Hear Fauré’s glorious Requiem performed by more than 100 community members! The Suburban Symphony Orchestra, led by the Music Director Domenico Boyagian, will join forces with the choir of First Baptist Church and acclaimed vocal soloists Young-Kwang Yoo and Megan Santora. Learn more... appreciate more! --> Join us for a special pre-concert lecture at 2:45pm led by David Rothenberg, music history faculty and Chair of the Department of Music at Case Western Reserve University. Can't make it in person?!.. Follow our Live Stream from our official Facebook Page and Youtube Channel! Learn more about SUBURBAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Suburban Symphony Orchestra occupies a unique position in the rich musical community in Northeast Ohio. In a city alive with music making, Suburban bridges the gap between the area’s renowned professional organizations and its many volunteer ensembles. The orchestra, based at Beachwood High School, has built a solid community following over the past 65 years, presenting five free concerts throughout the season. A number of the orchestra’s members are music professionals. Other members are well-trained volunteer musicians with chosen vocations in other fields ranging from medicine to education. Maestro Domenico Boyagian was appointed as Music Director of Suburban Symphony Orchestra in 2018, following the long tenures of Robert C. Weiskopf, and Martin Kessler. Mr. Boyagian is the Music Director of Cleveland Opera Theater. In addition to local appearances, he has conducted across the United States. In recognition of his talent, Boyagian was named “one of ten most successful Italians in the U.S.” by the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce in New York City and is a “Most Distinguished Artist” grant recipient from the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture in Cleveland. The Suburban Symphony Orchestra is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture and by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio legislature to the Ohio Arts Council.
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