PERFORMANCES

                                               

We anticipate a three-concert season and will be making changes to accommodate for COVID-19 social distancing and other precautions in the interest of providing a safe environment for our patrons, guests and musicians. Concerts will be at Memorial Hall (December 2020) and Stringer Fine Arts at Hutchinson Community College in (February  and May 2021). As always, please check out our website www.hutchsymphony.org for most up to date information and if you are on Instagram or Facebook please find us there! 

 

Special Livestream/YouTube Event Sunday October 25th, 2020 “Playworks at the Clayworks”

We hope you have received our previous mailings and emails about our Livestream special event “Playworks at the Clayworks” on Sunday October 25th @ 3pm on our YouTube channel you can access thru our website www.hutchsymphony.org. There will be a wonderful diverse variety of music everything from Classics to Current. Many pieces arranged by our own musicians. We will be premiering ensembles from our own Symphony. They are The String Ensemble, The Woodwind Quintet, The Brass Quintet and Quatrocelli- Cello Quartet.  CLICK HERE FOR LIVESTREAM LINK

REGULAR SEASON INFORMATION

Saturday, December 5, 2020 – “A Celtic Community Christmas!”

An Evening Performance will be held at Memorial Hall in Hutchinson 

Join your Symphony for a holiday festival of music!  Winners of the Anderson Concerto Competition will be featured as soloists, and as is our holiday tradition, we have invited choirs from Hutchinson, Sterling and Nickerson High Schools to join us.  We will also welcome Kansas’ own dynamic Celtic music group, Knocknasheega!  A season of joy and celebration for everyone!

 

Saturday, February 20, 2021 – “Sound Explosions” 

Afternoon Matinee’ and an Evening Performance are scheduled at Stringer Fine Arts Center

Your Symphony celebrates Beethoven on his 250th birthday, performing music from his early, middle and late periods, capturing the full extent of his genius!  Hutchinson’s own Dr. Nick Schroeder, jazz professor at Hutchinson Community College, will blow you away with Dreaming of the Masters, a concerto for jazz trumpet and orchestra.  And finally, some of the best in contemporary symphonic music from two phenomenal film scores – Titanic and Star Wars!  

 

Saturday, May 8, 2021 – Spring Returns – Copland and Tchaikovsky!”

Afternoon Matinee’ and an Evening Performance are scheduled at Stringer Fine Arts Center

Dr. Timothy Jones, violin professor at Wichita State University, joins your Symphony in Tchaikovsky’s rejuvenating Violin Concerto!  Also on the program is Aaron Copland’s brilliantly original and dynamic Appalachian Spring, a work celebrating the greatness of American diversity and the boundless promise that is the American experiment.  Two fantastic pieces for the price of one!  

You can always reach us at info@hutchsymphony.org or call our President Dianne Blick at 620.960.6503.

We look forward to sharing this wonderful music with you!