St. Charles Symphony Society

About the St. Charles Symphony Society...

Founded in 1997, the St. Charles County Symphony Society is a multi faceted ensemble, performing classical and modern repertoire, chamber concerts and a summer "POPS" series. We are a not for profit organization that often collaborates with outside artists and organizations to spread traditional and non-traditional music in our area

The St. Charles County Symphony Society thrives under the leadership of co-artistic directors Kenneth Beckham and David Peek. Consisting of professional musicians, teachers, talented adults and serious students from our community, the symphony brings a rich combination of musical talents to St. Charles County.
 
Membership in the St. Charles County Symphony Orchestra is open to anyone wishing to keep active their love of quality music. Rehearsals are held at the First Baptist Church of St. Charles at 7:30 pm on Tuesday evenings. We perform at various locations throughout St. Charles County including the stunningly renovated St. Charles Foundry Art Centre, St. Peters Cultural Arts Center, First Baptist Church of St. Charles, Fort Zumwalt East High School, Wentzville's Rotary Park, O'Fallon's Fort Zumwalt Park, Frontier Park in St. Charles, Boulevard Park in Lake Saint Louis, and other various community venues.

Grateful thanks to Saint Peters City, Saint Charles City, and St. Charles County for their generous support which enables the orchestra to focus on becoming a renowned ensemble. This vital support is an essential component in the rise of St. Charles County into one of Missouri’s most outstanding music and art centers.

 

 

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