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

Updated COVID-19 Policy

Please note, all patrons must provide proof of vaccination or negative COVID test within 48 hours of the performance. Children under 12 are exempt. Status will be checked at the entrance upon arrival. Masks will be required for everyone while inside the building. No refunds will be given for failure to provide proof of vaccination or negative test results. Click here for more information.
NEW AND NOTEWORTHY

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.

Electric Jam Night @ Buzzbin

September 21, 2021 | 9:00PM | FREE

This unique concert experience will invite instrumentalists on stage to join two CSO musicians for a jam session! Not ready to hop on stage? No problem! Listening to it all come together will be just as enjoyable. Buzzbin offers an expansive selection of locally crafted beer and a casual environment. 

Symphony Uncorked - String Trio

September 28, 2021 | 7:00PM

Come listen to the music of a viola, cello, and double bass as you enjoy a glass of wine in Gervasi Vineyard’s open air Pavilion. Canton Symphony Orchestra musicians Matt Ross (viola), Will Teegarden (cello) and Thomas White (double bass) will play a variety of solos, duets and trios and show off this different type of string trio to the audience.

Spirited Conversations - Margaret Brouwer

October 7, 2021 | 5:30PM

This award-winning composer has earned critical accolades for her music’s lyricism, musical imagery, and emotional power. Listen to Brouwer speak about her music and what life has been like as part of the industry.

The Season Overture

October 10, 2021 | 7:30PM

By definition, an “overture” is the first movement of a composition or suite that introduces the listener to an overall theme, building tension and drama as the audience anticipates what is to come. The first concert of the season will reintroduce our audience to Umstattd Hall after being away for so long, programmed to build hope and joy as live music continues to bounce back across the country. To say we are thrilled would be an understatement.

Shelby Olive - Divergent Sounds

October 21, 2021 | 7:30PM

Singer and songwriter Shelby Olive joins musicians of Canton Symphony Orchestra as part of our Divergent Sounds series. Originally slated for 2020, we are ecstatic to welcome Shelby back to Foundation Hall for an incredible performance.

Prelude for Strings

November 14, 2021 | 7:30PM

Twenty-five years young but already a widely acclaimed force to be reckoned with, composer Quinn Mason makes his Umstattd Hall and Canton Symphony Orchestra debuts. Mason already has over ten major orchestral compositions to his name, and his music has been performed by such orchestras as the Dallas and Utah Symphonies, among many others. His delightful Irish Dance Suite takes its inspiration from the folk music of Ireland and the string orchestra suites of Gustav Holst.

A Band Named Ashes - Divergent Sounds

November 18, 2021 | 7:30PM

A Band Named Ashes is an American progressive folk band from Akron, Ohio and will perform for the first time with Canton Symphony on November 18th. We are incredibly excited to welcome them into our hall!
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
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Canton Symphony Chorus
The Chorus rehearses weekly from late August through April under the direction of Dr. Britt Cooper.
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