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The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra is the oldest continually active orchestra in the State of Wisconsin, performing concerts since 1918. The Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts is home to our Symphony.
The orchestra members perform in five regular season concerts, holiday concerts, a summer Pops concert, and an annual children's concert for Sheboygan County's fourth-graders. The repertoire is varied and provides a strong musical experience for the performers. Guest artists add to the variety and experience for players and the audience.
The Sheboygan Symphony Chorus was founded in 1994 and is under the direction of Janet L. Herrick, Professor of Music at Lakeland College. The chorus performs at two concerts per year with 110 voices composed of community members and Lakeland students.
In the early 1980's, the Sheboygan Area Youth Symphony was founded by the Sheboygan Symphony and the Sheboygan Area School District. Today the group of 74 plus students is under the direction of Debbie Williamson and Susan Stauber. In the spring of 2008 they participated in a musical festival through Carnival Cruises and earned superior ratings.
We, the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra, an active community fine arts organization with an established history, are proud to be a member of the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce. As directed in our mission statement, we will continue to provide quality music programs to this area.
Today's Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra appearing in our first year at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts.