Canton Symphony returns, in full force, to Umstattd Hall.

Season 2 is here!

Orchestrating Change, Season 2 will begin releasing every Friday at 1:00pm starting June 4th, 2021. This podcasts facilitates conversations with professionals in the music, entertainment, and education fields to tackle issues that need addressed within the orchestral and classical music communities.

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Concert at Jackson Amphitheater

August 22, 2021 @ 7:30PM | Doors open @ 5:30PM

Orchestral music in film comprises of a number of instrumental or choral pieces, timed to begin and end at specific points to enhance the dramatic narrative. Join us as we tell stories through the medium of sound.

Summer Serenades is BACK!

Please join us for this collaborative series from the Canton Symphony Orchestra and Stark Parks.

What better way to celebrate 50 years of our parks than to combine the spontaneous sounds of nature with the orchestrated sounds of music!

Symphony Uncorked - String Trio

Enjoy the sounds of a string trio while having a glass of wine in our open air Pavilion. Canton Symphony Orchestra musicians Sam Petrey (violin), Laura Kuennen-Poper (viola) and Mingyao Zhao (cello) will play a variety of solos, duets and trios and share a bit about themselves with the audience.

Music at Beech Creek Gardens

Immerse yourself in nature at Beech Creek Botanical Garden while enjoying the sounds of live orchestral musicians. As guests walk the grounds, they will have the chance to engage with interactive educational activities and stumble across live musicians in various areas of the gardens. Guests can walk and engage at their own pace while enjoying nature and music together.

Symphony in the Garden

Enjoy a relaxing evening in the Pegasus Farm Garden. Bring a blanket, a picnic and listen to the melodic sounds of a string quartet from the Canton Symphony.


Three educational concerts for children ages 3-6

This series of trio performances introduces students to the world of the orchestra in a fun, interactive and musical way. Each trio performance is programmed around a children’s story book and features a different instrument family (string, brass and woodwind) performing a variety of orchestral repertoire.

Viewing the performance is free. Sign-up by clicking the button below.


This series of informative lectures will provide more insight 
into the music we know, love, and previously left undiscovered. Episodes released every Friday.

We have NEW merch!

You can now represent Canton Symphony Orchestra in a multitude of ways.

On our website, you can now order laptop/vehicle stickers and refrigerator magnets! But, that is not all… we still have PLENTY of CSO Face Masks, and Divergent Sounds Pins available for sale! We have something for everyone.

By the way, you get a free magnet with every purchase!

Our work is not limited to the stage. As a non profit organization, it is our duty to provide programming to those who stand to benefit from it. We are constantly investing back into the community.
Canton Symphony Chorus
The Chorus rehearses weekly from late August through April under the direction of Dr. Britt Cooper.
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