Symphony schedules season

The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra announces its 98th consecutive year of performing with “A Season Of Rich Expression.” The upcoming season also marks the seventh year for Kevin McMahon, Music Director and Conductor.

The season opens with a program featuring music from Beethoven, Richard Strauss (featuring former Utah Symphony member Ronald Beitel on horn), and Tchaikovsky.

In November, the orchestra performs the top requests from the people’s choice poll with our People’s Choice Concert.

Next up is the treasured holiday favorite Händel’s “Messiah” in December, which will feature the Sheboygan Symphony Chorus, prepared by Fabian Qamar. This season marks the 23rd year of performances with the Sheboygan Symphony Chorus.

As the season continues in February, the audience will enjoy a program entitled Memorable Movie Music with excerpts from, among others, “Pirates of the Caribbean”, “Star Trek” and “The Wizard of Oz.”

“In my tenure with the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra we’ve done two concerts of John Williams’ music, including many of his famous movie scores,” McMahon said.

The March performance will include Brahms Piano Concerto No.2 performed by Los Angeles area pianist Li-shan Hung and Christian music performed by Pastor David Weber.

The season finale in May is entitled Passion Part Two, a sequel to the extremely popular opera finale of the 2015/2016 season and features vocalist Laquita Mitchell, heard recently with the SSO in “Porgy and Bess.”


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