Auction items are beginning to come into the CSO offices. The offerings from the many friends of the symphony are even more spectacular than those of previous years. From an Indian dinner for eight to gift certificates to hand-crafted works, the items up for the silent and live auction portion of the Affair reflect the interests and vocations of our loyal members.
Check out the items today. Items are updated as we receive them, so come back often.
Updated: May 19, 20013 7:30 AM
On June 2, 2013, the CSO again offers a free public concert for the citizens of Clinton and the surrounding areas. Riverview Park along the Clinton waterfront is the site of the concert, which begins at 6:30 pm. Friends of the symphony are encouraged to attend and bring along with them their family members and neighbors.
Musical selections cover a broad range including the light classical, Broadway, television, and motion pictures genres.
Symphony @ Riverview events in previous years have been well attended by the public in the Clinton area and from surrounding counties. To some it has become an annual social musical occasion much anticipated.
Check here for more specifics as the season progresses.
Clinton Symphony Orchestra Music Director and Conductor Brian Dollinger is currently preparing the programs for the upcoming sixtieth anniversary season of the organization. If he follows with his usual varied programming, the orchestra's music patrons are in for a another sparkling season of symphonies, concertos, suites and other concoctions from the pens of the great composers.
Be sure to check back with us during the summer for more specifics on the sprightly and invigorating repertoire contemplated for our sixtieth anniversary.
The Muscatine Symphony Orchestra under the leadership of music director and conductor Brian Dollinger offers our area two additional concerts to conclude its 2012-2013 season.
March 16: Youthful Stories features broadcast legend Don Wooten who joins the ensemble as guest narrator/speaker for a night of Haydn, O'Boyle and Saint-Saëns.
April 20: Celebrate Spring offers music by Elie/Russell, Patti, and Tchaikovsky, with the emphasis on bright, sonorous and brilliant sound.
Brian Dollinger is in his ninth season as the Music Director and Conductor for the Muscatine Symphony Orchestra. He is also the Music Director and Conductor of the Clinton Symphony Orchestra.
Mr. Dollinger has conducted the Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra, the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra, the Marion Philharmonic, Idaho Falls Symphony, and the Muncie Symphony Orchestra. His previous conducting positions have included conductor of the Illinois Wesleyan Civic Orchestra, assistant conductor of the Muncie Symphony Orchestra and the Ball State Symphony Orchestra, and Music Director of the East Central Indiana Youth Symphony Orchestra. He returns to the Northwest Indiana Symphony this March and April.
His passion for conducting, teaching, and mentoring led to six years as Music Director and Conductor of the Bradley Symphony Orchestra at Bradley University and a three-year appointment as the conductor of the Central Illinois Youth Symphony.
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