Concordia Symphony Orchestra

The Concordia Symphony Orchestra presents three concerts annually featuring symphonies, concertos, and overtures from the traditional orchestral repertoire. The concert season showcases guest soloists as well as the full orchestra. The Orchestra's principal conductor is David Hoyt. The 2015-2016 Season is as follows:

  • Orchestra Fire Works. Bethel Lutheran Church (Sherwood Park). Sunday, November 1st at 2 pm.
  • Schumann, Shakespeare and Schlosser, with guest,
    Milton Schlosser. Sunday, January 31st, 2016
    at 2 pm location
    Robert Tegler Student Centre
  • Schumann, Shakespeare and Schlosser, with guest,
    Milton Schlosser. Sunday, February 7th, 2016
    at 2 pm at the
    Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performance Centre, Camrose.
  • Voicestra. Friday, April 22nd at 7:30 pm.
    Robert Tegler Student Centre.

The Concordia Symphony Orchestra was founded in the fall of 1988 by Dr. Barry Bromley and bassoonist Don Zoell. They recognized the need for a community orchestra to encourage the participation of well-trained amateurs and former professional musicians whose commitment was to play a classical repertoire.  Concordia enthusiastically supported this endeavour by promoting the orchestra’s vision and providing the rehearsal and performance facilities. Concerts have featured promising young student musicians as well as players within the orchestra’s own ranks and a few professional musicians in solo performance. The orchestra continues to grow in strength, maturity and commitment; enthusiasm for its ideals has not waned. Repertoire now ranges from the Baroque to contemporary Canadian music.

The CSO welcomes auditions from the community and students alike. Please contact David Hoyt at for an audition or Mireille Rijavec at (780)479-9355 or for more information.

CSO 2015-16 season details
CSO 2015-16 registration form fillable

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