The Kishwaukee Symphony Has Altered Its Concert Season

For 43 seasons, the Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra (KSO) has been proud and privileged to provide classical and popular music performances for our region.

Instead of a 44th season (2020-2021) of live concerts with live audiences, the current coronavirus pandemic has forced the KSO, and so many other performing-arts organizations, to modify its concert presentations.

During the fall 2020 portion of our season, October–December, we made available a free virtual-concert series of YouTube recordings of past concerts of our orchestra. And during the spring 2021 portion of this season, we plan to deliver free YouTube presentations of newly performed concerts, beginning March 6.

Please visit this website and stay in touch on our social media channels, including Facebook (www.facebook.com/kishorchestra) and Instagram, where we’ll provide updates and share ways to engage with art and culture from home.

Consult the events page ​here for the description of these virtual concerts and how to access them.

The Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra

is a nonprofit community orchestra, established in 1976, that promotes its mission of Enriching and Educating the Community through Music.

  • Offering enriching performances for residents and visitors.
  • Providing orchestral music education for children and youth.
  • Giving a means for professional and amateur musicians to play.
  • Providing performance opportunities for soloists and guest conductors.

In 2020, the KSO was again the winner in the Best Live Entertainment category in the Daily Chronicle‘s annual Readers’ Choice Awards for DeKalb County.


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