In this performance, Symphoria explores Charles Darwin’s observations about the origins of music in this kid-friendly concert.
Denzal Sinclaire, one of Canada’s most popular jazz vocalists, takes the stage with Symphoria to present the timeless music of Nat King Cole.
Married pianists Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung perform two piano concertos from the “power couple” of the romantic era, Clara and Robert
Carlos Simon’s An Elegy: A Cry from the Grave and Wagner’s symphonic poem Siegfried Idyll are featured in this performance.
The immortal words of Abraham Lincoln, conveyed through Copland’s Lincoln Portrait complete this inspiring concert.
Symphoria performs music from the movie Fantasia along with local dancers.
Symphoria performs Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 also known as the “Great.”
Symphoria and the Syracuse University Oratorio Society close the Masterworks Series with Mahler’s Symphony No. 2.
Einstein, Tesla, Edison, and other famous scientists were also musicians and music lovers. This concert explores their inventions and favorite music.
This program features Symphoria musicians performing concerti in various forms.