Welcome to The Beaufort Symphony Orchestra
The Beaufort Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
Post Office Box 504
Beaufort, SC 29901
The Beaufort Symphony Orchestra made its debut in 1986 with 14 founding members. It has blossomed into a full symphony orchestra consisting of more than 50 professional musicians. (More History) Maestro Fred Devyatkin of Savannah, Georgia, conductor since 1992, has delighted audiences with an array of music ranging from serious classical to current entertainment favorites. (See Schedule)
Our fundraiser book, Beautiful Beaufort, will be on sale at all concerts this season. SEE BELOW Cash, checks, and credit cards accepted.
Performances are held at University of South Carolina Beaufort Center for the Arts, 801 Carteret Street, Beaufort, SC. Click here for seating arrangements at the Center.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and may be purchased for individual concerts online at TIX.com, or by calling 1(800)595-4849.
If you are unable to use your season tickets for a concert or wish to change the concert you attend, please call Sue at (843)812-0183, so that we may reapply and/or resell the tickets. Remember, all seats for both Thursday nights and Sunday afternoons are reserved.
Click here to download the 2013-14 mail-in form to order Season Tickets.
Season Ticket sales address: Orchestra Tickets, P.O. Box 504, Beaufort, SC 29901.
Also under the direction of Fred Devyatkin, the Beaufort Symphony Youth Orchestra was formed in the spring of 2000 and plays a full concert schedule. Auditions are usually held twice a year. Go to the BSYO page for more information.
The Orchestra, the Board of Directors and its supporting League are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The mission of the Beaufort Symphony Orchestra is to provide performances and performance opportunity to the community of Beaufort, South Carolina.
“Keep the Music Live!”
You Will Want This Book!
BEAUTIFUL BEAUFORT, Pearl of the South
Fundraiser for both Orchestras (BSO & BSYO)
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