IMPORTANT UPDATE ON OUR SEASON
For more than 70 years, residents of the Upstate have relied on the Greenville Symphony Orchestra to energize their lives with great music. It is our reason for being, and you can rely on us to continue to honor this commitment.
The music is set to return with seven unique classical programs from March through May. It is a season appropriate for the times – created with both musicians and audiences in mind – that will bring you music of Mozart, Vivaldi’s celebration of renewal “The Four Seasons,” Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and more.
If you have already subscribed to the 2020-21 season, your seat is waiting. Ticket information is on its way.
If you have not subscribed, but are interested in purchasing tickets, a limited number of seats will be available. For more information, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until we can enjoy music together in person once again, please avail yourself of the GSO’s many digital offerings hosted on greenvillesymphony.org. These include a video library of performances by GSO musicians and insights from Music Director Edvard Tchivzhel.
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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.
Share the love! It sustains our art & develops our future audiences. Live music is meant to be a shared experience, so our family programs make listening to classical music an accessible, non-exclusive activity families can enjoy together, even with very small children.
Teachers & Students
Through partnerships with local schools & organizations, we play a meaningful role in the collaborative mission of equipping our community’s students with unique moments of educational & cultural relevance. Our nationally award-winning, FREE education programs empower the audiences & musicians of tomorrow.
True distinction is handed down from generation to generation. We have a responsibility to develop the professional musicians of the future. We offer programs that extend beyond exposure- & appreciation-based methods to more specifically encourage the pursuit of playing music.
We strive to remove barriers for participation, whatever they may be. To inspire & entertain people of all ages & backgrounds; enhance the value of our shared sense of place; foster & progress a local way of life that embraces arts & creativity. We are Greenville’s orchestra, & it belongs to everyone here.