Winner Announced in CVSO’s Young Artist Competition
CVSO is pleased to announce that the winner of the 33rd Chippewa Valley Symphony Young Artist Competition is pianist Sophia Jiang! Sophia entered the competition playing a portion of Maurice Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G major. Congratulations to Sophia and all of the fantastic finalists!
Runners up in the competition were Richelle Shi of Long Grove, Ill. (piano), second place; Nicholas Boettcher of Naperville, Ill. (double bass), third place; Diana McGrory of Menlo Park, Cal., (flute), fourth place; and Ruth Conry of Duluth (violin) in fifth place.
46th Season – 2020-2021
For the safety of our patrons, musicians, and staff, the Chippewa Valley Symphony’s 2020-2021 season has transitioned to virtual offerings. Check the Music tab on our website to see the video series “Local Color: A Celebration of Local Art and Music” and to enjoy the “A Wreath of Carols” virtual Christmas concert.
47th Season – 2021-2022
We hope to invite live audiences back to Pablo Center at the Confluence during the fall of 2021 to open CVSO’s 47th season. While we are hard at work planning a full season, the ability to host in-person concerts will be dependent on public health conditions and the re-opening of the Pablo Center. We expect to make further announcements about the upcoming season later this spring.
Support the Symphony
Chippewa Valley Symphony always relies on the generosity of our donors, and that is especially true this season. Checks to CVSO can be sent to 402 Graham Ave., Suite 205, Eau Claire, WI 54701. Donations can also be made online by clicking the Donate button below. Thank you to all our supporters who help us bring music you love by people you know to the Chippewa Valley!