Celebrating 90 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 90th 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.

Previous Next

Join Our Orchestra


Read more about joining our orchestra.


In The News

 Herald News 9-21-13 article
 Herald News 9-20-13 article
 Herald News 10-23-13 article
 Herald News 12-4-13  article

 Herald News 2-19-14 article
 Herald News 4-10-14 article
 Herald News 6-15-14 article
 Herald News 12-11-14 article



 


2014-2015 is our 90th season! 

Douglas McRay Daniels, our new music director, has exciting plans for our orchestra.

Concert dates are October 26 and December 14, 2014, March 1 and May 3, 2015.

Go to "Subscribe" for a full program listing.
March 1, 2015
Music of Glinka, Sibelius, Grieg and the Dvorak Cello Concerto with Cherry Kim, soloist
Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center Theater
Bristol Community College

Cellist, Cherry Kim

Known for her heartfelt musicianship, Korean cellist Cherry Kim’s musical activities and interests are extensive. She has appeared as soloist with the Plano Symphony Orchestra and Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra and performed solo and chamber music concerts in Boston, Dallas, Houston, Salt Lake City, Toronto, in China and Ukraine. Other special performances include collaboration with violinist Cho-Liang Lin, Cerberus Ensemble, Toronto Music Garden concert series, Artists of the Royal Conservatory Ensemble, Underground Railway Theater, and the Boston New Music Initiative.