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Toledo Symphony Concert

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Founder’s Hall – Sauder Village
Thursday, March 10, 2022
6:45 p.m. doors open
7:30 p.m. performance

The Black Swamp Arts Council and Sauder Village welcome the Toledo Symphony to Founder’s Hall for the 32nd year. We are pleased to be part of TSO’s Neighborhood Concert Series in 2022, helping bring the symphony to our rural neighbors. The Symphony offers a unique program each year, specially chosen for our audience creating a “lasting musical moment”.

Free general admission tickets are awarded to local students (K-12) who would like to see the performance. Generous patrons, sponsors, and underwriters make this gift possible. Some students come with their school music teachers while others attend with friends and family. This is a great opportunity for youth to enjoy symphonic music – some for the first time ever!

ONLINE SALES have been disengaged.Purchase tickets the day of the performance by visiting the Sauder Village Welcome Center, 2nd floor to choose your seats by 5pm or purchase at Founder's Hall evening of for $18 - doors open at 6:45 pm.

All monies raised through sponsorships and ticket sales are used to cover the cost of bringing the symphony to our community and introducing our youth to the magnificence of a live performance.

To find out more about becoming a Patron for this community concert follow this link: PATRON TICKETS INFORMATION

Alain-TrudelGuest Conductor Matthew Kraemer will lead the evening performance at Sauder Village. Recognized for his musical sensitivity and energized sense of interpretation, Kraemer is quickly making his mark among young American conductors for his inspired performances and versatility.  He was appointed Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra in 2015. His active guest conducting schedule includes appearances with many of the nation’s finest orchestras, including the Atlanta, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Columbus, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Nashville, North Carolina, Saint Louis, Spokane, Syracuse, Toledo, and Virginia symphony orchestras, as well as Canada’s Mississauga Symphony, Niagara Symphony, and Hamilton Philharmonic and in Europe with the Vidin Philharmonic and the Orquesta de Cadaqués.  An Indiana native, Matthew is also an accomplished violinist and was a member of the Nightingale String Quartet.  When he is not performing, Kraemer enjoys cooking, running, and reading.   

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Note: The Toledo Symphony Orchestra recommends masks to be worn during the performance.

Note: There will be no intermission for this performance. 

Support made possible in part by a gift from the Maynard & Carolyn Sauder Endowment Fund for the Toledo Symphony.