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    Symphony Nova

    P.O. Box 230706
    Boston , MA 02123
    781-381-3300

    Website: symphonynova.org


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    The mission of Symphony Nova is to turn today's aspiring musicians into tomorrow's successful orchestral performers.

    Symphony Nova is New England’s first and only training orchestra. As a paid, professional training orchestra, we offer programs to not only prepare our musicians for the rigors of a career in performance, but also to develop business and interpersonal skills that are required for long-term success. These topics,...

    The mission of Symphony Nova is to turn today's aspiring musicians into tomorrow's successful orchestral performers.

    Symphony Nova is New England’s first and only training orchestra. As a paid, professional training orchestra, we offer programs to not only prepare our musicians for the rigors of a career in performance, but also to develop business and interpersonal skills that are required for long-term success. These topics, which are not typically offered in conservatory programs, include grant writing, tax preparation and personal finances, mock auditions, and the creation and performance of educational concerts. Our musicians are graduates from internationally-acclaimed music schools in Boston and beyond.

    We aim to develop self-sufficient musicians who will use their classical music background to explore culturally relevant opportunities to connect with today’s shifting artistic world. With the many changes happening in the traditional business and artistic model of the symphony orchestra, we want to be on the crest of the tide – not only to ensure the success of our musicians, but also the longevity of this important cultural medium.

    Founded in 2007 as the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra (NVPO), we performed our first two seasons at Showcase Live in Foxboro, MA. In 2009, we began presenting concerts at schools in the Neponset Valley including King Philip Regional High School (Wrentham) and Canton High School, where we continue to perform today. In addition to our formal concert season, our musicians create and present educational programs in local schools (including string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, and single instrument workshops). In early 2012, we changed our name from the NVPO to Symphony Nova, and expanded our vision to become a professional training orchestra – making Symphony Nova the only professional training orchestra in New England. As of today, we now have a central office at Old South Church in Copley Square, and perform concerts at Old South Church as well as in the Neponset Valley.

     


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    • Article: Outstanding Orchestra Nourished By Neponset Valley
      Classical Voices of New England - Mar 21, 2010
      By Patrick Valentino

      An orchestra is growing in our back yard. Today I attended a concert by the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra, a young group comprised mainly of recent conservatory graduates which has served the Neponset Valley area for the past 2 years. By the… Expand

      An orchestra is growing in our back yard. Today I attended a concert by the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra, a young group comprised mainly of recent conservatory graduates which has served the Neponset Valley area for the past 2 years. By the end of the afternoon, it was clear this is an ensemble is in a strong position to enjoy a vibrant future. Collapse

    • Article: Walpole woman’s gift to the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra
      Boston Globe - Feb 14, 2010
      By Paul E. Kandarian

      ONE HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY: Call it a $40,000 gift of love just in time for Valentine’s Day.

      Yvette Morrill of Walpole gave that much to the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra, a gift that prompted orchestra conductor Lawrence Isaacso… Expand

      ONE HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY: Call it a $40,000 gift of love just in time for Valentine’s Day.

      Yvette Morrill of Walpole gave that much to the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra, a gift that prompted orchestra conductor Lawrence Isaacson to call Morrill “our angel donor.’’ Collapse

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