Due to public health concerns and in the interest of the safety of our guests and musicians, the remaining concerts in the 2019-2020 season have been canceled. This effects:
Brahms in Spring, scheduled for Saturday, March 14
Happy Birthday, Beethoven!, scheduled for Friday, May 8
Tickets will be refunded at point-of-sale; credit card transactions will be refunded automatically, and cash refunds will be available in the form of a mailed check through the Pablo Center box office and can be arranged via phone: Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. If you have questions, please contact the box office by phone at 715.832.ARTS (2787) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would be grateful for your support during this challenging time for our organization. To donate online, use the Paypal button below. Checks can be sent to Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra, 402 Graham Ave., Suite 402, Eau Claire, WI 54701. Thank you!
Announcing: The 32nd Annual Chippewa Valley Symphony Young Artist Competition
We invite musicians ages 14-18 to compete for cash prizes and an opportunity to perform with the Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra.
The deadline to apply is May 1, 2020.
Finals will be held May 31, 2020. We currently plan to have in-person finals at Pablo Center at the Confluence in Eau Claire. However, we will keep entrants up-to-date with any plans to hold the finals remotely due to the current public health situation in our region.
The winner’s performance with the Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra will be October 17, 2020 at Pablo Center at the Confluence. The winner will also receive a $1300 prize.
For more information, see:
Please feel free to submit your entries using prerecorded accompaniment or even if you do not have access to an accompanist.
Please join us to celebrate our 45th season of performing dazzling symphonic music. We are thrilled to perform two of Brahms’ concertos with world-class soloists Richard Lin, Gold Medalist of the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis and Kenneth Broberg, Silver Medalist of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. We cherish the holiday spirit with favorite Christmas classics including “The Nutcracker”, with an elegant ballet performance by the dancers of Diamond School of Dance. Don’t miss “Peter and the Wolf”, the most beloved masterpiece for young audiences at the February concert. The Chippewa Valley Festival Choir will join us to celebrate Mr. Beethoven’s 250th birthday, performing his mighty “The Ninth Symphony”. Please come to experience the power of live music!
NOBUYOSHI YASUDA, Music Director
Learn more about this great season by viewing our
2019-20 Season brochure – Celebrating the Confluence.