The Woodlands Symphony is busy revising how players sit on stage and how audiences enjoy concerts with fun new distancing seating that will be surprisingly fun. We can’t tell you what they are right now but we can tell you, the WSO will make everyone feel safe while we continue to bring you live concerts.

As we wait for more direction from local governments, the Woodlands Area Youth Symphony is having rehearsals right now for an October concert. Many WSO members will assist the young musicians in a program that educates and entertains. We will also feature soloists from WAYS from our first competition we held last season.

Of course turnabout is fair play and in December, the WAYS students will join the Woodlands Symphony for their annual free Christmas Concert.

As our theme for Season Seven states we are in the midst of a transformation. We hope to actually perform Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis in an early 2021 concert. Below and on the other Season pages, you will see some of the previous concerts the WSO has performed to remind you, we are an innovative group of musicians. We will come out of COVID and 2020 with something very different. The future of the symphony orchestra starts now!

2019 at the Glade Arts Center

Enjoy elegant classical music AND cutting edge cross-over concerts with The Woodlands Symphony Orchestra, Darryl Bayer Artistic Director. The success of the 2018 Chamber Series has launched this bigger, bolder collection of ensembles such as Legacy Baroque, The Woodlands Jazz Orchestra and Opera Heroes. Presenting the 2019 Master Works Series.

Saturday, March 23 – Symphony Swings

The Woodlands Jazz Orchestra plays big band favorites, jazz standards and some surprise symphonic selections for you to listen, tap your toes or get up and dance!

Friday, April 26 – Opera Heroes

The Woodlands hometown singing celebrities Ian Ramirez and Kelley Peters serenade and swoon the audience in anticipation of the WSO Season Finale: Opera Heroes. Enjoy classical, romantic and modern arias from Mozart to Bizet, Rossini to Puccini, and Gershwin to Bernstein.

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