Join us for our Season Finale!
Come and be swept away by Beethoven’s magnificent Symphony No. 9, featuring guest soloists and the Mendelssohn Choir of Connecticut. One of the composer's last great works, Beethoven had not appeared on stage for over a decade prior to its premier. Maestro Yates will take us on a brief tour of this momentous score before conducting this masterpiece in its entirety. Visit our Tickets page or print an order page for our next concert.
Join us for our 80th Anniversary Gala
The Norwalk Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its
80th Anniversary Gala
on Thursday, May 9, 2019 at Shorehaven Golf Club.
Cocktails - Dinner - Forte Awards - Music
Our Forte Awards will be given to:
The Brubeck Family
This event will be held exactly 80 years to the date of the first concert on May 9, 1939. You can be a part of our history! Please find our sponsorship information here. Become an early sponsor and set the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra on its path to the future!
Individual tickets on sale NOW!
Thank you to our sponsors!
Maura Callahan and Peter Johnson Dr. Richard Epstein and Ina Chadwick
Drs. Susan and Norman Weinberger David Westmoreland and Michael Mushak
NSO Orchestra Auditions - The Norwalk Symphony Orchestra will hold auditions on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 from 5:00-9:00pm and Saturday, April 27 from 1:00-6:00pm. Click here for more information.
Your support is greatly appreciated.
Celebrating the joy of orchestral music for 79 years.
Founded in 1939, for over 79 years Norwalk Symphony Orchestra has been a passionate group of musicians serving Norwalk and its neighboring towns in Fairfield County. Our mission is to provide friends and supporters with the opportunity to explore and discover the joys of professional orchestral music in a friendly, welcoming, informal environment. Learn more.
Young Artists Festival
Young musicians, join our annual competition. Lots of fun, and cash prizes too!
(Not) Just for Kids
Introduce your children to the joy of classical music through our season-long series.
New to Classical?
Fear not! It's a lot more fun, and less formal, than you may think.