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Celebrating our 22nd year in the Royal Oak area!

Upcoming Concert

 OCTOBER 21, 2016

@ 8:00 pm

Royal Oak Middle School  

Dondero Auditorium  

709 N. Washington Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48067

 


John McLaughlin Williams, Guest Conductor

From a Moonlit Ceremony  - George Frederick McKay
   (Suite on Songs & Dance of the Muckleshoot Tribe)

Double Concerto in E minor - Max Bruch
      Kevin Horne, violin; Kathy Almquist, viola

INTERMISSION

Symphony No. 5 in ,B-flat major, op. 55 - Alexander Glazunov


Ensemble Playing Wind Instruments

The Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra (ROSO) provides a quality cultural experience for Royal Oak and surrounding communities. Concert programs, presented by 60+ non-professional musicians, include classical masterworks as well as contemporary selections.  ROSO provides opportunities for music education and appreciation to people of all ages. 

 For the 2016-2017 season, concerts will be presented by dynamic guest conductors and will feature area soloists.  Please check our calendar and plan to attend!

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Adults: $15 Each, or $50 for our 4-ticket package

Students and Seniors: $12 Each, or $40 for our 4-ticket package

Tickets may be used at any concert


Free Entry for under 18

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Man With Cello

About Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra (ROSO)

The Royal Oak Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1995 under the leadership of Peter Tolias.  Conductors over the past 10 years have included: John Robertson, John Dovaras, and guest conductors. ROSO musicians are adults of all ages and professions who enjoy playing together and presenting concerts in the Royal Oak area.   

 A new music director and permanent conductor will be selected in May 2017.  Three guest conductors for the 2916-2017 season include: John McLaughlin Williams, Adam Riccinto, and Kevin Fitzgerald.

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Royal Oak, MI

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