To Our Loyal NSSO Supporters,
It's with deep regret that must announce that we have no choice other than to cancel the remainder of the season, as most arts organizations have been forced to do. This decision is a painful one, but has to be made given the circumstances in the region and throughout the world.
Despite the uncertainty we currently live with, we know that we will be together again someday, and that is something I dearly look forward to. Although we have not been able to determine dates yet, we are actively planning our repertoire for 2020-21.
We hope to resurrect the repertoire from this season's lost concerts. We plan to work with Spot-On Entertainment in "The Magical Music of Oz," as well as with mezzo-soprano Teresa Buchholz in Elgar's "Sea Pictures." The new season will also feature the winner of our New Horizons Composers Cmpetition and our Young Artists Competition winner. We also look forward to presenting Beethoven's "Consecration of the House" Overture as well as his Fifth Symphony, among other works.
If you aren’t already following NSSO, please do! We want to stay connected during our time apart!
All my best,
Harry J. Marenstein
Music Director and Conductor
North Shore Symphony Orchestra
NSSO concerts are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Huntington Arts Council, Inc.
Additional funding is provided through corporate sponsorship and individual contributions.