About the GSO

The Greenville Symphony Orchestra is dedicated to providing educational and cultural opportunities for the citizens of Greenville and surrounding communities through the presentation of live orchestral music. Offering excellence in live musical performance, the orchestra enriches lives, educates minds and encourages community support of the arts.



To classically curious newcomers or the most dedicated patrons to the adventure seekers, music lovers, dreamers, students, neighbors, vacationers, families and children: we invite you to discover the GSO, encore after encore.


Orchestral music is played alongside others and for others; it’s value is found in the collective experience. The GSO is about people as much as it is instruments. From the Maestro to the board, get to know your community orchestra.


We strive to enhance our shared sense of place, as well as foster and progress a local way of life that both embraces and encourages arts and creativity. Join us. We will help you find where to sit, park and stay.

Education & Community

Thanks to the generosity of individuals, foundations and corporations, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra ensures quality music education is available to 25,000 children, adults, and young musicians at absolutely NO COST to participants.


Tune in to the GSO at any time from any seat.


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On this GratiTuesday we are grateful for young professionals that love the GSO and that are members of the Downtown Symphony Club! Would you like to be invited to fun parties and special events just for young professionals? Join the DSC today! http://www.greenvillesymphony.org/support/downtown-symphony-club/ #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #GratiTuesday
Everyday we are grateful for our committed board members but this GratiTuesday we are especially grateful for Henry Parr. Henry is a current board member who also serves on the Executive Committee and was a past president of the GSO Board of Directors. Henry was recently named as one of Greenville Business Magazine’s Legal Elite of the Upstate for 2018. Way to go Henry! #GratiTuesday #GSO #yeahthatgreenville
On this GratiTuesday we are grateful for our GSO Board Treasurer, Thad Dulin, who was recently named by Forbes Magazine as one of the 2018 Top Next-Generation Wealth Advisors! Congratulations Thad! #GratiTuesday #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #UBS #Forbes
Happy National Intern Day to our awesome interns from @furmanuniversity !!! They have been a joy to have in the GSO office this summer! #furman #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #nationalinternday
This GratiTuesday we are grateful for the simple pleasures of summer and our thoughtful coworkers who share homegrown tomatoes!! #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #visitgreenvillesc #GratiTuesday
This GratiTuesday we are extremely grateful to @duke_energy for a $30,000 grant that will fund the GSO’s EdReach program!!! Did you know that EdReach brings live music to all 51 Greenville County elementary schools and the Washington Center?! #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #visitgreenvillesc #GratiTuesday
Are you in your 20’s and 30’s? Do you like great music, fun parties, and networking with other young professionals? Join the Downtown Symphony Club!! These Dash and Bash runners are joining and you should too!!! #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #DashAndBash #Five4Five4Five #greenvilledrive
We are at the Dash and Bash downtown!!! Cheering on 5K participants and talking to people about the GSO! Thank you to our @furmanuniversity intern for getting up extra early to help out!!! Running in the race for the GSO are our friends from T&S Brass and Bronze Works! Good luck!! 🍀 Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!! #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #DashAndBash #Five4Five4Five #greenvilledrive
You can take the girl out of the Symphony but you can’t take the Symphony out of the girl...... Even on vacation our own GSO Development Director, Linda Grandy, is taking in a symphony while in Iceland!!! Seen here at Iceland National Symphony with her daughter Katherine. They’ve enjoyed hearing guest soloist, Mattila, singing Wagner. The performance is at the Harpa. The beautiful concert hall has glass panels that are iridescent and resemble fish scales to represent Iceland's connection to the sea. Have fun Linda and safe travels back to the GSO!
GSO Staff and our awesome Bob Jones University Intern hard at work getting Vino and Verdi event information in the mail to you!!! Hope you will consider being a host or sponsor of this FUN party on May 3!!! #GSO #yeahthatgreenville #BJU