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Toledo Symphony Concert

Toledo-Symphony-Violinists-2019Founder’s Hall – Sauder Village
Thursday, March 9, 2023
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 33rd year. We are pleased to be part of TSO’s Neighborhood Concert Series in 2023, 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 available to local students (K-12) who would like to see the performance. Generous donors make this gift possible. This is a great opportunity for youth to enjoy symphonic music - some for the first time ever!

General Admission: $15 in advance, $18 day of concert at the door of Founder's Hall
Patron Tickets: $60
FREE: student tickets for K-12 grades
Tickets will be available at Will Call the night of the performance at Founder's Hall. 

ONLINE SALES is closed. Purchase tickets day of performance at Founder's Hall when doors open at 6:45pm. 

Steven JarviGuest Conductor for the evening:  
Steven Jarvi

Praised for his “uncommonly expressive and detailed” performances by the Miami Herald and described as an “eloquent and decisive” conductor by The Wall Street JournalSteven Jarvi is a conductor with an equal passion for the concert hall and the opera house. Mr. Jarvi is the Music Director of the Dearborn Symphony and former Resident Conductor of the St. Louis Symphony. He won the Bruno Walter Memorial Foundation Award while the Associate Conductor of the Kansas City Symphony, and previously served as the Conducting Fellow with Michael Tilson Thomas and the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, an Associate Conductor for New York City Opera at Lincoln Center, and the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Conductor with the Washington National Opera at the Kennedy Center.

Raised in Grand Haven, Michigan, Steven Jarvi holds a Bachelor's degree in Music Theory from the University of Michigan where he studied with Kenneth Kiesler, Martin Katz and Jerry Blackstone, along with a Master's in Orchestral Conducting from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, where he studied with the legendary conducting pedagogue, Gustav Meier.


Toledo Symphony Orchestra Neighborhood Concerts

For many years the Toledo Symphony has brought symphonic music to communities across northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. With an annual reach of more than 11,000 people, the Symphony has been welcomed in neighborhood churches, schools, performing arts centers and community venues. 

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