Salisbury Symphony Orchestra
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra is an ensemble of university students, community members and professional musicians dedicated to playing the classics – old and new – with outstanding guest artists from around the world. The enthusiastic support of Eastern Shore music lovers fosters a community of excellence centered on live symphonic performance. Below are our upcoming Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Events:
Featuring Soovin Kim, violin
Saturday, October 12 – Holloway Hall Auditorium, 7:30 p.m.
Soovin Kim enjoys a broad musical career regularly performing Bach sonatas and Paganini caprices for solo violin, sonatas for violin and piano ranging from Beethoven to Ives, Mozart and Haydn concertos and symphonies as a conductor, and new world-premiere works almost every season. Among his many commercial recordings are his acclaimed disc of Paganini's 24 Caprices and a two-disc set of Bach's complete solo violin works to be released in 2019. When he was 20 years old Mr. Kim received first prize at the Paganini International Violin Competition. He is the founder and Co-Artistic Director of the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival (LCCMF) in Burlington, Vermont. He was bestowed an honorary doctorate by the University of Vermont for the LCCMF’s great contributions to its community. In 2020 he and his wife, pianist Gloria Chien, will become Co-Artistic Directors of Chamber Music Northwest in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Kim devotes much of his time to his passion for teaching at the New England Conservatory in Boston.
Ticket Purchases Are Easy and Convenient
Purchasing our tickets is remarkably reasonable, especially for a live symphonic performance, and Holloway Hall Auditorium is beautiful and inviting. No wonder our concerts are community events.
By purchasing season tickets, you save money and guarantee seating, including the popular holiday concert. Find out more in our 2019/20 SSO Brochure Coming Soon.
Gifts Make a Difference
Making a gift to the SSO provides a critical margin for excellence, helps us keep ticket prices low and benefits SU’s student musicians.
The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra is supported by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive. An agency of the Department of Business and Economic Development, the MSAC provides financial support and technical assistance to non-profit organizations, units of government, colleges and universities for arts activities. The SSO is also supported by a grant from the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council.
Funding for the Maryland State Arts Council is also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.