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April 20 & 21

A Majestic World Premiere: A world premiere from GRAMMY nominated Jonathan Leshnoff. His new oratorio Saul features soloists Cooper Nolan, tenor, and Andrew Gangestad, bass, with The Susquehanna Chorale and The Messiah University Concert Choir and Choral Arts Society, telling the dramatic and tragic story of Saul, the first ruler of Israel. The program opens with a gem of the classical repertoire, the ebullient eighth symphony of Beethoven.

Purchase online or call our Box Office at 717-545-5598

A Cultural Jewel of the Region

The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra presents a dynamic array of classical and contemporary music. Its 75 world-class musicians are led by Tony Award-winning conductor, Stuart Malina. Along with educational programs for audiences of all ages, the Symphony provides distinctive entertainment and enrichment experiences for all of central Pennsylvania.

Wide shot of the orchestra and audience in the Forum.

Your Gift is Instrumental!

Your support of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra keeps the cultural jewel of our region shining. There are a number of ways you can keep the music playing—contribute to the Symphony Fund, sponsor a concert, establish an endowment, or make a planned gift.

Students playing in the orchestra.

Promoting Music for All

The Harrisburg Symphony delivers dynamic educational initiatives to inspire learning and instill the foundation for life-long appreciation of music. HSO enriches students of all ages and ability levels through training ensembles, interactive programs, and live performances.

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