The Board of Directors of Symphony on the Bay is delighted to announce that in 2019-2020 we will be returning as the Burlington Symphony Orchestra.
From our deep roots at McMaster University we have continued to grow and change as our audience and community have continued to grow. We are thrilled, therefore, that after many years of expanding our roots into Burlington – from St. Christopher’s Anglican Church to the Royal Botanical Gardens to the Burlington Performing Arts Centre – we are taking the next logical step and coming back next season as the Burlington Symphony Orchestra.
We will have more news on the brand and on our 2019-2020 season in the coming weeks. For now, however, we will operate under both names until the official change takes place.
Our 2019-2020 Season
November 3, 2019 – Russian Treasures
December 8, 2019 – Christmas Spectacular
February 16, 2020 – Love at the Opera
May 10, 2020 – In Nature’s Realm
Let the Burlington Symphony Orchestra with Maestro Mastromonaco and vocalist Marina Salis entertain you with works for small orchestra from the main stage in Spencer Smith Park at 7:00 pm, before the fireworks! Free admission. Get more information about all of Burlington‘s Canada Day activities from the City of Burlington website.
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Marina is absolutely thrilled to be under the baton of Maestro Mastromonaco this Canada Day with the Burlington Symphony Orchestra. At the age of 21, Marina has developed her triple-threat skill set over the past 15 years, bringing her passion of music, dance, and...read more
Eena Yoon is a fifteen-year-old cellist who lives in Toronto, Canada. Her passion for music began at the age of three, when she started her music career by learning the piano. Eena began learning the cello at the age of seven, studying with Ashley Choi. Currently, she...read more
Twenty-two-year-old Burlington native Katelyn Emery began her violin studies at the age of three. When she was nine, Katharine Rapoport of the University of Toronto welcomed Katelyn into her studio. Concurrently she studied at the Phil and Eli Taylor Academy for Young...read more