March 3 @ 3:00PM

Music that evokes images of royal ceremony, including Clarke’s Trumpet Voluntary and Haydn’s Symphony No. 104. Pachelbel’s well-known Canon and Gigue in D Major are followed by the Concerto for Harpsichord in G Minor. Handel completes the afternoon with Zadok the Priest, performed alongside the Syracuse University Oratorio Society.

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MARCH 9 @ 7:30PM

Longtime favorite returning artist and international award-winning cellist Julian Schwarz plays Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme. Lawrence Loh conducts Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 for the first time, bringing back to our stage one of the most famous purely orchestral Mahler symphonies.

Great music connects us as community members, at every age and in every walk of life. From Brahms to Broadway, and from movie scores to Mozart, The Syracuse Orchestra performances will inspire you. Help us keep symphonic music alive in Central New York for everyone to enjoy.

“Symphoria is an asset to my life and my community.”

Itzhak Perlman concert-goer

Absolutely the highlight of our weekend. Thinking ‘outside the box’ is so refreshing.

Credo concert-goer

It was a wonderful evening! First time back and it was great! I love all the different options there are to choose from. We are so so happy the symphony is carrying on!

New York Connections concert-goer

The Symphoria/Weiss ‘Rhapsody’ was performed to near perfection.

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