The Mozart Society Orchestra (MSO), founded in 1984, is Harvard’s premier classical-sized orchestra, enjoying both the intimate music-making of a chamber orchestra and the power of masterpieces usually performed by symphony orchestras. Though musical excellence is its top concern, MSO also boasts one of the most friendly and collegial atmospheres among the musical ensembles on campus.
Come see our Spring 2018 Concert!
For one night only, hear Harvard’s premiere classical orchestra perform timeless classics by Bach, Saint Saens and Tchaikovsky featuring violin soloists Cecilia Yao ’18 and Will Yao ’21 and vocalist Amanda Gonzalez-Piloto. Since 1984, the MSO has entertained Harvard audiences with wide-ranging repertoire and versatile performances. Now under the intrepid directorship of Benjamin Wenzelberg ’21 and Ryan Zhang ’21, MSO seeks to continue its legacy of excellence, presenting a stellar program on April 27th. Join us for The Grand Re-Opening! A evening you simply will not want to miss!