The Sheboygan Symphony invites you to their 4th annual wine tasting fundraiser, ‘Sip with the SSO’ at the Sheboygan Yacht Club. On Saturday, April 2, 2016 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm the SSO will host a classic wine tasting event where guests will enjoy limited production, estate quality, artisan wines from specialty vintners throughout the world. Sample wine and mingle with members of the Orchestra family. All attendees receive a complementary souvenir Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra wine glass.
The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra will add words, including some very familiar, to the music for its March concert.
At its February concert, the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra will present a program featuring talents from Germany, Italy, England … and Plymouth.
The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra is seeking a Business Development & Marketing Manager who works to improve the organization’s market position and achieves financial growth. This person will help the organization achieve its long-term strategic goals by building key donor relationships, identifying new donor opportunities, maintaining extensive knowledge of current market conditions, organizing annual fundraising events and coordinating targeted marketing efforts.
The Sheboygan Area Youth Symphony we welcome its new artistic director and conductor when it opens its 2015-2016 season Sunday, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. at the Weill Center for the Performing Arts.Kevin McMahon, who is in his sixth season as music director and conductor of the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra, will conduct the SAYS Concert Orchestra while a search continues for a replacement for previous director Debbie Williamson.
A Season of Surprises
After 96-plus seasons, it’s nice to know that the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra is still coming up with new experiences for the community.
As proud subscribers to the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra for more than 30 years, my husband Nick and I have come to learn that each season brings new delights. This year is no exception.
Debbie Williamson made Kevin McMahon a musical offer that he could not refuse.