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October 12 & 13, 2022
 

Join the Canton Symphony Orchestra in a journey through Mussorgsky’s classic: Pictures at an Exhibition. How did Mussorgsky compose a piece influenced by visual art and how might we create our own art influenced by this music? Learn about the orchestra through this colorful classic and see art come to life on the stage!

Thursday, October 20th | 7:30PM

Hailing from Akron, Indré’s satisfying blend of influences can be heard in their unique sound. Formed in Northeast Ohio, Indré’s sonically satisfying blend of influences can be heard in their relatable songs and lively on-stage spirit. They welcome anyone into their “Band Fam.” Indré is a band to watch this year with exciting releases and announcements on the horizon. 

Sunday, October 30th | 7:00PM

Internationally recognized pianist Michelle Cann will be featured on Florence Price’s Piano Concerto in One Movement. Price was the first Black woman to have a work performed by an American orchestra. On this concert, Price’s concerto will be played alongside works by Franck, Strauss, and the ever-popular Tchaikovsky.

September 16-20, 2022
 
Rachel Barton Pine’s passionate playing will shine during Sibelius’ Violin Concerto. Ms. Pine is known for her dazzling technique, lustrous tone, and infectious joy. The second half of the performance features Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky. This work, originally based on pictures by artist Viktor Hartmann, will include all-new visuals in collaboration with the Canton Museum of Art and the Massillon Museum. Pictures from their own collections will be curated to enhance the music.
Tuesday, December 6th | 7:00PM
 

Symphony Uncorked returns to the Villa Grande ballroom for a holiday- themed concert performed by Canton Symphony Orchestra musicians Nancy
Paterson (harp) and Jenny Robinson (flute). Listeners will get cozy with some holiday favorites, classical tunes, and a few new surprises!