The Canton Symphony Chorus joins the stage with the Canton Symphony Orchestra for a night of both choral pieces from Johannes Brahms and Antonín Dvorák. This concert, full of romantic era composers, features works by the great opera writing Richard Wagner, as well as the famous “Triumphant March” from Verdi’s opera Aida.

Concert Prelude with Assistant Conductor Matthew Jenkins Jaroszewicz starts at 6:30pm


Richard Wagner               Rienzi: Overture
Antonin Dvorák               Te Deum, Op. 103
Felix Mendelssohn         Märchen von der schonen Melusine, Op. 32                                                      (The Fair Melusina)

Johannes Brahms           Nänie, Op. 82

Giuseppe Verdi               Aida: Triumphal March & Ballet Music


$28 / $38 / $48
Student Tickets (18+ with ID): $10
Student RUSH (18+ with ID): FREE! Available at box office one hour prior to concert
Children 17 and under: Free!
* Children’s tickets available over the phone or at the box office*
Box Office, 330-452-2094


Gabrielle Haigh, soprano

Mikhail Smigelski, baritone


W. Henry Hoover Foundation

Fisher-Renkert Foundation