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Star-Crossed Lovers, March 5

The story of star-crossed lovers, across the ages, across the continents. First, Concertmaster Linda Hsu solos on The Butterfly Lovers violin concerto, THE most famous piece of music in China, based on a legend also known as ‘the Chinese Romeo and Juliet.’ Then, guest performers from The Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre and Arkansas Festival Ballet join […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Coming Up Next|0 Comments

… Steffin Medina?

Steffin comes from the suburbs of Dallas in Flower Mound, Tex., and is currently studying music performance in the trombone studio under UCA professor Justin Cook. Steffin co-founded one of the premier brass ensembles in Central Arkansas, Penultimate Brass. The group (pictured above, Steffin on the far left), is comprised of some of UCA’s finest […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Have You Met|0 Comments

…that we have a FREE children’s event on Feb. 27?

Join us on Saturday, Feb. 27, 10:00am at the Faulkner Co Library for a FREE children’s event, CSO for Kids! We’ll have some fun music from our brass and string groups, Romeo and Juliet-themed crafts in celebration of our upcoming concert, and best of all, a chance to ‘meet the instruments!’ And did we mention […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Did You Know|0 Comments

Designer House 2016 is coming!

We are excited to announce that the CSO volunteer Guild is in the planning stages for another fabulous event, Designer House 2016. This year’s event will be better than ever – rather than just being able to see the work of the designers in one house, you’ll be able to learn how they do what […]

By |January 15th, 2016|Did You Know|0 Comments

Carolyn Brown?

Flute player Carolyn Brown must have a closet full of all the hats she wears! She is a full professor at UCA, principal flute of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and Conway Symphony Orchestra, a member of the performance ensembles Dionysus Duo and the Sunaura Trio, a CSO Board member, and former Board president. Dr. Brown is a […]

By |January 15th, 2016|Have You Met|0 Comments

Liverpool Legends join the CSO for one night only!

The internationally-recognized, Grammy award-winning group The Liverpool Legends are coming to Conway! Not only will this Fab Four – whose members are personally selected by Louise Harrison, George’s sister – be performing all the timeless hits of the Beatles, they will be backed by the full orchestra. With lights, sets, costuming and talented musicianship, you’ll […]

By |January 15th, 2016|Coming Up Next|0 Comments

Carrick Patterson

Carrick is one of just a few community musicians in the orchestra, in that space between ‘not a student’ and ‘not (yet) a professional.’ A retired advertising executive/publisher from Little Rock, he has discovered a new life’s journey in playing the cello, and spends much of his time during the summer break traveling for music […]

By |November 24th, 2015|Have You Met|0 Comments

Nutcracker Sweets

…that the CSO Guild hosts children’s activities at Nutcracker Sweets, immediately before the holiday concert? Join us Saturday, Dec. 5 at 6:15pm for cookies and punch, crafts, Nutcracker stories, and a chance to meet the ballerinas, and the Maestro! Nutcracker Sweets is right next door to Reynolds Performance Hall, in Brewer-Hegeman Conference Center on the […]

By |November 24th, 2015|Did You Know|1 Comment

‘Tis the Season

Don’t miss this community favorite, as dancers from the Arkansas Festival Ballet take the stage with the CSO for highlights of The Nutcracker, plus festive holiday tunes, featured performances with the Voices of Central Arkansas, Hornaments, and more! Bring your camera to snap a photo with Santa, and get ready to ring in the season […]

By |November 24th, 2015|Coming Up Next|0 Comments

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By |July 11th, 2015|News|0 Comments