NEXT CONCERT: Friday, June 16 at Adelphi University
February 7, 2019
NORTH SHORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO PRESENT "SHALL WE DANCE?" FEATURING LI NATIVE BRANDEE YOUNGER, HARPIST EXTRAORDINAIRE
Be ready to tap your feet and swing your skirts as North Shore Symphony Orchestra and maestro Harry Marenstein present an evening of orchestral dances in the second concert of their 58th season. The supremely talented and inventive Long Island native, Brandee Younger, who grew up in Hempstead and Uniondale, is featured on harp.... read more
August 30, 2018
HARRY MARENSTEIN TAKES THE HELM OF THE NORTH SHORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The North Shore Symphony Orchestra is proud to announce the appointment of Harry Marenstein as its new music director and conductor. After a year-long search process in which candidates for the position each led one concert and associated rehearsals, Mr. Marenstein was chosen by the Board of Directors and members of the orchestra. read more...
September 15, 2017
NORTH SHORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA NEW HORIZONS COMPOSERS COMPETITION
Entering its 57th season, the North Shore Symphony Orchestra announces the second running of its competition for young composers. The New Horizons Composer Competition was established to recognize rising metropolitan New York area young composers between the ages of 18 and 30. The winner of the competition will be honored at the fourth concert of the NSSO’s 2017-2018 season on June 2, 2018, with a performance of the composition selected by the jury. Applicants to the competition must be residents of Nassau County, Suffolk County, or the 5 Boroughs of New York, or studying at an institution within these areas. read more...
May 15, 2017
North Shore Symphony Orchestra Announces Winners of the Young Artist Award Competition
Long Island's most established community orchestra is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Young Artists Award Competition. The YAAC, which began in 1993, is designed to discover and showcase talented high school musicians from Long Island. It is run every other year.
This year’s first place winner is Christian Verfenstein, a senior from Huntington Station. His mature interpretation amazed the judging panel. Second place was awarded to Alexandra Woroniecka, a freshman from Stony Brook. The YAAC also recognized two finalists: Kenta Nomura on violin, and Joanna Lau on flute. Honorable mention was given to Daniel Jones on trumpet, Daniel Ma on cello, Christine Ramirez on violin, and Katie Sierra on piccolo. read more...
April 5, 2017
North Shore Symphony Orchestra Announces Winners of Inaugural
New Horizons Composer Competition
Long Island’s most established community orchestra, North Shore Symphony Orchestra, is pleased to announce the winners of its newly created competition, The New Horizons Composer Competition. The competition, announced at the start of the 2017-2018, was created to recognize rising metropolitan New York area young composers between the ages of 18 and 30. Two outstanding works have been chosen: Aura was composed by 25-year old Suffolk County-based Alan Hankers. No Longer There, But Here, was composed by Nicholas Hall, from Nassau County. He is also 25 years old. The works will be performed by the NSSO on the June 3, 2017 concert. read more...
January 31, 2017
North Shore Symphony Orchestra Announces 2017 Young Artists Award Competition
The North Shore Symphony Orchestra, celebrating its 56th season, is pleased to announce the 2017 Young Artists Award Competition for Nassau and Suffolk High School students in grades 9-12. To qualify for the NSSO competition, students must play an orchestral instrument and enter with a movement from a standard concerto. Contestants must audition with the entire movement, and an accompanist must be furnished by the student. The winner will receive a cash prize and have an opportunity to perform as soloist with the North Shore Symphony Orchestra in concert on Saturday, June 3, 2017. read more...
October 6, 2016
North Shore Symphony Orchestra announces New Season, New Music Director
& New Horizons Competition
Under the direction of their new music director, Vlad Vizireanu, North Shore Symphony Orchestra will launch their 56th season with Verdi’s Overture to Nabucco , Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63 (with NSSO Artist-in-Residence Anton Polezhayev), and Elgar’s Enigma Variations, Op 36. Maestro Vizireanu, a much-acclaimed rising star in the conducting world, recently participated in both the Donatella Flick Conducting Competition with the London Symphony, and the renowned Mahler Conducting Competition with the Bamberg Symphony. He was awarded second prize in the 11th International Cadaqués Conducting Competition where he conducted the Cadaqués Symphony in an internationally televised concert in L’Auditori Hall, Barcelona. read more...
North Shore Symphony Orchestra announces New Horizons Composer Competition
Long Island’s most established community orchestra, North Shore Symphony Orchestra, is making a bold statement as it enters it 56th season, with the launch of a new competition for composers. The New Horizons Composer Competition has been established to recognize rising metropolitan New York area young composers between the ages of 18 and 30. The winner of competition will be honored at the fourth concert of the NSSO’s 2016-2017 season during the month of June (date TBA), with a performance of the composition selected by the jury. Applicants to the competition must be resident of Nassau County, Suffolk County, or the 5 Boroughs of New York, or studying at an institution within these areas.
September 1, 2016
North Shore Symphony Orchestra announces 2016-2017 auditions
The North Shore Symphony Orchestra has announced openings for strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion for the 2016-2017 concert season. Auditions for new orchestral members will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 15 in the Fine Arts Building at LIU Post. To schedule an audition, please call 516.252.2712 or e-mail the North Shore Symphony Orchestra at NSSOrchestra@gmail.com. read more...