MISSION

To enrich the lives of children through great music, educational outreach programs, instrument instruction and the CSO Young Composer Competition

 

To provide Carroll County with a professional orchestra, thereby increasing the area's attractiveness to current and future residents

 

To promote the creation and performance of new music

SUPPORT THE CSO

Become a member of the Carroll Symphony Orchestra Guild and help us make beautiful music!

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This exceptional concert band is open to anyone who played a band instrument in high school or college.  We rehearse each Tuesday evening at 7:00pm and perform over 30 concerts a year throughout our community.

Carrollton Wind Ensemble

E V E N T S​

CSO Music Camp at Carrollton Center for the Arts

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A week of learning, connecting and performing with members of the Carroll Symphony Orchestra. Campers study a major instrument and learn music history, theory and composition. Participants are asked to bring their instrument. Those interested in string instruments can bring their own, however, the center will have violins available. The camp fee covers five days of lessons with a CSO Academy instructor. Additional lessons can be scheduled throughout the summer after camp is over.  For more information or to register, call 770-838-1083.  Registration cut off is June 13th.


Ages: 6 – 18
Member: $75; Non-Member: $85
Directors: Terry Lowry & Samantha Lester

New album to support CSO outreach programs in local schools

Carroll Symphony Orchestra Conductor Terry Lowry and Concertmaster Edward Eanes have released an amazing album of Beethoven sonatas.  The cost is $20 and all proceeds go to support the CSO outreach programs in our local schools.  You can purchase yours at the Carrollton Center for the Arts or at Sous Chef.  You will love the music on this CD!  It includes the Moonlight Sonata and the Appassionata, among others.  Enjoy great music while supporting the CSO and music education in our local schools.