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On Stage

Under the Distinguished Patronage of

Her Honour

The Honourable Judith Guichon, OBC

Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia


Arts, Culture, & Music…

All come alive through an evening with the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra. The entire room is filled with a magical experience evoking so many emotions from our listeners.

See it… hear it… love it…



On the final Friday of November, the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra brought a certain power and panache to its live orchestral performance of The French Connection – Masterworks II at Kelowna Community Theatre.       This buzz worthy concert celebrated the lush and visceral music of the French romantics before the impressionists came onto the scene. The program, as selected by OSO Music Director Rosemary Thomson, included these diverse works:  Les Troyens Chasse royale et orage (Royal Hunt and Storm)…


The Okanagan Symphony Masterworks II

The French Connection

Okanagan Symphony Warms the Romantic Heart

Heated passion. Lovers walking hand in hand down tiny tree-lined streets. The Eiffel Tower. This weekend the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra invited us to join them on that walk with their second concert in their Masterworks series, The French Connection: Music from the French Romantics.


We bring the magic of live orchestral music to people of all ages throughout the Okanagan.

Striving for artistic brilliance by offering concert experiences that excite, enlighten and entertain. We will connect with our communities by awakening their imagination and encouraging a love for live orchestral music through outreach and education programs and all forms of media. We invite the people in the Okanagan to engage in lifelong connections with the orchestra, while achieving financial sustainability through appropriate policies and practices.


The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra began modestly as a small group of enthusiasts meeting in Penticton in the fall of 1959. The orchestra gave its first concerts in March 1960 in Kelowna, Penticton, Revelstoke and Vernon. The first resident musician was engaged in 1974. Now in its 58th year, the orchestra has developed from being a largely amateur organization to being the third largest professional orchestra in British Columbia. We are a major employer of professional musicians in the region and as such, we contribute significantly to the musical life of the area.  Read more….

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