The South Shore Symphony Orchestra, celebrating its 30th season in 2014/2015, is an associate of the Rockville Centre Guild for the Arts, based in Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York.

The South Shore Symphony Orchestra performances are made possible in part through the support of the Natural Heritage Trust, The Freeport Arts Council, The Village of Rockville Centre, the Rockville Centre School District, Senator Dean Skelos, and the generosity of the Rockville Centre Guild for the Arts.

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Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, and Old Friends
Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8 pm
The Madison Theatre at Molloy College

Marc Kissoczy, Guest Conductor
Ming-Feng Hsin, Violin

Sibelius – Finlandia, op. 28

Tchaikovsky – Violin Concerto op. 35 in D major

Ming-Feng Hsin, violin

Sibelius – Symphony n. 2 op. 43 in D major

Marc Kissoczy, a Swiss conductor of international prestige, leads an exciting program of orchestral standards featuring the brilliant violinist, Ming Feng Hsin, of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. A conductor in his own right, Maestro Hsin led the South Shore Symphony before our present conductor, Scott Jackson Wiley, assumed the podium. All three met at the Pierre Monteux School for Conductors in the early nineties and have remained fast friends to this day. Maestro Wiley is delighted that his two colleagues have accepted his invitation to perform with the South Shore Symphony.

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