GSO performed live, and socially-distanced twice!
The GSO presented a socially-distanced, 45 minute pre-movie performance with SUPER music for all ages — from young to old and everyone in between — that reminds us all of the special power of music from the Movies!
5012 Jones baseline, Guelph ON.
This pre-show was included at no extra charge with movie admission!
Free, Walk-By Concert, Sunday September 6th at 3pm at the Basilica of Our Lady
Guelph Symphony Orchestra presented a free, socially-distanced ” Walk-By” concert in the Garden at the Basilica of Our Lady (28 Norfolk St). We partnered with downtown business, “Killer Cupcakes”.
This summer, Guelph Symphony Orchestra partnered with Guelph-Wellington Master Gardeners, to present eight uplifting garden performances in eight beautiful private gardens, narrated by Ben Cullen! (Click on the photo below to visit our garden video page).
Until we can all be together again, here is the Guelph Symphony’s musical tribute to our community’s frontline workers!
The City of Guelph announced today that due to COVID-19, all public events at River Run Centre will be cancelled through April 30th. GSO remains cooperative with directions from the City of Guelph and Public Health. Please click here for full details.
The musicians, board and staff of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra stand in solidarity with all those who have been affected by systemic racism in our society. We seek to reflect, engage, and better understand the systemic barriers that prevent BIPOC artists from participating in orchestral music, and explore means of reducing those barriers, particularly among youth in our community. We seek to educate ourselves, our artists, and our supporters about the important contributions of BIPOC artists, composers, Indigenous communities, people of colour, people with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ++ people, and women have made and to feature diverse conductors, performers, soloists, composers, mentors, and creators on our stage.
Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance. Verna Myers