PEORIA, IL – The Peoria Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce PSO Play. For the first time in the PSO’s history, concerts will be available to view online. Starting at just $1, viewers can pay what they like to see the first three concerts of the PSO’s 123rd season: The Four Seasons with Charles Yang, violin; Merry Pranks with Pei-yeh Tsai, piano, and Sarah Carrillo, trumpet; and A Season of Hope, featuring festive music and messages of hope from area faith leaders.
Regarding the launch of PSO Play, Maestro Stelluto comments:
“The streaming releases of our first three concerts this season is a first for the PSO. I’m very happy we can all share these experiences again. Plus, they are great opportunities to have your young ones enjoy and learn about music.”
The concerts are now available to purchase and view an unlimited number of times until January 25, 2021. Concert passes must be purchased by January 24, 2021. Each concert has additional online streaming content, including Backstage Pass, a look at how PSO concerts come together, Upbeat, with insights about each concert from Maestro Stelluto, and more. Visit peoriasymphony.org/psoplay for more information.
PSO Play is underwritten by Jim and Ede Kidder and Dr. and Mrs. Warren M. Wilkins.
You can stay informed about the PSO by visiting peoriasymphony.org, the PSO’s Facebook page (facebook.com/peoriasymphony), Instagram account (@peoriasymphony), and Twitter (@peoriasymphony). Those with questions can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 309.671.1096.
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Founded in 1897, the Peoria Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to entertain, educate, and inspire through music. The PSO presents excellent live musical performances, innovative music education programs, and engaging community outreach efforts, which significantly impact the cultural and economic vitality of Central Illinois.
more information, please contact:
Mae Gilliland Wright, PhD
Director of Marketing and Communications