Jefferson Symphony Orchestra

2021/22

...all digital!

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 2021/2022...our 69th Season 

Sunday concerts at the Green Center in Golden, Colorado. Welcome back to live music!

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NEW: Jefferson Symphony's Holiday Concert
Tickets available now!

Partial Season Package Sale

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As the Jefferson Symphony renews its 69th season,

we invite you to preview our season.

This is our time to reunite in the concert hall --

live music is back and bolder than ever.

We are overjoyed to present Jefferson Symphony’s 2021/2022 season and the return of in-person performances.

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Jefferson Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1953 and is a seventy--five member ensemble based in Golden, Colorado. Featuring fine musicians from many walks of life, the orchestra, under Maestro William Morse, continues to perform the most challenging of repertoire. 

Jefferson Symphony enriches the greater Jefferson County community through quality music experiences and educational programming. We are proud to unite our audiences through their shared love for the arts.

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Our Young Artist Competition resumes for 2021/22!

The annual audition brings twelve rising musicians to Colorado for a live-finals round; top-prizes include a solo opportunity with JSO during our season and over $8000 in awards. Visit our JSO*YAC page. 

"Hello Maestro!" starts Daniel Gostein, who won our 61st Young Artist Competition in January 2020. Daniel messaged that he is actively performing and recording from home, and shares with our audience his newest music: "Heavy Circles" for marimba. 

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We are most grateful to everyone who gave for Colorado Gives Day in 2020! 

We received more than $6200 from

50+ supporters of Jefferson Symphony!

How does your support help?

"My congratulations to all of the JSO musicians! starts JSO conductor William Morse. "The "Enchanted Garden" movement from the Mother Goose Suite, by Maurice Ravel, was one of the many pieces considered for a virtual performance. There are many things to consider when attempting a project of this nature.

More about this recording + Carmina Burana from the CONCERTS page. 

  JSO is grateful to its grantors and sponsors. 

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