The Feeling of Symphor!a – Please Save the Date for another Historic Performance!

Before the symphony, children and families have a chance to interact with wild instruments and  and the musicians who tame them at the Instrument Zoo at 7pm.

Before the symphony, children and families have a chance to interact with wild instruments and and the musicians who tame them at the Instrument Zoo at 7pm.

Symphor!a will kick off the Hamilton Village Concerts in the Park on Thursday, July 11th at 8pm. Before the concert, the Earlville Opera House will host an Instrument Zoo for children and families starting at 7pm.  The musician-owned and operated Symphor!a is the newest name for the artists of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra. It is modeled after the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, based in New Orleans, which is now in its 23rd season.  The concert in Hamilton is the first of the summer series of concerts that the symphony plans to play in central New York.  Make your summer plans to include this beautiful evening in the historic setting of the village green of Hamilton!

The definition of symphoria: “The feeling of euphoria one gets after hearing an amazing piece of classical music, whether string or wind ensemble, full orchestra or otherwise.” (Urban Dictionary) Enjoy a musical journey with the Symphor!a under the stars with the sounds of summer!  Come early to enjoy a picnic in the park or Hamilton’s local restaurants!  No tickets are necessary for these free events. Bring a blanket or lawn chair!  This concert will go on rain or shine; the rain location is the Colgate Memorial Chapel on Alumni Road of the Colgate University Campus.

Updates and news about the concert at http://www.earlvilleoperahouse.com or 315-691-3550

More information about Symphor!a is at  http://www.experiencesymphoria.org/

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