Celebrating 93 years.

The Greater Fall River Symphony Society is dedicated to bringing quality music to the community. We hope you will join us as we celebrate our 92nd season.

Committed to Our Community.

Our community orchestra is made up of amateur and professional musicians with one common goal: to share our passion for music with our community and each other.

Scholarship Opportunities.

High school seniors who have performed with the symphony for at least one year are eligible to apply for a college scholarship. Applicants must be participating in music at college but do not have to major in music to apply. If you are interested in contributing to our scholarship fund, please contact us.

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2017-2018 is our 93rd season!


Concert Dates for 2017-2018 Season:

October 29 2017 - The Enigma
December 10, 2017 - The Gift
March 4, 2018 - The Titan
May 20, 2018 - The Heavens


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Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center Theater
Bristol Community College

December 10, 2017 - The Gift

Holiday Pops Concert

Conductor: Douglas McRay Daniels with SouthCoast Community Chorus, directed by Frank Wilhelm


The concert will open with the Waltz of the Flowers from Tschaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite. They will also play the Rimsky-Korsakov Christmas Eve Suite, a set of pieces from an opera written in the 1890’s, including fantastic beasts, Russian Christmas music and a ride on the devil’s back to the palace of the Tsar! With the South Coast Community Chorus they will play A Musicological Journey Through the Twelve Days of Christmas, by Ohio composer Craig Courtney, which turns the familiar carol about such unusual Christmas gifts as a partridge in a pear tree into a lesson in the history of Western music. It begins with a medieval Gregorian chant version of the carol and proceeds in 12 steps to the modern world. There also will be innovative arrangements of standards such as Do you Hear what I hear, White Christmas and the First Noel, and they will end with Cambridge, MA Composer Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Ride, where all the children in the audience can come up on stage and help by ringing bells.


Adults: $20  Child/Student: $5

Adults: $15 if purchased in advance from FRSO, P. O. Box 9034, Fall River, MA 02720


Refreshments will be served.