The Mansfield Symphony has become one of the most respected orchestras in the state of Ohio. For over 75 years the organization has been providing the worlds greatest music to the people of the region. This proud history continues today with an orchestra that not only makes great music but also provides great service to the community it calls home.
The proud history of the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra continues today with its 2014-2015 season: Poetry and Passion.
Mansfield has a rich musical history, far more impressive than most cities of this size can claim. The Symphony has become a model for organizations our size to be an integral part of the community.
In 2012, Maestro Thomas Hong took over the Mansfield Symphony podium. Read all about him and the fraternity of MSO conductors.
Mansfield has a rich history of great choral singing dating back more than a century. Each year the orchestra and singers present a number of programs incorporating the talents of our local singers.
The Mansfield Symphony Youth Orchestra was organized in 1982 by Ettore Chiudioni to establish an outlet for outstanding instrumental music students. The MSYO is comprised of nearly 100 student musicians.
The Mansfield Symphony Youth Strings is comprised of over 65 students in grades six through ten from 20 schools within the Mansfield area. Youth Strings is under the direction of Matt Domka.
Education and community engagement are increasingly important to American orchestras as research continues to reveal the positive effect music has on our lives.
Mansfield Symphony auditions will take place in September 2014.
Meet the Maestro!