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Join us for an intimate evening of classical Christmas music in the beautiful surroundings of St John the Evangelist Church. Hear GBSO’s brilliant brass ensemble accompanied by St. John’s resounding pipe organ played by Green Bay’s own Jeff Verkuilen. Seating...Read More
Go around the world with us in just a few hours! Hear the sounds of Italy with the Overture to Rossini’s Barber of Seville before travelling across mountains and deserts to China, where you will hear a traditional Chinese instrument in front of the orchestra. Then jump...Read More
Before Beethoven, before Mozart, there was Baroque. These early composers influenced all music that followed, from the Classical Era up to today’s Rock-n-Roll. Come and enjoy the sounds of strings and harpsichord as Northeast Wisconsin’s own Samantha George...Read More
Green Bay Symphony Orchestra’s Centennial Season will come to a close with the epic 9th Symphony of Ludwig Van Beethoven. Composed near the end of his life while almost deaf, this is perhaps his most stirring and emotional work. When the combined 220-voice vocal choir...Read More
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This past summer we started an orchestra for those who once played an instrument, never got really good at it, but would love to re-engage in the experience of playing together with others. Calling themselves the “Green Bay So-So Orchestra,” they meet twice a month at East High School under the direction of Education Manager and GBSO timpanist Mike Ross. So far they are having a blast! If you’d like to participate, give us a call.
The video shows them at a recent rehearsal.
(Only the music has been changed to protect the innocent!)GB So-So Orchestra
Dan Linssen and Mike Ross talk about future of GBSOCW-14 Focus