Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra
32 Court Street - Suite 1 , P.O. Box 3174

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Opening Night! Let's Paint the Town Silver!
Saturday, September 29, 2018, 7:30PM

Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

Peter Boyer’s exuberant Silver Fanfare with its regal pronouncement, sets a glittery tone for this very special opening night as Steven Karidoyanes begins his 25th year as conductor of the Phil! Add some blue, or rather blues, with William Grant Still’s jazzy, popular Symphony No. 1, the first symphony composed by an African American to be performed by a major orchestra. Hues of emotions reflect across its four movements: longing for love, sorrowing in life, celebrating freedom, and glorifying righteousness. Our blue(sy) palette overflows with Leonard Bernstein’s boisterous Overture to the Broadway musical, Wonderful Town and George Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F. Pianist Michael Chertock joins the Phil for this lively piece that Gershwin describes as having the Charleston rhythm, American blues, and energetic ragtime!

                  Pre-Concert Cocktail Party: 6pm 

 Pilgrim Hall Museum: hors d'oeuvres & cash bar - $20

                                                    Pre-Concert Talk with Maestro Karidoyanes: 6:30pm

                                Memorial Hall - Free with ticket


Greeks & Others Bearing Gifts 
Saturday, October 27, 2018, 7:30PM

Plymouth North High School Performing Arts Center, Plymouth, MA

Some truly special gifts! Conductor Steven Karidoyanes wrote his symphonic dance, YerakÍna: Dionysian Dance for Orchestra for the Pittsburgh Symphony’s 2006 European Tour. This encore premiered in Patras, Greece, and inspired audience enthusiasm with its homage to one of the best known folk songs and dances in modern Greek culture! From the first note of Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor, soloist SooBeen Lee bursts into a melodic maelstrom, beckoning the orchestra to join, casting a grand, playfully hypnotic contrast. Instantly popular from its first premiere in Vienna, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 is a work of ground-breaking art. This achingly beautiful symphony has sparked endless speculation as to its inspiration—truly a gift that keeps on giving!

 Pre-Concert Talk with Maestro Karidoyanes: 6:30pm 

            Plymouth North High School Performing Arts Center-                                                                                        Free with ticket

                                                    Post-Concert Cocktail Party

                                     Plymouth CAL -Wine, dessert, coffee. - $10

Holiday Pops!
                   Saturday, December 8, 2018, 3PM and 7:30PM S
unday, December 9, 2018, 3PM 

 Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

Deck the halls with holiday hues! Soprano Kristen Watson joins our festivities with holiday classics including O Holy Night, White Christmas, and music from A Christmas Carol, the Musical, penned by Alan Menken whose best-known film scores include Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. The Plymouth Community Intermediate School 6th Grade Chorus lends their voices to our three concerts, while our annual March of the Toys charity toy drive and visit from Santa round out this dazzling holiday display!

.Sunday Family Concert: Music for All Ages
Sunday, March 10, 2019 • Instrument Demo 2PM,

Concert 3PM

Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

If music adds color to your life, this Sunday afternoon concert adds a giant rainbow! Join us for an afternoon of sheer musical delight! Meet our Phil musicians and their instruments before the concert— the perfect way to test-drive many instruments! Our hour-long Phil concert includes performances by The Plymouth Middle Schools Honors Chorus, an award winning emerging artist from South Shore Conservatory, and the world concert premiere of Antoine Vachon’s Mages of Mystralia, music composed for the high-fantasy video game of the same name. This is the concert to share with your friends who want to add a little color to their weekend.

Magnificence in Spring
                                         Saturday, March 30, 2019, 7:30PM   
Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

D’un matin de printemps (Of a Spring Morning), a tone poem by the forever young composer Lili Boulanger captures the awakening with its delicate musical brushstrokes morphing to brilliant climax. Our vernal promenade continues as the South Shore Conservatory Youth Orchestra sits side-by-side with the Phil for Georges Bizet’s L’Arlesienne, Suite No. 1, or The Girl from Arles, music depicting a sad tale of youthful promise, love and loss. The magnificence of composer Gustav Mahler abounds with Symphony No. 1, Titan, a bold, blooming piece calling for our largest orchestra of the season! Unconventional in many ways, Mahler’s over-the-top piece radiates irony, humanity and imagination. This symphony is inspiring, poetic, and at times cosmic!

Pre-Concert Cocktail Party: 6pm

                                                                  Pilgrim Hall Museum                                       hors d'oeuvres & cash bar. - $2

 Pre-Concert Talk with Maestro Karidoyanes: 6:30pm

Memorial Hall - Free with ticket


Spring Pops! Music of the Knights:
           Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Paul McCartney 
Sir Elton John
                                                                  Saturday, May 18, 2019, 7:30PM                                                       Sunday, May 19, 2019, 3PM      Memorial Hall, Plymouth, MA

We celebrate three of Britain’s most legendary songwriters. It’s Broadway-meets-The Beatles-meets-iconic rock! Get ready for an evening (and afternoon!) of show stopping hits as the Phil and guest Broadway vocalists present favorites such as Memory, I Don’t Know How to Love Him, Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina, Phantom of the Opera, Circle of Life, Can You Feel the Love Tonight, Your Song, Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me, Yesterday, Hey Jude, and more! This special concert will be offered twice—Saturday evening and Sunday matinee. Join us for a fun-filled, heart and soul celebration of fabulous, award-winning music!

Pre-Concert Cocktail Party: 6pm

                                                               Blue Room, Memorial Hall              hors d'oeuvres & cash bar - $20

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