October 18, 2014 BY DAVID GOODWIN, OWENSBORO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PROGRAM ANNOTATOR La Traviata, GIUSEPPE VERDI Born October 10, 1813 Roncole, Italy Died January 27, 1901 Milan La Traviata – The Fallen Woman (“she who has gone astray”) – is an opera in three acts set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. Piave and Verdi based their story on La dame aux Camélias…

The Next OSO Concert – October 18th

The Owensboro Symphony Orchestra and Kentucky Opera are thrilled to bring the concert version of Giuseppe Verdi’s LA TRAVIATA to the stage at RiverPark Center on Saturday, October 18th at 7:30 p.m.! The Kentucky Wesleyan Singers will perform as well. “High Notes”, a pre-concert lecture by Dr. Bradley Naylor begins at 6:45 p.m. in the Holbrook Balcony of RiverPark Center. The lecture is free with ticket purchase. This grand opera…

Opening Night is THIS Saturday!

Opening Night is this Saturday! Featuring Cicely Parnas, 20 year old cello sensation and dramatic readings by the Rose Curtain Players. What a way to kick off our 49th Season! High Notes, pre-concert discussion begins at 6:45 in the Holbrook Balcony. Dr. Bradley Naylor will lead the lecture. The pre-concert lobby entertainment is Dr. Joan Mack’s Suzuki Strings. This year we are adding the program notes so you may read…

 
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