The Columbus Symphony’s Master Classes offer exceptional artists the opportunity to share their insight and inspiration with the community’s most talented young musicians. Past master classes have been conducted by CSO concertmaster, Joanna Frankel, CSO soloists Natasha Paremski & Shai Wosner (piano), Bella Hristova (violin), Joshua Roman & Mark Kosower (cello) & Rachel Barton Pine (violin). All classes take place at the Ohio Theatre, Rehearsal Rm. 1 and are free and open to the public.
Performers are selected through recorded submissions. For more details about these programs, please call (614) 221-4916.
2019 Young Musicians Competition
The Ohio State University School of Music
February 2 & 3, 2019
The Young Musicians Competition provides an opportunity for central Ohio students in grades 3-12 to perform for professional feedback from Columbus Symphony Orchestra musicians and collegiate faculty. The winner of the Concerto Competition will be the recipient of a $500 award generously donated by the Friends of the Symphony. Students who place high in the divisions may also have the opportunity to perform in the Ohio Theatre lobby prior to Columbus Symphony Masterworks concerts.
For more information on the Young Musicians Competition, please call 614-221-5650 or email Brandi Daramola.
Cory Wu, piano, performing Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 22.
Columbus Symphony Recommends...
Do you play an instrument and wish to come to a Columbus Symphony concert where you could hear that instrument playing in a classical selection or highlighted during the concert? CLICK HERE to see our 2018-19 poster listing instrument-specific recommendations for concerts not to be missed. Would you like a poster sent to your school or place of business? Contact the education department at email@example.com.
Young Musicians Showcase
If you’ve ever come early to a Columbus Symphony Classical Series concert, you’ve probably seen some of our talented young musicians at work! Young musicians from the central Ohio area are given the opportunity to gain valuable experience by performing in the Galbreath Pavilion before every Classical Series concert. Performers include those who place at a high level in the CSO Young Musicians Competition, students of CSO musicians, & select CSYO musicians. The Young Musician’s Showcase begins approximately one hour prior to start of the concert. All participants receive two complimentary tickets to that evening’s Columbus Symphony concert.’
For the Community
Is your music booster group looking for a great fundraiser?
Community Concerts are a great way to bring a professional Columbus Symphony performance to your neighborhood while raising funds for your organization. The Columbus Symphony Orchestra is available for concerts, private events and educational dates designed to accommodate your organizational preferences.
Options include full orchestra or smaller ensembles, varying repertoire, and guest artist opportunities.
For additional information, please call (614) 221-4916.