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Shining the Light on Hunger

ConAgra Foods is returning as the Omaha Symphony’s Holiday Season Sponsor for the eighth season, and we are partnering with them on their Shine the Light on Hunger campaign. We are proud to help them raise awareness about the fight to end childhood hunger and are thankful for their support. We appreciate the opportunity to unite Omaha’s arts community in stocking the Food Bank for the Heartland.

Students 'Celebrate Creativity' in weeklong program at Joslyn

Celebrate Creativity, a long-standing education program presented in partnership with the Joslyn Art Museum, took place last week from October 27-30. Over the course of the four days, nearly 1,500 middle and high school students participated in the program, featuring hands-on creative workshops, Joslyn gallery tours, and an interactive Omaha Symphony concert.
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KVNO: The Joslyn Sings with the Sounds of the Omaha Symphony

Castanets, a concerto, and a chamber orchestra walk into a museum. The Omaha Symphony’s first Joslyn concert of the season transports the audience to the Iberian Peninsula with selections from Robert Gerhard and a man known as the Spanish Mozart, Juan Crisóstomo de Arriaga. Also on the program is the “Violin Concerto No. 2” by Sergei Prokofiev, featuring Concertmaster Susanna Perry Gilmore as soloist. Gilmore says the concerto should be well suited to the smaller ensemble and intimate atmosphere at the museum.
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KVNO: Brahms' Third Opens New Omaha Symphony Season

It’s time for the metro’s largest orchestra to start a new season, one that’s sure to please from start to “unfinished.” The Omaha Symphony’s new season is packed with audience favorites while delving into unexplored territory with new composers and rediscovered gems.
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