The Springfield Symphony Orchestra ends its 81st consecutive season, Heroes & Legends, once again with record high single ticket sales for the nine subscription concert season.
The Symphony is pleased to report a 28% increase over budgeted goal in single ticket revenue for the 2015-2016 season and an 8% increase over last season’s single ticket record breaking goal.
The Board of Directors of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (SSO) has announced the renewal of Music Director/Conductor Kyle Wiley Pickett’s contract through the 2020-2021 season.
The Springfield Regional Arts Council (SRAC) awards $17,500 in Arts and Culture Grants to 10 area nonprofit organizations. The recipients will be recognized in a public presentation December 2 at The Creamery Arts Center to kick off First Friday Art Walk (FFAW) at 4:30pm before The Creamery's opening of "$100 and Under" (5:00pm-8:00pm).
Who doesn’t love a good laugh? SSO's Extremely Silly Pops Concert features themes from cartoon favorites like The Flintstones and Looney Tunes, goofy pieces like Leroy Anderson’s The Typewriter, where the soloist plays (you guessed it!) a typewriter, and you'll even hear a concert version of Chopsticks. They welcome Springfield radio legends Ned Reynolds and Randy Stewart to the stage for Beethoven 5 Sportscast by the hilarious P.D.Q. Bach (a k a Peter Schikele).