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Digital Program Books & Notes

 

Winter Issue


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This issue contains the December 2022 and January 2023 concert information.

Learn more about: Beethoven's Ninth - December 3, 4 & 5, 2022
Program Notes - Beethoven's Ninth
LARGE PRINT Program Booklet

Learn more about: RACH & the Hollywood Sound - January 21, 22 & 23, 2023
Program Notes - RACH & the Hollywood Sound
LARGE PRINT Program Booklet

 

 



FALL ISSUE



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This issue contains the October and November 2022 concert information.

Learn more about: Fantastique! - October 1, 2 & 3, 2022
Program Notes - Fantastique!

Learn more about: Jazz Greats & Tchaikovsky - November 5, 6 & 7, 2022
Program Notes - Jazz Greats & Tchaikovsky
LARGE PRINT Program Notes
Bella Hristova Bio
LARGE PRINT Bella Hristova Bio


For the 2022-2023 Season, the program books will be mailed to 7-concert series subscribers only and will not be available at the concerts. This digital book is the full, 68-page version. Please persue read full artist bios, program notes and support the companies that support the Symphony!

 

Why is the Symphony going digital with the program book?

  • Lower cost to publish, Digital program books cost less to publish and distribute than printed program books. Without those traditional production costs, including paper, ink, shipping, and labor, digital program books are an affordable option. By reducing the number of books we are producing, the Symphony is significantly reducing costs.
  • Reduce waste, The old paper publishing model produces tremendous waste, starting with the excess program books many organizations order with the hopes of entirely sold-out houses. Hundreds of unused printed books end up being discarded. On top of that, many program books are forgotten or left behind by patrons, adding to that waste. Digital program books have a completely virtual footprint and effectively eliminate this waste.
  • Reducing our carbon footprint, by printing just enough books for our 7-concert series subscribers, in this small way, we are doing our part to help the environment.

 

Spring ISSUE

Coming mid-February and will contain the February, March and May concerts.






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