British Invasion 2022!

Don’t miss the last blasts of summer! Join us for the Staten Island Philharmonic’s “British Invasion” concerts – Saturday, Sept. 3, 4 pm at Zion Lutheran Church, and Sunday, Sept. 4, 4 pm at Conference House Park. Music includes the Beatles, James Bond, and lots more! And it’s FREE! Bring a lawn chair and refreshments. More info: 917-783-2957. See you there!

America, the Beautiful 🇺🇸

Join the Staten Island Philharmonic tomorrow evening, Thursday, August 25, 6:30 pm at Fort Wadsworth for “America, the Beautiful,” an All-American concert celebrating National Park Service Founders’ Day. Music of John Williams, Aaron Copland, Ferde Grofe, and lots more. And it’s FREE! Bring a lawn chair and refreshments. See you there!

American Salute 2022! 🇺🇸

Join us this weekend for three performances of Staten Island Philharmonic’s American Salute 2022! Program will include selections from “West Side Story,” a world premiere by Staten Island composer Howard Fox, a salute to the armed forces, and much more. And it’s FREE! Bring a lawn chair, bring refreshments, bring your friends! On Monday, July 4th, Snug Harbor will also have vendors selling crafts, and Harbor Eats will be open for refreshments.

Ukrainian Heritage Concert

Join the Staten Island Philharmonic this Sunday, June 26, 6 pm, on the South Meadow Stage at Snug Harbor, for a great concert featuring music by Ukrainian-born composer Sergei Prokofiev. The first half includes the classic musical tale “Peter and the Wolf!” Bring a lawn chair, bring refreshments, bring all your friends!

This concert is a collaboration with the Dorothy Delson Kuhn Music Institute of the Joan & Alan Bernikow Jewish Community Center. It is sponsored, in part, by public funding from the New York City Council Cultural Immigrant Initiative, through the office of Councilman Steven Matteo, and by good friends like YOU!

MEMORIAL DAY 2022!

Join the Staten Island Philharmonic Winds this weekend, Saturday, May 28, 4 pm, Zion Lutheran Church and Sunday, May 29, 4 pm, Conference House Park. Music by Aaron Copland, John Williams, a world premiere by Staten Island composer Howard Fox, and more! Bring a lawn chair, refreshments, and the whole family. Oh, and it’s FREE!

ELEGY FOR ALEX

Please join the Staten Island Philharmonic for a FREE concert tribute to our founding music director, Alex Guzman, who passed away last year. If you didn’t know Alex, you missed a fine musician and a wonderful, bright, funny, loyal, and loving guy. Program will include 2 pieces by Staten Island composer Howard Fox, Casey at the Bat (Alex was a shortstop) narrated by Louis Bruschi, An Alex Portrait, and Dvorak Symphony No. 8. We’re asking folks to reserve FREE tickets at eventbrite.com, so we’ll know how many people to expect. Please help us spread the word–it’s going to be a great concert!

*Proof of COVID vaccination no longer required*

FESTIPALOOZA 2021!

Please join the Staten Island Philharmonic for our annual FESTIPALOOZA!

Sunday, December 12th at 2pm

Jewish Community Center- Bernikow, 1466 Manor Road

One great concert with music from every holiday. It’s fun, family-friendly, and FREE!! Make your holidays brighter!

(Mask and proof of vaccination required)


DAY OF THE DEAD CONCERT

Bring your bones on down to the Staten Island Philharmonic’s Day of the Dead concert! Saturday, October 30, 4 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 505 Watchogue Rd. Costumes encouraged. Lots of great music and treats. And it’s FREE!

2021 COVID Memorial Concert

Please join us for this wonderful, FREE concert–SI Philharmonic’s gift to our Staten Island community to offer healing and hope. Our program includes two world premieres–“Threnody,” by Howard Fox, based on a poem by Jonathan Foc, and “Hope is the Thing With Feathers,” by Steve Liotta, based on a poem by Emily Dickinson. Four wonderful singers will join us for this event–Jeannine Otis, Emily Okaah, John Griffin, and Larry Marshall, performing inspirational songs, like “You Raise Me Up,” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” The program also includes the Faure “Pavene,” Barber’s “Adagio for Strings,” and excerpts from Elgar’s “Enigma Variations.” The performance will be conducted by Scott Jackson Wiley. 

Beautiful music in a beautiful setting–it doesn’t get better than this! Reserve your FREE tickets today. Seating is limited for effective social distancing, so don’t delay! All performers and audience members must be vaccinated. Masks are optional. Thank you for your support!

British Invasion 2021!

Join us Saturday 9/4, 4 pm, at Zion Lutheran Church and Sunday 9/5, 4 pm, at the Conference House Park, for our 2021 British Invasion Concerts. Great music from folk tunes to the Beatles! It’s FREE, and great for kids–they don’t have to sit still! Bring a lawn chair, refreshments, and enjoy.