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The Oregon Symphony Presents:


Tune in every Monday and Wednesday at 10 am on Facebook, Instagram, or our website to watch one-minute videos from Oregon Symphony musicians. You may hear them play a favorite piece (often with unexpected visitors), they may share music that perhaps you’ll enjoy as well, or it may simply be a “day in the life of…”






2020/21 Season Update

After evaluating guidance and information shared by Governor Brown and state health officials in regards to large gatherings of people in public spaces, Oregon Symphony concerts scheduled through December 31, 2020, are canceled. Oregon Symphony plans to resume live performances in January 2021. 

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Help Us Keep the Music Playing

We need music in our lives, now more than ever. It’s crucial that your Oregon Symphony continues to innovate and evolve, finding new ways to connect our community through incredible music. We ask you to be here for us, so that we can be here for you – as we have been for nearly 125 years. 

Watch Symphony Storytime Now

Enjoy Symphony Storytime, a fun and unique series from the Oregon Symphony designed for pre-K through elementary aged children. All 13 episodes are now available, for free.

2021 Oregon Symphony Special Concerts

These 11 concerts, which begin in January 2021, include An African American Requiem (Portland composer Damien Geter’s musical response to violence against African Americans), as well as performance artist Taylor Mac, Chris Botti, and the Academy Award-winning animated film UP with the Oregon Symphony.

Watch the Essential Sounds Season Finale: Community

Join us for a collective musical celebration of the people who are essential in our lives. 

Music Director Carlos Kalmar’s Mondays with the Maestro

In partnership with Artslandia, we’re launching a new weekly digital series hosted by Music Director Carlos Kalmar. Every Monday during Artslandia’s Happy Hour broadcast at 5 pm, Carlos will explore the connections between emotionality and music. 

Ask a Musician with Oregon Symphony’s Norman Huynh

If you could ask a classically trained musician any question, what would it be? What’s their favorite piece, of all time, to perform? Or, simply, what do they do in their free time for fun? Watch as Associate Conductor Norman Huynh poses your questions to one of Oregon Symphony’s musicians. 

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In the Community

Each year the Oregon Symphony in Salem discovers more ways to reach more people, both in the concert hall and beyond.

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