Power & Passion!
Celebrate that most Wonderful Time of the Year!
Sean O'Sullivan Theatre, Brock University
The NSO offers holiday magic for all! Join us for the enchanting story of The Snowmantm at our first Family concert of the season. Then settle in to enjoy the warm sounds of a classic radio broadcast featuring timeless music and stories at POPS! 2.
Joining the Niagara Symphony for this seasonal extravaganza are special guests Frank Proctor and Tim Denis, narrators: the Chorus Niagara Children's Choir; vocalists Joey DeBenedetto and Jessica Wilson, and boy sopranos Carlo Rescigno and Alexandre Brillon.
And a special treat! The NSO is delighted to welcome Dr. Rick Evans, making his conducting debut at POPS! 2. Maestro Evans won the opportunity to conduct the NSO at last June's elegant Midsummer's Eve Gala.
December 14, 2:30 p.m.
A "Radio City" Christmas
December 14th, 7:30 p.m. & 15, 2:30 p.m.
The NSO Cares:
Community Care bins will be placed in the lobby at all our Holiday concerts. We invite you to consider a donation of non-perishable food or unwrapped toys to brighten the holidays for those less fortunate.
From all of us at the Niagara Symphony, our very best wishes for the Holidays and a Happy New Year!
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Niagara Symphony Orchestra reports positive financial and artistic results for the 2012-2013 Season
On Tuesday, October 29th, 2013, at the Annual General Meeting of the Niagara Symphony Association, the Board of Directors presented audited financial statements which showed a surplus of $11,722 for the 2012-2013 season. The combination of growing artistic strength, careful management, and a renewed commitment to ongoing balanced budgets has resulted in this extremely encouraging outcome, the best in over a decade.
Addressing the membership, Board of Directors President Dr. Howard Slepkov remarked: "This represents the considered steps taken by board and management to ensure the continuity of the music in the Niagara Region. This helps us take one giant step closer to a successful and triumphant move to our new home, part of the cultural redevelopment of downtown St. Catharines."
With an annual operating budget of $700,000, the Niagara Symphony Orchestra is the second largest professional not-for-profit arts organization in the Region. More than 6,000 patrons across Niagara enjoyed NSO concerts, outreach and education programmes this past season.