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Temple Symphony Orchestra String Quartet concert
Friday, March 26, 2021 at 7:30 p.m.
UMHB PAC Baugh Hall.

Dear Friends – While 2020 is now a memory, we are still dealing with the complication caused by the spread of COVID-19.  Our decision to postpone our traditional concert offerings is based on best practices as outlined by the CDC and of course, the guidance from our local medical community.  We are pleased to announce that the Van Cliburn Recital has been reschedule for Saturday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cultural Activities Center barring further delays resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.  To purchase tickets, please visit the tickets tab.

As you may already know, we have remained active by offering virtual music opportunities for our friends in the communities of central Texas.  The Temple Symphony Orchestra’s String Quartet and Percussion Ensemble performed on-line concerts during the Fall of 2020.  We also streamed a special Christmas Concert featuring vocal performance professionals from our community.   You can view each of these events under our Concerts tab.  During the spring, we will be presenting virtual concerts by the Temple Symphony Orchestra’s String Quartet and our Woodwind Quintet.  If you are not a member of our mailing list, I invite you to access the mailing list link on the footer of this page and enter your information so we can keep you up to date on these or other special events as they are scheduled.

Finally, we remain so grateful for the financial support of our friends in the communities of central Texas.  We remain committed to providing high-quality, classical music events that are both educational and enjoyable during these difficult times.  Here is to a brighter year and hopefully we will see you soon at the Mary Alice Marshall Auditorium at Temple College.

Sincerely,
Buford Craig
President – TSO Board of Directors

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ABOUT TSO

The Temple Symphony Orchestra’s mission is to entertain, to educate, and to enrich the cultural life of Central Texas. Our mission is supported by providing a broad repertoire of live music performances of the highest artistic standards to a wide and diverse audience and by educating students and adults about our rich musical traditions.

Under the leadership of Thomas Fairlie, founding Musical Director/Conductor, the Temple Symphony Orchestra is embarking on our 26th season. The TSO is composed of professional musicians from throughout the Central Texas area. The TSO is dedicated to making the orchestral experience accessible and appealing to everyone and is committed to providing the community with quality musical programming featuring local as well as national and international artists performing classical music, pops, and jazz.