Join us for Beethoven at 250, celebrating Beethoven’s birthday with some of his most beloved works, including Symphony No. 3. Featuring Dr. Steve Hyman, 1st MPO concerto competition winner, soloing on Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4. Adults $20, Seniors (age 65 and up) $15, Students (age 13 and up) $10, young students (12 and under)…
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The Marion Philharmonic Woodwind Quartet features the principal woodwind players of the orchestra. You’ll love this special, more intimate evening of music. We’ll hold the performance atrium of The Abbey Coffee.
This concert features music from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons. Violin soloist is Richard Lin, gold medalist of the 10th Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. Adults $20, Seniors 65 and up $15, Students 13 and up $10, students 12 and under no admission charge. Season Tickets available $50.
Competition for high school and collegiate musicians presented by the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra.
Join us for music from your favorite Christmas movies. You’ll hear songs from Polar Express, It’s A Wonderful Life, and The Grinch. Tonight’s concert also features select youth of Grant County. Adults $20, Seniors (65 and over) $15, Students (age 13 and over) $10, Students (12 and under) no admission charge. Season tickets available $50.
The Marion Philharmonic String Ensemble is a string quartet and harp, featuring Maestro Matthew Kraemer on 1st Violin and Executive Director Joy Frecker on Harp. You’ll love this special, more intimate evening of music. We’ll hold the performance in the Museum portion of the Marion Public Library.
Join us for a Sci-Fi Spectacular featuring music from the Star Wars saga, Star Trek Into Darkness, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Back to the Future, and more.Adults $20, Seniors (age 65 and up) $15, Students (age 13 and up) $10, young students (12 and under) no admission charge. Season Tickets $50 also available.
Presented by the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra, this concert is open to the public and free of charge. Nearly 100 musicians will perform, presented in collaboration with Taylor and IWU Symphony Orchestras. This concert is designed to teach, inspire and entertain children of all ages.
Since it began in 1969, the MPO has evolved from a group of local musicians and students into a professional symphony with artistic and educational initiatives that provide the framework for each season. The longevity of an orchestra with such high artistic standards is truly remarkable for a community of our size. More than 45…