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The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra announces its 75th anniversary season since its founding in 1946 by Emeritus Music Director, Victor Norman.
The Trombones of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra gave a live performance in the McCourt 9/11 Memorial Garden of the Lyman Allyn Art Museum.
Working with Miranda Creative for branding and website development, the ECSO announces the roll-out of its new website. Additionally, Critical Signs updated the office signage with the new branding.
To close out the summer season, we partnered with the Block Island Chamber of Commerce for a beautiful evening concert at the Sullivan House.
We kicked off the summer season with a beautiful outdoor concert gala at Stonington Vineyards and we couldn’t imagine it being any better! Music Director & Conductor, Toshiyuki Shimada led 40 ECSO musicians in works by several composers including Leonard Bernstein, John Williams, and Edward Elgar. Local favorite and renowned soprano, Sarah Yanovitch Vitale, swooned the crowd with her amazing voice on select pieces…
The ECSO 2020 Dining Passports are valid until December 31, 2021. If you purchased a Passport during the 19-20 season, you still have a chance to redeem at participating restaurants. Download the Dining Passport insert to see which restaurants have extended this offer. If you would like to purchase a Passport, there is still time! […]
A year ago today, we were preparing for our concert with Grammy Award winning guitarist, Jason Vieaux, when the state of Connecticut and the Governor declared a state of emergency and barred gatherings of 250 people or more.
Check out the latest videos from the ECSO’s YouTube channel.
ECSO virtual holiday greeting – Sleigh Ride
As the ECSO continues to adapt to changing circumstances, we wanted to bring some holiday cheer to our community with this at-home performance of Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Ride!
Plot the Course
The global pandemic has led us to reinvent the way we reach our audiences around the region. Check out this video of all the things we’ve done since March 2020.