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2017-2018 —32nd Season of
The Beaufort Symphony Orchestra

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All American Pops
The Music of Gould, Sousa, & Hayman

  • February 15, 2018 (Thursday) 7:30 PM
  • February 18, 2018 (Sunday) 4:00 PM

Cherishing Tchaikovsky
Violin Concerto & Symphony No. 5
Tamas Kocsis: Soloist

  • May 17, 2018 (Thursday) 7:30 PM
  • May 20, 2018 (Sunday) 4:00 PM

Program subject to change.

Details of all concerts will be posted on our BLOG.

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Previous Concerts this Season

Beloved Beethoven
Piano Concerto No. 4
Reed Tetzloff: Pianist
Symphony No. 7

  • October 12, 2017 (Thursday) 7:30 PM
  • October 15, 2017 (Sunday) 4:00 PM

In the Mood for the Holidays
Nutcracker Suite & Holiday Pops

  • December 14, 2017 (Thursday) 7:30 PM
  • December 17, 2017 (Sunday) 4:00 PM

Read about our amazing concerts at our Blog

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After another great concert year we are now looking forward to our 2017-2018 season with renewed enthusiasm for “Keeping the Music Live!” for the Beaufort community and anticipation for the exciting programs of the new concert year.

The season opens with a very special treat “Beloved Beethoven” with young Reed Tetzloff as our soloist playing Bethoven's Piano Concerto No.4 followed by the orchestra playing his Symphony No. 7. Our holiday concert, “In the Mood for the Holidays,” includes The Nutcracker Suite and a delightful mix of Holiday Pops. Our Spring concert, “All American Pops” will salute music from Glenn Gould, John Phillip Sousa and Richard Hayman. Last, but not least, our final concert “Cherishing Tchaikovsky” will feature favorite Tamas Kocsis as guest soloist playing Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto & Symphony No. 5.

If you are looking forward to this superb new series as much as we are, please consider making an additional donation as a member of our Conductor's Circle. Ticket sales account for less than half of the orchestra's annual revenue. For the remaining operating expenses we must rely upon the generosity of supporters like you to keep our musicians on stage. The tiered levels of giving and their associated benefits are listed on the subscription form you may download at right. As always, our donors are prominently recognized in all our programs throughout the season.

There are also other ways to support your Beaufort Symphony Orchestra and our 50-member Beaufort Symphony Youth Orchestra. You can make and Annual Campaign donation of any amount to our General Fund. Or join our Symphony Chair Society and be recognized as the sponsor of the musician of your choice for 12 months. Or become a Guest Artist Sponsor by underwriting the appearance of a guest artist at a concert. For more information on these programs of giving and how you can help us “Keep the Music Live!” please go to our donation page. Your gift will be tax deductible and may qualify for a Matching Grant from your employer.

In closing, if you are a current supporter, we thank you so very much for your past contributions and hope you will continue your support by subscribing and donating to our 2016-2017 season. If you have not yet had the opportunity to become a subscriber and donor we invite you to complete the enclosed form and become a member of our Beaufort Symphony Orchestra family. Please return your form no later than September 1 to be included in the donor recognition section of our season programs.

Purchase or renew your Season Subscription to The Beaufort Symphony Orchestra for 2016-2017. By doing so, you ensure that your seat will be waiting for you. All seats will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. The Beaufort Symphony has been hailed as one of the best small orchestras in the United States. We know you agree! Come join us as we continue to "Keep the Music Live"!

Together we can keep our musicians on stage, allow our stellar Music Director to create new and exciting programs for our enjoyment and nurture the young talent that is Beaufort's treasured musical future.

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