American Salute 2017!

Join us for these free, family-friendly concerts of patriotic and popular favorites, along with the world premiere of “Wrong Note Polka”, by Dr. Howard Fox. Conductor is Dr. Raymond Wheeler, music department chair, Stuyvesant High School.

Bring a lawn chair, bring a picnic, bring the whole family! Saturday, July 1, 4 pm, Carousel at Willowbrook Park; Sunday, July 2, 4 pm, Conference House Park; Tuesday, July 4, 6 pm, Alice Austen House. See you there!

Russian Heritage Celebration

When: Sunday, June 25th, 2017

Where: Zion Lutheran Church, 505 Watchogue Road

Tickets: $15/Adults, $10/Students & Seniors, Children under 12/FREE!

Reserve your tickets through SI Philharmonic by emailing siphilharmonic@aol.com or calling 917-545-8266.

Brahms Requiem Preview Performance!

Brahms’ wonderful German Requiem presented by SIPhilharmonic, Richmond Choral Society, Arcadian Chorale, and the Brookdale Concordia Chorale. Our beloved music director, José Alejandro (Alex) Guzmán is dedicating this performance to his dear, departed friend Louis Flaim. We are dedicating it to him. Alex has conducted orchestras throughout NYC for more than forty years. He is one of a very rare breed of conductors whose skill far exceeds his ego, which has made him a favorite of all of us who work with him. Please join us for this very special event.

Staten Island friends, don’t miss your chance to hear the Brahms Requiem locally before we take it to Manhattan!

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Staten Island Philharmonic Presents Brahms Requiem (a concert for Louie)

Monday, June 12, 2017, 8pm
Tribeca Performing Arts Center
199 Chambers St. @ West St.
Tickets $20 (212) 220-1460
tickets.tribecapac.org

Conducted by José Alejandro Guzmán

Featuring:
Richmond Choral Society, Marina Alexander, Musical Director
Arcadian Chorale, Marina Alexander, Musical Director
Brookdale Concordia Chorale, John Balme & Cynthia Springsteen Balme, Directors

A portion of the proceeds from this concert will benefit the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation.  For more information, please see siphilharmonic.org or email siphilharmonic@aol.com.  Thank you!

Festipalooza 2016!

Join SIPhilharmonic for Festipalooza 2016! Fun, family-friendly, and FREE concert of your favorite holiday tunes, including an audience sing-along. If you are able, please bring non-perishable food items to share with our friends at Project Hospitality. See you there!

When: Sunday, December 18, 2016 — 2pm

Where: Zion Lutheran Church, 505 Watchouge Rd.

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Staten Island Stars!

Come hear “Staten Island Stars,” a concert celebrating music education and music educators! This Sunday, November 13, 3 pm in Springer Concert Hall at the College of Staten Island. One of our featured soloists is Joseph Loposky, trumpet player extraordinaire, and chair of the music department at Xaverian High School in Brooklyn. This concert is co-sponsored by CSI’s Performing and Creative Arts Department Music Program and Staten Island Philharmonic. Tickets are $30/$20/$10, and available by calling the Staten Island Philharmonic, 917-545-8266 or the CSI Box Office, 718-982-ARTS (2787). Don’t miss it!

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The British Are Coming…Again!

Our British Invasion concerts were so well-received last Labor Day Weekend, that we are bringing them back with all-new selections from the Beatles, Queen, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and much more! Performed with special guests, Staten Island’s Voices of Experience and Brooklyn’s Dyker Heights Singers. Saturday, September 3, 4 pm, at the Conference House (south end of Hylan Blvd.) and Sunday, September 4, 4 pm at the Alice Austen House (north end of Hylan Blvd.) Fun, family-friendly, and free! Bring a lawn chair. Look forward to seeing you!
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National Parks 100th Anniversary!

Thursday, August 25, 2016 is the 100th anniversary of our National Parks. Celebrate this historic occasion with SI Philharmonic, the National Park Service, and SI OutLOUD with a grand concert celebration, 6:00 pm, at Ft. Wadsworth. SI Phil, conducted by Army Bandmaster CW4 Russell Houser, will present a musical tour of National Park highlights from around the USA, with narration provided by the fine folks from SI OutLOUD. Selections will include John Williams’ “Liberty Fanfare,” the beloved American folk song “Shenandoah,” “A New Birth of Freedom,” and “Prayer of Eleanor Roosevelt.” This outdoor performance is family-friendly, free, and open to all. Bring your own lawn chair. For more information, please email us—siphilharmonic@aol.com.

 

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American Salute 2016!

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Concerts feature a 40-piece wind ensemble with two community choruses—Staten Island’s Voices of Experience and Brooklyn’s Dyker Singers. Program highlights include a choral medley from “The Wizard of Oz,” and the world premiere of “American March,” by Dr. Howard Fox. Conductor is Dr. Raymond Wheeler, music department chair, Stuyvesant High School.

Bring a lawn chair, bring a picnic, bring the whole family!  Saturday, July 2, 4 pm, Carousel for All Children, Willowbrook Park; Sunday, July 3, 4 pm, The Conference House; Monday, July 4, 6 pm, Alice Austen House. See you there!

Festipalooza 2015!

Feel good! Do good! Spread joy! Join Staten Island Philharmonic Winds for a concert of holiday favorites old and new. Conducted by US Army Bandmaster Russell Houser, we will also be joined by guest choruses Voices of Experience and Dyker Singers, as well as vocal soloist Ann Marie Akash and YOU, our audience, for a special sing-along. A portion of the proceeds from the concert will go to our friends at Project Hospitality, who help make happier lives for Staten Islanders all year long. Reserve your tickets today by emailing siphilharmonic@aol.com or calling 917-545-8266. $15 general admission, with discounts available for seniors, students and groups.

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