A note from Sinfonia Artistic Director Jay Fishman, and Board President Tina Enberg
Dear Friends and Supporters,
Our greetings, and we are thrilled to welcome you to our 34th annual Winter Concert Series! This will be a great set of concerts featuring incredible soloists and a marvelous variety of terrific repertoire. Music by Beethoven and Mozart will be mixed with a tremendous symphony by Louise Farrenc and an amazing overture to Scott Joplin’s third opera, Treemonisha. As always, we will be joined by internationally acclaimed soloists. Check out the schedule and make plans to join us! With gratitude and many thanks to your generous support, all Sinfonia concerts remain free of admission charges – and of course, bring the kids!
Do you ever wonder what the Sinfonia’s Music in the Schools (MIS) is really like, especially with all the problems caused by COVID? Now you too can experience the wonders of the Sinfonia’s work in our schools, but via video. Just click here and see for yourselves what Music in the Schools is all about!
We are planning to go into the schools later this year and play live concerts for the students. If COVID prevents this, we will create a second video production – Water: Our Most Precious Resource – similar in scope and approach as The Magical Mysteries of Math and Music. This, like all MIS programs, is created based on state academic standards and uses the Sinfonia’s live (or, as needed, video) performances of great concert music to encourage and inspire students in their academics. As with our public concerts, we give MIS (and/or the videos) to students and schools as part of our commitment to community service. Please help us with a generous financial contribution, so we can continue serving thousands of our community’s children.
See you at the upcoming concerts!
President, Board of Directors