Symphony by the Sea
The premier classical orchestra North of Boston
CELEBRATING OUR 35th SEASON
Donald Palma, Music Director and Conductor
Welcome to Symphony by the Sea!
Symphony by the Sea’s 35th season will again feature treasured orchestral classics as well as some special treats to enhance your listening experience. Our “classical” orchestra is different from the typical “symphony orchestra” in that it is configured in size more like the orchestras that date back to the time of the early symphonic masters, e.g. Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, allowing you to experience familiar classical compositions in the style that they were originally performed. You will find the experience different from what you hear in concert halls with considerably larger ensembles. Our wonderful Music Director and Conductor, Donald Palma, has responded to your enthusiasm last season by arranging programs that once again will feature opera, less familiar classics and very familiar orchestral compositions. To enhance your listening, Maestro Palma will again offer brief commentary from the podium. We are also delighted to feature opera soloists through our collaboration with Met Auditions.
Once again, we invite you to greet old friends and make new friends at our Thursday night preconcert reception, while Sunday audiences can enjoy light refreshments with friends and neighbors during intermission.
I look forward to meeting you all personally so that I can thank you for your continued support.
Beverly S. Clark, President
Symphony by the Sea is proud to be partnered with Endicott College and the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore
Symphony by the Sea is grateful to
Deutsche Bank - Alex Brown
2015-2016 Season Sponsor
Symphony by the Sea receives support from: