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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: Chamber Concert 2

Tuesdays, July 09 | 7:00P | Historic Senior Hall - Stephens College Chamber concerts feature the musicians of the Missouri Symphony performing in a more intimate setting. Chamber works performed in these concerts offer excellent opportunities to hear the musicians play up-close and experience a diverse repertoire different from the masterworks/pops orchestral concerts. The thrill […]

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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: Chamber Concert 1

Tuesdays, June 25 | 7:00P | Historic Senior Hall - Stephens College Chamber concerts feature the musicians of the Missouri Symphony performing in a more intimate setting. Chamber works performed in these concerts offer excellent opportunities to hear the musicians play up-close and experience a diverse repertoire different from the masterworks/pops orchestral concerts. The thrill […]

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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: Wrap Party

Saturday, July 13 | 9:00P | Location: TBD That's a wrap! Celebrate another successful Firefly Music Festival with the MSO musicians. More Info and the Full Festival Lineup     |     Purchase Tickets     |     Purchase Festival Passes 

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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: Nicholas Canellakis Plays Elgar

Saturday, July 13 | 7:00P | Missouri Theatre The final concert of the 2024 Firefly Music Festival will send us off with a program dedicated to composer Edward Elgar. The MSO will present his Cello Concerto, featuring Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society’s cellist Nicholas Canellakis, and close the summer with Elgar’s Enigma Variations. More Info […]

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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: Stars, Stripes, and Scores

July 3 | 7:00P | Missouri Theatre Our annual summer pops concert will honor our country’s musical legacy with an interesting mixture of patriotic and film music. Featuring the crowd-pleasing music of legendary film composer John Williams, the MSO will present selections from both Star Wars and Harry Potter. With a nod to resident Columbia […]

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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: Orchestra-A-Round

Sunday, June 30 | 2:00P | Jesse Hall Rotunda Continuing our goal to present unique concert experiences, this concert, featuring more well-known pieces, will take place in the rotunda of Jesse Hall on the University of Missouri campus. Audience members will be able to move between the three levels of the rotunda, partaking in a […]

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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: Finnish Fantasy + Missouri Mythology

Friday, June 28 | 7:00P | Missouri Theatre This concert will explore music influenced by Finland and our state of Missouri. Some highlights include Coleridge-Taylor’s Hiawatha Overture and Sibelius’ Violin Concerto, featuring David Oistrakh First Prize winner violinist SooBeen Lee. The MSO will also continue its engagement with the music of one-time Missouri resident Carl […]

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March 27, 2024
Firefly Music Festival: First & Final - 200 Years of Joy

Saturday, June 22 | 7:00P | Missouri Theatre The opening concert of our annual Firefly Music Festival celebrates the 200th anniversary of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. The Missouri Symphony Orchestra will kick off the concert with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1. After intermission, they will be joined by the Columbia Choral and four of the most exciting […]

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January 8, 2024
Requiem for the Enslaved: A Black History Month Memorial and Reconciliatory Concert

Presented by Powerhouse Community Development Corporation The Missouri Symphony presents an evening experience that includes a discussion and the performance of Carlos Simon’s Requiem for the Enslaved, a piece for spoken word artist and a chamber ensemble. The performance, featuring Rev. Dr. Clyde Ruffin, is about reconciliation, yet it is done in a way that does […]

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August 2, 2023
Sound Bites: When Jazz Meets Baroque

The musical genres of jazz and baroque are similar in more ways than we think, both using smaller ensembles, a unique fashion of collaboration that relies on style, a degree of improvisation, and a particularly intimate way of music-making. In our second iteration of Sound Bites, we invite you to join us in the intimate […]

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