Now in our 21st season

Join Us in Selecting a New Music Director!

We’re giving four superb conductors the opportunity to direct our orchestra in innovative programs of their own choosing for the 2015-2016 season. They are the finalists from among 100 applicants to succeed Dr. Woomyung Choe as Music Director of the GNSO, a position he established in 1995. The conductors will be evaluated by our musicians and audience members, so don’t miss an opportunity to have a say in the next direction of the symphony.

Take a look at the different programs — we think you will love them all!

David Bernard Talks About the GNSO and Arabian Nights


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upcoming ConcertS/events

  • handel spring, 2016

    Newburgh Symphonic Chorale – Spring Concert

    The Newburgh Symphonic Chorale, directed by Peter Sipple present a concert featuring works by Handel, accompanied by chamber orchestra. The second half of the program includes some of Broadway’s best-loved music.  No tickets required; a free-will offering will be taken.handel spring, 2016

    Sunday, June 5, 2016 4:00 pm
    St. George’s Church
    105 Grand St., Newburgh, NY 12550


  • Russell Ger

    From Russia With Love


    June 11, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
    Aquinas Hall at Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, NY

    Conductor: Russell Ger
    Featuring soloist Maxwell Foster, piano

    Shostakovitch – “Festive Overture”
    Rachmaninoff – “Piano Concerto #2″
    Mussorgsky/Ravel – “Pictures at an Exhibition”

    NOTE – Students are admitted free

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