The Orchestra's 55 musicians with 65 different instruments have won raves for their superb performances, stellar musicianship and captivating programs of compositions from the 1600s to pieces just composed.
Susan Davenny Wyner is musical director and conductor. She has received international acclaim for two careers. As a lyric Soprano, she performed at the Metropolitan Opera and won a Grammy and Grand Prix du Disc. As a conductor, Davenny Wyner has been called "electrifying, powerfully compelling and emotionally fearless" the The New York Times, a "rousing and joyous" leader by the Chicago Tribune, "terrific" by Opera News Online, and praised for her "vibrant conducting and buoyant, sensitive baton" by the Boston Globe, which also dubbed her "the best program maker in town!" Read her full biography. Other 2018-2019 Orchestra projects include:
Full orchestra school concerts with individual instrument demonstrations to be held October 26.
Art in MusicContest, where Trumbull County students in grades 3 through 8 are invited to create art about the orchestra's instruments and its music. Contest winners will be recognized and their work displayed at the October 28 concert.
Strings of Joy program, where selected Trumbull County students in grades 3 through 7 are eligible for free violin lessons.
This page was last revised on May 8, 2018.
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