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Our Upcoming Season

We are truly excited about our upcoming 70th season. We are finalizing details and will officially post our Season details soon. Check back for more information on this and our Summer Lunchtime Concert series. Thank you for your continued support!

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70th Season Sneak Preview

Check out a sneak preview of our 2018/2019 Season – our 70th! Tickets for current Season Ticket holders wishing to renew their current seats will go on sale on Monday, May 21. Simply return the order form in our season brochure. Tickets for the general public will go on sale on August 6. Watch for […]

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New! BCSO Calendars

Check out our new Butler County Symphony 2018 Calendars. Each page includes symphony history and photos from past seasons. Get yours at the symphony office, 259 South Main Street in Butler. The cost is $12 each. For an additional $2.50 shipping and handling (for each calendar), we will mail it to you. Supplies are limited. […]

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Butler County Symphony Opens 69th Season with Brahms

The Butler County Symphony Orchestra will open its 69th season on Saturday, October 7 at 7:30 pm at the Butler Intermediate High School. A pre-concert lecture will be given by Music Director and Conductor, Matthew Kraemer at 6:30. The concert, “All Brahms” will feature some of the most loved works by Johannes Brahms including Hungarian […]

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17/18 Season Brochure

Check out our new 17/18 Season brochure that shows our concerts for next season. Due to a transition of office staff, tickets for current subscribers can be renewed beginning June 5. Tickets for the general public will go on sale on August 7. Join us for our 17/18 season – Worlds Apart and thanks for […]

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Symphony Idol Program

We appreciate the continuous support of our donors and business community. Without you, we could not continue to provide high quality, family entertainment. Some pages are missing from our Symphony Idol program booklet. We apologize for this omission. Here is a link to the complete booklet.  

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Day of Giving 2016

The Butler County Symphony Association will be participating in the Pittsburgh Foundation’s Day of Giving on Tuesday, May 3. This year will once again feature a special event geared toward Butler and Westmoreland Counties. Donations of $25 -$1,000 made on May 3 to the Butler County Symphony Association through the Pittsburgh Foundation’s website will also receive matching […]

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Butler County Symphony Presents Unique Program; Connects Language Arts and Music

The Butler County Symphony Orchestra has partnered with The Butler Area School District to present a unique educational outreach program for elementary students aged Kindergarten through third grade in each of the eleven elementary schools within the district. “The ABC’s of Symphonies,” a program designed by Music Director and Conductor MatthewKraemer will feature 15 members […]

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Opening Night – España

The Butler County Symphony opens its 66th season on Saturday, October 4 with “España” – an evening featuring Spanish selections and composers. The concert begins at 7:30 pm and will be held at the Butler Intermediate High School, 551 Fairground Hill Road in Butler. Tickets are available at the Symphony office, 259 South Main Street […]

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Sophia S. Lee

Sophia S. Lee, native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a rapidly rising star in the harp world. She is a current student of Gretchen Van Hoesen, Principal Harpist of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO). At just fifteen years old, she has swept several first prizes including the 2013 American Harp Society National Competition Intermediate I Division […]

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