Syracuse Symphony Orchestra Announces New Season

contributed to the success of the SSO in its formative years but also

became a game-changer for orchestras across the country

Guest Artists:

* Olga Kern, piano - October 1-2, 2010: Solid Gold

* Yeol Eum Son, piano - October 8-9, 2010: Mozart and Merriment

o Both Kern and Son are Van Cliburn Competition medalists. Kern

has had previous successful performances with the SSO

* Augustin Hadelich, violin - October 29-30, 2010: The

Three-Cornered Hat

o Performed with the SSO in his early career, now becoming a

popular violin soloist around the world

* Eliot Fisk, guitar - March 25-26, 2011: Fisk and Falletta

o Jamesville-DeWitt high school graduate, has been popular with

SSO audiences

* Syracuse University Oratorio Society - November 5-6, 2010:

Brahms's Chroal Masterpiece

o SUOS has long-time partnership with the SSO and performs nearly

every season


* Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor - October 1-2,

2010: Solid Gold

o Olga Kern's competition winning piece

o First concert of the new season

* Bartok, Miraculous Mandarin Suite - February 4-5, 2011: Beyond

the Score Miraculous Mandarin Suite

o Looking to the future with a different, more engaging

concert-going experience

o A multi-media event

* Beethoven, Symphony No. 6 in F Major - March 4-5, 2011:

Beethoven's Pastorale

o A traditional favorite of SSO audiences

* Berlioz, Symphonie fantastique - May 20-21, 2011: Fantastic


o Orchestral feature that showcases the unity and brilliance of

the orchestra

o Also on this program is Wagner's Prelude to Die Meistersinger,

which was performed on the very first concert in 1961

M&T Bank Pops Series

1) A Day in the Life...The Three Phantoms Return: September 24-25,


o Featuring: Ted Keegan, Watertown native, played the role of the

Phantom a few years ago when Phantom of the Opera came to the Civic

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