Suburban Soloists and Schubert's "The Great"
Sunday, October 6 3:30pm
Led by Music Director Domenico Boyagian, the orchestra opens its dynamic 65th season with Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 “The Great” and brass concertos showcasing its own members.
A Concert for the whole family!
Sunday, December 8 3:00pm
Suburban Symphony Orchestra performs a concert for all ages to enjoy as part of the Silver Hall Concert Series at the Maltz Performing Arts Center. Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite is a series of fairy tales set to music and kids will love “The Composer is Dead” as they learn about the orchestra in this humorous, narrated “whodunnit”, based on the children’s mystery novel by Lemony Snicket. The performance will be conducted by our own Music Director, Domenico Boyagian.
Guest Narrator: Linn Obery
See the Mother Goose Suite come to life! The artwork of the talented students of Canterbury Elementary School will be projected on the screen as the orchestra plays!
Annual Young Soloists Concerto Competition Concert
Sunday, February 16 3:30pm
Suburban Symphony Orchestra is proud to give performing opportunities to talented young players ages 12-17 who audition for the chance to play with a full symphony orchestra. Following our young performers, Suburban Symphony will play the “Pastoral” Symphony,” Beethoven’s expression of emotions aroused by the countryside. The concert will be conducted by Music Director Domenico Boyagian.
Guest Conductor Carl Topilow Conducts Dvorak
Sunday, April 5 3:30pm
Embrace your inner Czech with Dvorak’s energetic and tuneful 8th Symphony conducted Maestro Carl Topilow, Music Director of The Cleveland Pops. This concert also features Cleveland Institute of Music Violinist James Thompson performing Bruch’s popular violin concerto.
A concert which celebrates community
Sunday, May 17 3:30pm
Music Director Domenico Boyagian will lead more than 100 community members in this final concert. Suburban Symphony Orchestra and the choirs of First Baptist Church and Fairmount Presbyterian bring their talents and love for music together in this community project. Inside the beautiful First Baptist Church of Greater Cleveland, you will hear Faure’s glorious Requiem performed with symphony, chorus, and vocal soloists.