2020 - 2021 Season



The first concert of the SSO’s 56th season will be in person and live on the stage of Kidd-Key Auditorium in Sherman.  We’ll provide the appropriate spacing for audience seating and request that audience members mask for safety.  The orchestra has invited pianist Scott Watkins to join us on Bach’s Piano Concerto

No. 4 in A Major--a bright and uplifting work that will help us celebrate our return to the stage.  Also on this concert is Mozart’s fantastic Symphony No. 29 in A Major, a work that is just as upbeat and happy and makes a perfect companion to Bach’s concerto. Other works are by American composer William Grant Still (“Out of the Silence”) and English composer Frederick Delius (“Two Aquarelles” and “Air and Dance”). 



Yes, Santa comes to the SSO Christmas Pops.  Expect fun arrangements of holiday tunes, beautiful decorations, and table seating so that you can bring holiday snacks for your guests to enjoy.   We’re in negotiations with the Man in Red to make a public appearance at the shows!



This concert is still in the planning stages (everything this year is taking so much extra planning!).  We’ll have more great orchestral works, and there’ll be surprises and delights among the wonderful standard pieces.  Our musicians won’t let you down.





What does the final concert of the season look like?  Stick around and visit often to find out!  (Something special, for sure.)

See the works played in SSO seasons since 2002

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