Occasional performs halloween:  FAUST (2017)

The Occasional Symphony performed the annual Halloween extravaganza with W.F. Murnau's classic, Faust.

together we remember (2017)

Occasional Symphony performed at the community vigil for victims of genocide to inspire action for memory, justice, and peace.

BROS Swanktacular (2017)

Occasional Symphony and the Baltimore Rock Opera Society joined forces to raise funds for the BROS forever home!

Among the Sounds of the Night (2017)

Occasional Symphony hosted the night of entertainment, food, drink, and music about the darker side of love! The evening was filled with romantic classics and modern masterworks, featuring powerful songs by Gyorgy Ligeti, Samuel Barber, and Christopher Cerrone. Performances by renowned sopranos Melissa Wimbish and Danielle Buonaiuto, and singer, songwriter Sunny Cowell delivered her own beautiful melodies and tunes.

Occasional performs halloween:  Phantom of the opera (2016)

The Occasional Symphony performed the annual Halloween extravaganza with the Lon Cheney classic, Phantom of the Opera. Featuring the music of Ruby FultonJenny BeckNatalie DraperScott MillerJoshua BornfieldAlexa Rinn, and Christopher Ciampoli, as well as Mozart, Puccini, Brahms, Debussy Wagner, Verdi, Stravinsky, Ravel, and the brilliant voice of the fire-clad Melissa Wimbish!

Rise (2016)

"Rise, a collaboration with the poet Tameka Cage Conley, bears witness to civil rights in America at a fraught moment in our history. A 40-minute reflection on the journey from Selma to Ferguson and beyond, the work is at once a celebration and a reckoning, the Civil Rights Movement of the 20th century refracted through the unimaginable triumphs and horrors – the election of the first African-American president, juxtaposed with the deaths of young black men at the hands of law enforcement officers – of the 21st."

Judah Adashi, composer

Chamber Music Concert Series (2016)

Masquerade (2015)

After a standing-room-only Halloween concert, the Occasional Symphony combined the arts of music and dance at a Masquerade. Inside Hampden's historically hip Church and Company, conductors Joshua Hong and Joon Choi invited the audience to dance to masterful waltzes composed by Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Berlioz, Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Berg, Webern, and more - our performance included a premiere written by OS alumnus Scott Lee. 

Nosferatu: A symphony of Horror (2015)

Occasional Symphony performed a live film score to the silent German Expressionist vampire film, Nosferatu. The live score included music by Mahler, Bartók, Sibelius, Wagner, and two world premieres by James Young and Richard Einhorn. The audience and musicians were invited to come in costume.

Occasional Symphony Celebrates Spring (2014)

The Occasional Symphony concluded its festive 2013-2014 season with a rousing celebration of spring. The free one-hour program featured The Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky and the world premiere of Nocturnal by Peabody Conservatory alumnus Scott Lee.

Occasional Symphony Performs Halloween: 
Dr. jerkyll and mr. hyde (2013)

Occasional Symphony Performs Halloween:
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari(2012)

The Occasional Symphony performed a live film score to the silent film, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.

Occasional Symphony Celebrates dr. Seuss' birthday (2012)

The Occasional Symphony celebrated Dr. Seuss' Birthday at Port Discovery, as part of Read Across America.