The League is sponsoring a luncheon on February 25, 2015, at Two Rivers Country Club. Starting at 11:30, the event is open to the public, and the format will be a question and answer session with Music Director Janna Hymes. There may be a sneak peek at what is in store for the 2015-2016 season. Cost: $40 for League members; $50 for non-members. Click here for details.
Instruments for Kids
Join the LIKE program, an initiative sponsored by the Symphonia to provide Lonely Instruments for Kids to Enjoy. The Symphonia is collaborating with the Williamsburg Music Club to expand our supply of instruments for deserving young musicians to help them fulfill their dreams of making beautiful music. For details, click here.
Masterworks #3 - Feb. 25 & 26
"Celebrating Musical Innovations," featuring Paul Neubauer, principal violist of the New York Philharmonic, whose exceptional musicality and effortless playing distinguish him as one of his generation's quintessential artists. Mr. Kernis will perform three different pieces - "a very romantic and fun combination." Note: Wed. & Thurs. evenings. Click here for program notes.
Cabaret & Cocktails Pops - Jan. 24
A Pops Concert featuring the Symphonia and guest artists Harris Simon, Liz Montgomery, Bobby Jasinski and Tempy Barbru, with a special appearance of saxophonist Mike Monoghan. Over 500 enthusiastic patrons cheered, whistled and stomped their feet in joyful approval of a program masterfully organized and conducted by Music Director Janna Hymes. Kudos to all: the professional musicians, the hard-working committee and the wonderful audience.
Purchase tickets at the last minute!
If you didn't subscribe for the season, but wish to attend one of our marvelous concerts, don't despair! Many subscribers turn in their tickets if they are out of town on performance nights. Call 757-229-9857 to take advantage of last-minute openings!
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The Williamsburg Symphonia brings to the community superior orchestral performances, innovative programming and important educational initiatives.
It is with profound sadness that we report the passing on December 5 of Trustee James R. Pierce. For a tribute to Jim, click here. A Cello Chair has been endowed by his family in his memory. See Our Musicians for other endowed positions.