We were happy to welcome a class from the Christopher Wren Association to rehearsal today. ... See MoreSee Less

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We had a great time sharing an instrument petting zoo at 2nd Sundays Williamsburg - Art & Music Festivals ... See MoreSee Less

"I think it's time we stop, children, what's that sound Everybody look what's going down..." Kimberly with the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra at 2nd Sundays.

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The Williamsburg Symphony OrchestraStudents from the Williamsburg Youth Orchestras, as well as members of the WSO League, volunteered to help demonstrate instruments at the 2nd Sunday Festival. #OurSymphony #MusicEducation2 weeks ago

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Alessio Bax performing with Janna Hymes, Conductor & The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra in March 2017. Photo by: Kim Kiely Photography ... See MoreSee Less

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Janna Hymes, Conductor, Music Director of The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra since 2004. Coming up in March, Hymes will conduct Eclectic Mix at the Williamsburg Regional Library and Piano Virtuoso at the Kimball Theatre. #InternationalWomensDay #WomensHistoryMonth #OurSymphony ... See MoreSee Less

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Mark your calendars for another fabulous Pink Elephant Sale hosted by Liz Moore and Associates to support The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra League. Donations will be accepted April 21 & 22, and the sale will be held April 29. See the event flyer for more details. ... See MoreSee Less

Donate, shop & have fun! @[174636044222:274:Liz Moore and Associates] is sponsoring a Pink Elephant Sale to benefit the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra Leause on April 29.

Liz Moore & Associates Pink Elephant Sale

Apr 29, 10:00am - Apr 29, 2:00pm

Governors Land

Donate, shop & have fun! Liz Moore and Associates is sponsoring a Pink Elephant Sale to benefit the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra Leause on April 29.

Representatives from the Williamsburg Symphony will have a booth at 2nd Sundays this weekend for our Carnival of the Animals concert April 29. Bring the kids by for an instrument petting zoo and a chance to enter our drawing for a free family four-pack of tickets.

Don't miss students from the Williamsburg Youth Orchestras performing at the Master Craftsmen Stage (221 N Boundary St) from 1-1:45 p.m. It's great to see #classicalmusic represented at the festival!
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LIVE PERFORMANCE LINEUP! Quirks of Art Main Stage(515 Prince George St) Herbie D & the Dangermen(Hampton, VA) 11-1:45 Rose & Sword Academy of Irish Dance 1:50-2:20 Bill Gurley & Friends(Lancaster, VA) 2:30-5 Blue Talon Bistro Stage(435 Prince George Street) Charlie Dickinson 11-1:45 The Sizzling Capers(Asheville, NC) Kathryn Proctor & Dan Falkenstein(of Circus Mutt) 2:15- 5 Master Craftsmen Stage(221 N Boundary St) W & M Accidentals (all female Acapella Group) 11-12 W & M Orchesis Modern Dance Company 12:10-12:30 Williamsburg Youth Orchestra 1-1:45 Raw Beets(Pungo, VA) 2:30-5 Brown Hall Courtyard ( 107 N Boundary St) Jackson Howard(St Louis,MO) 11-1:45 Dustin Furlow/Matt Thomas (Va Beach) 2-5 Festival Center Silverman Steve Neese Facepainter- Toni Cowling Roving Juggler 1-3p Tim Nolan

April 9 2017 2nd Sundays Williamsburg

Apr 9, 11:00am - Apr 9, 5:00pm

2nd Sundays Williamsburg - Art & Music Festivals

LIVE PERFORMANCE LINEUP! Quirks of Art Main Stage(515 Prince George St) Herbie D & the Dangermen(Hampton, VA) 11-1:45 Rose & Sword Academy of Irish Dance 1:50-2:20 Bill Gurley & Friends(Lancaster, VA) 2:30-5 Blue Talon Bistro Stage(435 Prince George Street) Charlie Dickinson 11-1:45 The Sizzling Capers(Asheville, NC) Kathryn Proctor & Dan Falkenstein(of Circus Mutt) 2:15- 5 Master Craftsmen Stage(221 N Boundary St) W & M Accidentals (all female Acapella Group) 11-12 W & M Orchesis Modern Dance Company 12:10-12:30 Williamsburg Youth Orchestra 1-1:45 Raw Beets(Pungo, VA) 2:30-5 Brown Hall Courtyard ( 107 N Boundary St) Jackson Howard(St Louis,MO) 11-1:45 Dustin Furlow/Matt Thomas (Va Beach) 2-5 Festival Center Silverman Steve Neese Facepainter- Toni Cowling Roving Juggler 1-3p Tim Nolan

An exciting moment from this season's performances of "The Great Symphony" in November captured by Kim Kiely Photography ... See MoreSee Less

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Faith S. HeinenI really enjoyed the Pops concert on Sat. Looking forward to more.5 months ago   ·  1

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Another huge thank you to Bruce A. Lemley & Bay Rivers Group Wealth Advisors for sponsoring last week's Masterworks performance of "Piano Virtuoso" on Wednesday 3/29. He is pictured here with Carolyn Keurajian and Vance Stallings. Photo by Kim Kiely Photography ... See MoreSee Less

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Janna HymesThanks to my good friend Bruce, for all of your support these years!!!! ❤3 weeks ago   ·  2

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Many thanks to New Town Dental Arts for sponsoring Thursday night's "Piano Virtuoso" performance. Their generosity helped support a beautiful evening of music! Pictured left-to-right are: Lynne Snyder, Cynthia Digges, Dr. Sebastiana Springmann, Doug Springmann, Macy de Lorio, and Dr. Sarah Luke. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you to Kim Kiely Photography for these beautiful photos of last night's concert. ... See MoreSee Less

WOW What an amazing performance by Alessio Bax

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Candice Imhof MichalikThis was our first visit to the Williamsburg Symphony. The music was absolutely beautiful. Thank you all for a very enjoyable evening .3 weeks ago   ·  1

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Just a snippet from last night's wonderful pre-concert performance by The W Quartet, members of Williamsburg Youth Orchestras. The WYO was founded in 1995 to support the Williamsburg Symphony's educational outreach mission. Thank you to WYO members Anna Song, Esther Kim, Caleb Song & Justin Lee! ... See MoreSee Less

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Kimberly Richards-ThomasI really enjoyed your performance last night. Thank you!3 weeks ago

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From The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, here's a glimpse of what the Williamsburg Symphony has in store for audiences this week with guest artist Alessio Bax performing March 29 & 30. Call 757-229-9857 for tickets. ... See MoreSee Less

Pianist Alessio Bax, First Prize winner at the Leeds and Hamamatsu international piano competitions, is a 2009 Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient. He has ap...

Tickets are still available for this concert tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Williamsburg Regional Library. Call 757.259.4070, or purchase at the door. Don't miss this great opportunity to experience the music for less than half the price of a regular ticket! ... See MoreSee Less

RESCHEDULED from January 7 to March 24 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets purchased for the first concert will be honored on March 24. As part of the Williamsburg Regional Library's Dewey Decibel concert series, The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra presents Eclectic Mix conducted by Music Director @[341887199515298:274:Janna Hymes, Conductor]. A 22-piece ensemble of the Orchestra consisting of winds, strings and harpsicord will present works by Stravinsky, Bach and Dvořák. Tickets: $18.00. This program is made possible by Friends of the Williamsburg Regional Library.

WSO Dewey Decibel Concert at Williamsburg Regional Library

Mar 24, 7:30pm - Mar 24, 9:00pm

Williamsburg Library Theatre, 515 Scotland St, Williamsburg, VA 23185-3625, United States

RESCHEDULED from January 7 to March 24 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets purchased for the first concert will be honored on March 24. As part of the Williamsburg Regional Library's Dewey Decibel concert series, The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra presents Eclectic Mix conducted by Music Director Janna Hymes, Conductor. A 22-piece ensemble of the Orchestra consisting of winds, strings and harpsicord will present works by Stravinsky, Bach and Dvořák. Tickets: $18.00. This program is made possible by Friends of the Williamsburg Regional Library.