Muscatine Symphony Orchestra

2014 - 2015 Concert Season


                                                                                                                                                      Photo by David Chesling Photography                                                                                                                  

MasterWorks III:  " The Heart of the Music:  Valentine's Day with Steve March-Tormé"
February 14, 2015
Central Auditorium, 9th & Cedar, Muscatine, IA
7:30 p.m

The annual Valentine’s concert is always one of our most popular programs, and this year we are especially proud to present the internationally acclaimed vocalist Steve March-Tormé and pianist/composer Steve Rawlins, for an unforgettable evening of jazz and pop classics.  The son of legendary singer and composer Mel Tormé (affectionately remembered as “the Velvet Fog”),
Mr. March- Tormé has built an enthusiastic following of his own for his sophisticated renditions of your favorite old standards.  Please join us before the concert for the “Delicious Combination” dinner at the Rendezvous reception and banquet facility.

 

MasterWorks IV:  "Youthful Musical Stories"
March 14, 2015
Central Auditorium, 9th & Cedar, Muscatine, IA
7:30 p.m

The winner of our annual Howe Young Artist Competition will be featured as soloist on this traditional family concert.  Over the years we are proud to have afforded many talented high school musicians the valuable experience of performing as soloist with a full symphony orchestra to the delight of our audiences.  As a special treat this year the famous Eulenspiegel Puppets Theatre Company will partner with the symphony to present the timeless children’s classic “Peter and the Wolf,” introducing four foot tall puppets fashioned especially for this performance.  This is an event that will be sure to delight youngsters as well as the young of heart.

 

MasterWorks V:  "A Perfect Ending"
April 18, 2015
Central Auditorium, 9th & Cedar, Muscatine, IA
7:30 p.m

On this unique program the emphasis will be on the grand finales of some of the most famous orchestral works ever composed.  Famous, rousing overtures as well as the repertoire’s most energetic and passionate finales will be presented during this fast-paced and thrilling symphonic joy ride.

 

   

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Charlie Chaplin at the Symphony with Dan Kamin
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For more information:
 Contact The Muscatine Symphony Orchestra at 563.288.6195  ext. 1608.
or info@muscatinesymphony.org
or MSO Personnel Manager @ keschipp@hotmail.com
or Brian Dollinger @ conductingbassist@hotmail.com