ECSO’s 75th anniversary season
Saturday, Oct. 23@ 7:30 PM
We kick off the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra’s 75th anniversary season and celebrate the return to the Garde Arts Center. Music Director & Conductor Toshiyuki Shimada leads the full orchestra.
Saturday, Nov. 20@ 7:30 PM
Front-line workers join the ECSO as special guests as we continue our 75th anniversary season.
Saturday, Jan. 22@ 7:30 PM
Igor Pikayzen performs Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1 at the first concert of 2022.
Saturday, Feb. 19@ 7:30 PM
The world premiere of Butch Rovan’s Scattering, a piece for orchestra and electronics. United States Coast Guard Band member, Joshua Thomas, joins the ECSO as soloist.
Saturday, Mar. 19@ 7:30 PM
GRAMMY Award winning guitarist, Jason Vieaux performs Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez as the ECSO welcomes spring.
Saturday, May 7@ 7:30 PM
To festively conclude this milestone season, the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Chorus, joins the orchestra under Music Director & Conductor Toshiyuki Shimada to present the glorious finale of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony,
In order to safely celebrate our 75th anniversary season, we are implementing new concert attendance guidelines. All audience members will need to provide proof of a full course of vaccination for COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours from the start of the concert. Masks will be required.
Whether you’re renewing or purchasing a subscription for the first time, our subscriber family is an important sustaining force to the ECSO, and we invite you to join us.
A group of 10 or more from your workplace or friend group can apply for our group discount of 10% off the total of your tickets.
The ECSO is pleased to offer $12 tickets to patrons under 40 years of age! During checkout, look for the drop down menu on the Garde Arts Center’s website.
The ECSO is pleased to offer $12 tickets to active military and veteran patrons as a thank you for their service!