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2015-16 Season

The Concerts / 2015-16 Season
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09.10.16 - Ohlsson Plays Rachmaninoff

Grammy award-winner Garrick Ohlsson conquers Rachmaninoff's Third Piano Concerto. Arguably the most demanding of all Romantic concertos, and equally electrifying, "Rach 3" is an immense challenge that will showcase Ohlsson's stunning virtuosity.

09.24.16 - Ann Hampton Callaway Sings Streisand

Platinum Award Winning singer-songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway celebrates the music of one of America's most powerful and enduring musical artists.

10.08.16 - Kodály, Liszt, & Dvorák

Kiev-born pianist and YouTube sensation Valentina Lisitsa plays both the Liszt Second Piano Concerto, and the diabolical Totentanz. Fabio Mechetti returns to Syracuse to conduct this program of Eastern European music.

10.29.16 - Spine-Chilling Serenade: At The Landmark Theatre

Come in costume for this Halloween-themed performance featuring some of the most famous music of the season, and frightening new selections. Full orchestra and chamber music selections are featured in various locations of the theatre lobby.

10.29.16 - Halloween Spooktacular

Costumes are encouraged for ghouls and goblins of all ages for this concert, featuring some of the most frightening sounds of the season.

11.05.16 - Carmina Burana

The earth-shaking sound of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana are immediate and intense from the beginning, with the start featuring the famous "O Fortuna." This awe-inspiring work focuses on inescapable forces of fortune and fate.

11.20.16 - A Trip Down The Danube

Celebrate the beauty and ageless style of Viennese music at Saint Paul's. Fall in love with the Blue Danube Waltz for the first time or all over again.


12.16.16 - Home For The Holidays

Ring in the holidays with Symphoria, dancers, the Syracuse Pops Chorus, Syracuse Children's Chorus, and special guests, as well as a visit from Santa.

12.17.16 - Home For The Holidays

Ring in the holidays with Symphoria, dancers, the Syracuse Pops Chorus, Syracuse Children's Chorus, and special guests, as well as a visit from Santa.

01.21.17 - From Beethoven To Brahms

Acclaimed pianist Awadagin Pratt is featured in a performance of Beethoven's majestic Fourth Piano Concerto. Music Director Lawrence Loh leads Symphoria in Polina Nazaykinskaya's Winter Bells and Brahms' Symphony No. 2.

01.29.17 - Music Of The Masters

Masterpieces of Haydn and Beethoven are featured on this program, along with principal trumpet John Raschella playing one of the most beloved trumpet concertos.

02.04.17 - Wild Things

Explore the stories, sights, and sounds of animals and other wild things with this program that is specially created for children under age six.

02.04.17 - Cirque De La Symphonie Returns!

Aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, and balancers perform with professional choreography to some of the most popular classical masterpieces and contemporary music.

02.05.17 - Cirque De La Symphonie Returns!

Aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, and balancers perform with professional choreography to some of the most popular classical masterpieces and contemporary music.

02.11.17 - Dvorák & Dessert: At SKY Armory

Multiple ensembles will perform throughout the evening as music is paired with a special selection of dessert offerings.

02.18.17 - Red Violin

Elina Vähälä makes her first appearance with Symphoria in this performance of Corigliano's Red Violin Concerto. This concert also features the Redline Tango and two works of Barber and Gershwin that premiered 9 years apart.


03.04.17 - Cherish The Ladies

It has been said that every time Cherish The Ladies perform, they set the world on fire! Their contagious energy will have you laughing, singing and dancing as they perform all of your Emerald Isle favorites.

03.12.17 - Selections From Amadeus: The Music of Mozart

This concert features music from the Amadeus soundtrack, including grief stricken piano concerto No. 20, turbulent Symphony No. 25 and the famous Queen of the Night Aria.

03.25.17 - The Sea

The colors and textures of the sea culminate with Debussy's La Mer. Renowned cellist Zuill Bailey performs Michael Daugherty's new cello concerto "Tales of Hemingway" in a program that also includes music of Mendelssohn and Bax.

04.01.17 - Superheroes & Villains Of The Silver Screen

Principal pops conductor Sean O'Loughlin and Symphoria take a trip to the movies with this performance featuring the most famous Superheroes and Villains of all time.

04.02.17 - Superheroes & Villains Of The Silver Screen

Principal pops conductor Sean O'Loughlin and Symphoria take a trip to the movies with this performance featuring the most famous Superheroes and Villains of all time.

04.06.17 - Music of Downton Abbey: At Hotel Syracuse

Come dressed in your best from the era as music from the show and time period are performed.

04.22.17 - Parker Plays Grieg

Known for his passionate artistry and engaging stage presence, Jon Kimura Parker performs Grieg's haunting piano concerto. The program concludes in the Far North, with Prokofiev's noble Symphony No. 5.

04.30.17 - Magnificat

Bach's radiant celebration of faith, scored for full chorus, soloists, and orchestra is a fitting end to the Casual Series in beautiful Saint Paul's.

05.06.17 - Beethoven’s Got Talent

Beethoven's musical talent was obvious at a young age, and we will hear some of his best known works while learning more about his life.

05.13.17 - Mahler’s Titan

Mahler's Titan Symphony is epic in all proportions, from its massive orchestration to sprawling form, and range of emotion. The full power of a symphony orchestra is on display for this heroic closing to the season.

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