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Few events evoke the Christmas Spirit as thoroughly as the annual Holiday Pops concert. The Green Bay Symphony Orchestra, The Dudley Birder Chorale, and Birder Studio of Performing Arts all team up to present a program of Christmas Carols and Holiday Favorites. For two decades...Read More
What better way to heat up a cold, dark January evening than with the bright and majestic sounds of great brass and organ classics? This season, the talented and versatile GBSO brass and percussion musicians will again team up with organist Jeff Verkuilen to present a selection...Read More
Few musician-songwriters evolved as rapidly as the Beatles during the 1960s. From very simple 3-chord pop tunes in their early years to complex lyrical themes and orchestral arrangements later in the decade, the evolution of their music contributed to the revolution of rock...Read More
Since 1967 the GBSO has operated a highly successful Youth Orchestra program. For nearly a half-century this program has educated and graduated young musicians, many of whom have gone on to careers in music. To close out our farewell season we celebrate the achievement of these...Read More
Wisconsin Public Television will be rebroadcasting our 2013 Holiday Pops Concert on Thursday, December 18 at 9:00pm. If you’re wondering what this concert is like, here’s your chance to find out. You will then be able to buy tickets and attend this year’s concert.
There may also be additional airings of this program on the Wisconsin channel. Please check local listings.
Why should a community support an orchestra that’s in its final season?
First, without continued support, the ability to produce a final season could be in jeopardy. Ticket sales only cover 25-30% of our operating costs. The rest is entirely dependent on individual and corporate support. Demonstrating that an arts organization can manage its own conclusion gracefully helps position all the arts for more positive community support.
Second, if the support received is strong enough to offset our financial obligations, the surplus will be dedicated to the future of our highly-regarded Youth Orchestra Program – which will continue operating independently of GBSO after the coming season.
If you love great live music, your support is needed now more than ever before.