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Carson City Symphony was founded in 1984 as the Carson City Chamber Orchestra and gave its first concert in October that year. It is a community orchestra open to amateur and volunteer professional musicians. Members come from all walks of life and have ranged from elementary school students to senior citizens. The Symphony performs five or more concerts each year for audiences in Carson City. It also has performed in Minden, Gardnerville, Fallon, South Lake Tahoe, and Virginia City. We play many works by contemporary composers and have commissioned and premiered several pieces.

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Joyful Noise - A Holiday Treat Concert
Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020

Photograph of John & Cherie Shipley

UPDATE 12/3/2020: Because of new COVID-19 concerns and government directives established Dec. 1, this event will not be performed in front of a live audience. The event, however, will be available for free via Facebook. There will be no ticket sales. If you previously purchased tickets, your money will be refunded.

It's a Holiday Treat for all - a feast of seasonal and holiday entertainment in many styles! The Carson City Symphony Association presents "Joyful Noise - A Holiday Treat" concert on Sunday, December 13, 2020, at 5:00 p.m., in the Bob Boldrick Theater at the Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William Street. The in-person audience will be limited in keeping with COVID-19 safety guidelines, and the concert will also be live-streamed free.

Tickets for the in-person concert are $18 General Admission, $10 age 6 to 12, and free 5 and under. Enjoy safely - social distancing and masks are required. Tickets may be reserved by email at CarsonCitySymphony@gmail.com or purchased in advance online via SQUARE. Tickets will not be sold at the door. The live-stream is free at Facebook.com/CarsonCitySymphony.

David Bugli, conductor of Carson City Symphony, said, "We want to present an entertaining, live holiday concert, as we have for the past 36 years. Since we can't fill the stage with dozens of instrumental musicians, singers, and dancers this year, we're excited to collaborate and bring the holiday spirit to the community." "Joyful Noise - A Holiday Treat" concert, features John and Cherie Shipley with their Joyful Noise Chorus and Band. John and Cherie have been performing "Joyful Noise" concerts each December since 2002.

The show is a potpourri of music styles - jazz, rock, country, and traditional. The choice of tunes is also a wide variety of pretty ballads, toe tappers, funny songs, and a bit of holiday standards. Cherie Shipley said, "We love to have a mix of energies and dynamics! The band is led by John on keyboard, with Mark Ashworth on drums, and Tommy Stiles on steel guitar and dobro. We welcome back to our show Special Guest Entertainer Catherine Matovich on violin/fiddle." The Joyful Noise Chorus members, providing harmonies and fun props, are Laura Briggs, Marilyn Erickson, Laura Hale, Kathy Hannah, and Mark Sturdivant.

This concert is supported, in part, by public funds through grants from the Carson City Cultural Commission; the Nevada Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts; Nevada Division of Tourism, and by private donations. For more information, see CCSymphony.com or call the Symphony at 775-883-4154.

Photo: John and Cherie Shipley will perform "Joyful Noise - A Holiday Treat" concert December 13.

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We invite you to see our little promotional video on YouTube. The video is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvM54USmcLI.



Remembering Kathie Linn Davidson
August 22, 1942 - November 5, 2020

Photograph of Kathie Davidson

Posted Nov. 25, 2020
Kathie Davidson, a member of the Carson Chamber Singers and Consort Canzona, died on Nov. 5, 2020. She had been singing with our vocal ensembles since 2012.

Kathie was born in Hollywood, California, on August 22, 1942. She graduated from Hollywood High School, and had the honor of singing in the multi-school chorus for the 1960 Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley. In the ensuing years, Kathie and her sister, Penny - also a singer with our vocal ensembles - were studio singers for motion pictures, such as "Flower Drum Song," "Bye Bye Birdie," "Camelot," and "The Greatest Story Ever Told."

After moving to the Tahoe area, Kathie sang in many choirs; she loved choral music of all kinds. She also was the bookkeeper for Rainbow Mountain Ski Shops at Lake Tahoe.

Kathie is survived by her two sisters, two daughters, and four grandchildren. We miss her spirit and sense of humor.

Photo taken at the Consort Canzona concert at Shepherd of the Sierra, Dec. 2019.



Carson Chamber Singers Planning Virtual Video
on Sweelinck's "Hodie Cristus natus est"
Announcement: Friday, Nov. 6, 2020

Photograph of Sweelinck

The Carson Chamber Singers, under the direction of Ricky Hutton, are planning a virtual video recording of Jan Pieterszoom Sweelinck's "Hodie Cristus natus est" with brass quintet. Sweelinck (pronounced "SWAY-link") was a Dutch organist, composer, and pedagogue who lived from 1562 to 1621. His musical style reflects the end of the Renaissance and the beginning of the Baroque era. In addition to being a choral composer, he was a major influence on the development of the north German keyboard (organ) style. His fame was such that he was the only non-English composer whose works appeared in the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, a highly influential volume among keyboard publications.

For those involved in this project, there is a resource page at http://ccsymphony.com/hodie2020.htm.

Picture: Dutch composer Jan Pieterszoom Sweelinck



Carson City Symphony Announces
Project Euterpe - Episode 8 - Gibson-Rosen Violin Duo
Media Release: Oct. 30, 2020

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Carson City Symphony Association announces release of Project Euterpe - Episode 8, Gibson-Rosen Violin Duo. This episode features Laura Gibson and Emma Rosen, a mother-daughter team on violins. Laura is Associate Concertmaster with the Carson City Symphony and Assistant Conductor of the Symphony Youth Strings program. Emma, who also plays clarinet, is a graduate of the Youth Strings program and is a sophomore at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. They are performing two duets by Franz Joseph Haydn, "Allegro spirituoso," based on String Quartet No. 40, Op. 99, and "Presto," based on String Quartet No. 23, Op. 99.

The video can be seen on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxOwNbHQIQw and via Facebook at facebook.com/CarsonCitySymphony.

"Because we can't currently perform live, in person, we are producing a series of video episodes as a gift to the community. We showcase the talents of our local artists, ensembles, and guest artists," said Conductor Bugli. "These episodes, named Project Euterpe ("you-TER-pee") after the Greek muse of music and lyric poetry, include excerpts from past concerts, solo and small ensemble performances, previews of things to come, and master classes taught by guest soloists."

Carson City Symphony ensembles hope to return to regular performances in the future. Meanwhile, they invite the public to enjoy Project Euterpe videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVti_Ih_3sSvQcC_jaljuYw. Links to episodes are also available on the Symphony website CCSymphony.com and posted via the Facebook page at facebook.com/CarsonCitySymphony.

For more information on Carson City Symphony, its educational programs and performing groups, see CCSymphony.com.

Photo: Project Euterpe Episode 7 - Edith Isidoro-Mills and Michelle Powers.



Carson City Symphony Association Announces
Fifth Annual Scholarship for Music Education

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Media Release - Nov. 1, 2020: The Carson City Symphony Association announces the fifth annual instrumental music scholarship for Carson City students age 5 to 17. The scholarship was established by a generous gift from Jennifer and John Webley in memory of Rosemary Nebesky, former board member and friend of the Carson City Symphony Association.

The award of $250 to $1,000 is to further the student's music education. It can be used, for example, for lessons, workshop, summer camp, master class, etc. To qualify, a student must live in Carson City, attend school in Carson City, or study with a music teacher in Carson City. For this year, lessons can be in person or remote. Funds will be paid to the teacher or program, not to the individual applicant.

The application form can by downloaded from the Symphony website, CCSymphony.com, and may be available from school music teachers. Completed applications and supporting documents will be accepted by the Symphony at P.O. Box 2001, Carson City, NV 89702-2001, and must be received by Monday, November 23, 2020.

For more information, contact the Symphony at 775-883-4154.

Click HERE to download application form.



Follow this link to the "Hank Monk Schottische"
Virtual Video Project Resource Page

This link is for use by Carson City Symphony musicians and others participating in the "Hank Monk Schottische" Virtual Video Project. The goal of this project was to create a virtual video during the COVID-19 pandemic involving members of the Carson City Symphony (and other invited performers) utilizing the "Hank Monk Schottische," a composition written by Carson City Composer J.P. Meder (1848-1908). The piece was written to honor Hank Monk (1826-1883), a legandary stage coach driver.
"Hank Monk Schottische" Virtual Video Project



Carson City Symphony Announces
Project Euterpe - Episode 7 - Flute Fun al Fresco
Media Release: Oct. 14, 2020

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Carson City Symphony Association announces release of Project Euterpe Episode 7, Flute Fun al Fresco. It features flutists Edith Isidoro-Mills and Michelle Powers, who played five short pieces while observing social distancing on a lawn. Edith has played flute with the Carson City Symphony since 2003, is a member of the Symphony Assoc. Board, and is the Association's Secretary. Michelle conducts the Symphony's Joyful Noise Carson Children's Choir and is also a member of the Carson Chamber Singers.

The video can be seen on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K793vMqaU6A and via Facebook at facebook.com/CarsonCitySymphony.

"Because we can't currently perform live, in person, we are producing a series of video episodes as a gift to the community. We showcase the talents of our local artists, ensembles, and guest artists," said Conductor Bugli. "These episodes, named Project Euterpe ("you-TER-pee") after the Greek muse of music and lyric poetry, include excerpts from past concerts, solo and small ensemble performances, previews of things to come, and master classes taught by guest soloists."

In this episode Edith & Michelle present the following pieces:
"Adagio" from Sonata No. 1 by Jean Baptiste Loeillet
"Allegro" from Sonata No. 1 by Jean Baptiste Loeillet
"Anglais" by Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach
Theme from Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K.331 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"The Irish Washerwoman" Jig, traditional

Carson City Symphony ensembles hope to return to regular performances in the future. Meanwhile, they invite the public to enjoy Project Euterpe videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVti_Ih_3sSvQcC_jaljuYw. Links to episodes are also available on the Symphony website CCSymphony.com and posted via the Facebook page at facebook.com/CarsonCitySymphony.

For more information on Carson City Symphony, its educational programs and performing groups, see CCSymphony.com.

Photo: Project Euterpe Episode 7 - Edith Isidoro-Mills and Michelle Powers.



Carson City Symphony Announces
Project Euterpe - Episode 6 with Carson Chamber Singers
Media Release: September 10, 2020

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Carson City Symphony Association announces release of Project Euterpe Episode 6 with the Carson Chamber Singers. In this Episode, Choral Conductor Ricky Hutton leads the Carson Chamber Singers in their first virtual performance. Katie Cardoza accompanies the 21-voice choir on organ. The performance can be viewed on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XM57-Ar-y6Q or via the Carson City Symphony's YouTube Channel.

Hutton said he chose Johannes Brahms' "Geistliches Lied (Sacred Song), Op. 30" for the Singers' 2020 Summer Project because "it is a song about endurance during difficult times, perseverance, resilience... something we all can relate to now!" Brahms composed the piece in 1856, at age 23, setting his music to a poem by Paul Flemming (1609-1640).

Carson City Symphony and its associated ensembles have been entertaining people in the Carson City area for 36 seasons. Because they can't currently perform live and in person, they are producing a series of video episodes to showcase the talents of their local artists, ensembles, and guest artists. These episodes, named Project Euterpe ("you-TER-pee") after the Greek muse of music and poetry, include new productions, excerpts from past concerts, solo and small ensemble performances, previews of things to come, and master classes taught by guest soloists.

Carson City Symphony ensembles hope to return to regular performances in the future. Meanwhile, they invite the public to enjoy Project Euterpe videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVti_Ih_3sSvQcC_jaljuYw. Links to episodes are also available on the Symphony website CCSymphony.com and posted on the Facebook page at facebook.com/CarsonCitySymphony.

For more information on Carson City Symphony, its educational programs and performing groups, see CCSymphony.com.

Photo: Project Euterpe Episode 6 - Carson Chamber Singers.



COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Notification
Updated: October 13, 2020

Most Carson City Symphony events and rehearsals are on hold, at least through the end of 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If there will be any changes, we will post them on this website, notify CarsonNow.org, and make efforts to contact all participants. The health of our musicians, audience, and volunteers is our concern. We will be following advice from city/county and medical professionals as we make our decisions.

Carson City Symphony rehearsals are on hold until further notice. In addition, activites of the Carson Chamber Singers, Symphony Youth Strings, Consort Canzona, Not Ready for Carnegia Hall Players (NQR), and Joyful Noise Carson Childrens Choir are on hold or modified to comply with State and local pandemic guidance.

We will be evaluating if there need to be changes to other programs, due to the Coronavirus situation. However, we are hoping to be able to resume rehearsals and plans for events in 2021, if the situation permits.



Carson City Symphony Association presents Project Euterpe
Updated: October 13, 2020

Painting of Euterpe, Muse of Music and Lyric Poetry, by Simon Vouet

The Carson City Symphony and its associated ensembles have been entertaining people in the Carson City area for 36 seasons. Because they can't currently perform live, in person, they are producing a series of once-or-twice-weekly video episodes to showcase the talents of their local artists, ensembles, and guest artists. These episodes, called Project Euterpe ("you-TER-pee"), will include excerpts from past concerts, some solo and small ensemble performances, previews of things to come, and perhaps some of the master classes taught by our guest soloists.

Project Euterpe is named for the muse of music in Greek mythology. She and her eight sisters, the other muses, lived on Mt. Olympus and entertained their father Zeus and the other Olympian gods with their artistry. Symphony Conductor David Bugli said, "Euterpe was known by ancient poets as the 'Giver of delight,' and ancient Greek musicians would call on her aid in composing their lyric poetry and music. So, we are calling on her aid to help us communicate with our audience."

We have set up a YouTube Channel where you can see information on all our episodes. The channel is at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVti_Ih_3sSvQcC_jaljuYw.

Here is some information on our current episodes:

  • Episode 1 - Introduction to Project Euterpe & Macy's "Duality" - Click HERE
    This first episode include a brief piano solo by conductor David Bugli, after which he explains the aims of Project Euterpe. That is followed by an excerpt from Carleton Macy's "Duality for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra," featuring soloist Rhett Bender.
  • Episode 2 - Fanfare for the Family Farm - Click HERE
    In the first part of this episode, Carson City Symphony Conductor David Bugli interviews Lorraine Manatt, head of the Symphony's percussion section. They lightheartedly discuss on Zoom the process of preparing her section for a performance of Gwyneth Walker's "Fanfare for the Family Farm." The section uses some unusual instruments and takes an unusual approach to concert dress. The performance took place on April 28, 2019.
    In the second part, the Symphony performs "Fanfare for the Family Farm." It is a boisterous celebration of life on a family-owned dairy farm. The composer, who used to reside on the Brainstorm Dairy Farm in Braintree, Vermont, wrote this music as an expression of the joy and humor she finds in living on a dairy farm. See Dr. Walker's website at https://www.gwynethwalker.com.
  • Episode 3 - Rimsky-Korsakov String Quartet Plays Borodin - Click HERE
    In this episode, Carson City Symphony Conductor David Bugli presents the Rimsky-Korsakov String Quartet from St. Petersburg, Russia, playing "Nocturne" from Alexander Borodin's String Quarter No. 2. The performance took place in a house recital on March 15, 2019. Members of the quartet are Mikhail Bondarev and Ekaterina Belisova, violin; Alexi Popov, viola; and Anton Andreev, cello. The quartet visited Carson City in March 2019, played a series of concerts, and held a master class at that time. The Symphony was prepared to have the quartet return in March 2020, but with complications from the Coronavirus and other factors, that visit was canceled. We hope to have them return in the fall of 2021.
  • Episode 4 - Tom Miller at 2019 Pops Party - Click HERE
    In this episode, Carson City Symphony Conductor David Bugli interviews entertainer Tom Miller. Tom is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, flutist, saxophonist, and luthier (maker of string instruments), among other things. He was featured soloist on the Symphony's June 9, 2019, Pops Party Concert at Nevada's Capital Amphitheater. The June 14, 2020, live concert had to be canceled; in place, we present Tom performing with the Symphony in 2019 on two arrangements of his original compositions, "Mexicali" and "Somethin' About You." The Carson Chamber Singers, under the direction of guest conductor Ricky Hutton, joined us on the latter to sing and rock out to Tom's great music.
  • Episode 5 - Fathers Day & Papa Haydn - Click HERE
    In this episode, in honor of Fathers Day 2020, we present music by the man considered the "father of the symphony" and the "father of the string quartet," Franz Joseph Haydn. He was a major and revered influence on composers who came after him, including Mozart and Beethoven. His patrons, the Esterhazy family, built a palace in a remote area of what is now Hungary and required Haydn to write many musical works to entertain them and impress their guests. He produced 104 symphonies, over 80 string quartets, numerous operas and masses, and other works.
    This episode features our concertmaster, Dr. Brian Fox, performing the second and third movements of Haydn's First Violin Concerto. The preview, concerning this piece, and concert were recorded Oct. 20, 2019.
  • Episode 6 - Brahms' "Geistliches Lied (Sacred Song), Op. 30" - Click HERE
    In this Episode, Choral Conductor Ricky Hutton leads the Carson Chamber Singers in their first virtual performance. Katie Cardoza accompanies the 21-voice choir on organ. Hutton said he chose Johannes Brahms' "Geistliches Lied (Sacred Song), Op. 30" for the Singers' 2020 Summer Project because "it is a song about endurance during difficult times, perseverance, resilience... something we all can relate to now!"
  • Episode 7 - Flute Fun al Fresco - Click HERE
    This episode features flutists Edith Isidoro-Mills and Michelle Powers. They gathered on a lawn in June 2020 to enjoy playing a few short pieces while observing social distancing. Edith has played flute with the Carson City Symphony since 2003, is a member of the Symphony Assoc. Board, and is the Association's Secretary. Michelle conducts the Symphony's Joyful Noise Carson Children's Choir and is also a member of the Carson Chamber Singers.
    In this episode they present the following pieces:
    "Adagio" from Sonata No. 1 by Jean Baptiste Loeillet
    "Allegro" from Sonata No. 1 by Jean Baptiste Loeillet
    "Anglais" by Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach
    Theme from Sonata No. 11 in A Major, K.331 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    "The Irish Washerwoman" Jig, traditional
  • Episode 8 - Gibson-Rosen Violin Duo - Click HERE
    This episode features Laura Gibson and Emma Rosen, a mother-daughter team on violins. Laura is Associate Concertmaster with the Carson City Symphony and Assistant Conductor of the Symphony Youth Strings program. Emma, who also plays clarinet, is a graduate of the Youth Strings program and is a sophomore at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. They are performing two duets by Franz Joseph Haydn:
    "Allegro spirituoso," based on String Quartet No. 40, Op. 99
    "Presto," based on String Quartet No. 23, Op. 99

Illustration: Painting of Euterpe, Muse of Music and Lyric Poetry, by Simon Vouet.



INFORMATION ON CURRENT 2020-2021 SEASON (37TH SEASON)

  • Sun., Oct. 25, 2020 - 4:00 p.m. - Carson City Symphony Concert at the Community Center with guest conductor and violinist Gabriel Giro.
    EVENT CANCELED
  • Sun., Dec. 13, 2020 - 4:00 p.m. - Carson City Symphony "Joyful Noise - Holiday Treat" Concert at the Community Center.
    Special live & live-streamed event
  • ...further information on 2021 events are pending...

INFORMATION ON PAST 2019-2020 SEASON (36TH SEASON)

  • Sun., Oct. 20, 2019 - 4:00 p.m. - Carson City Symphony Concert at the Community Center with Brian Fox, violin.
  • Sun., Dec. 15, 2019 - 4:00 p.m. - Carson City Symphony "Holiday Treat" Concert at the Community Center.
  • Sun., Feb. 23, 2020 - 4:00 p.m. - Carson City Symphony Concert at the Community Center, with Stephen Caplan, oboe.
  • Sun., April 26, 2020 - 4:00 p.m. - Carson City Symphony Concert at the Community Center, with Andrew Sords, violin.
    EVENT CANCELED
  • Sun., June 14, 2020 - Carson City Symphony Concert Pops Party Concert at the Capital Amphitheater.
    EVENT CANCELED
  • Sat., July 4, 2020 - Carson City Symphony Concert at the Genoa Americana Celebration.
    ALL-DAY EVENT CANCELED

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This season's concerts have been made possible, in part, by a grant from the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. The orchestra is a licensee of ASCAP and BMI, and a member of the Carson City Arts & Culture Coalition (click here) and the League of American Orchestras.

David C. Bugli, Music Director and Conductor, has a Bachelor of Science Degree in music education from Ithaca College, New York, where he studied composition for four years with Karel Husa. He has a Master of Music Degree from the University of Massachusetts. In addition to conducting, he plays classical and jazz piano, tuba, and trombone, and he composes and arranges music. He was also an adjunct faculty at Western Nevada College.

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Contact us:
David C. Bugli, Music Director and Conductor
Carson City Symphony
PO Box 2001
Carson City, NV 89702-2001
Phone: (775) 883-4154
Fax: (775) 883-4371

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Most Symphony rehearsals are on Wednesday nights (late August through late May), 7:00 p.m. to 9:15 p.m., in the band room at Carson High School, 1111 N. Saliman Rd., Carson City. Map.

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The Carson Chamber Singers is a choral group that has been associated with the Carson City Symphony since 1985. The Carson City Symphony Chorus is a larger version of this group.

For chamber music, see the Silver Strings.

For youth string programs, see Symphony Youth Strings (formerly Strings in the Schools).

For information on events at the Brewery Arts Center, click here.

Carson City Community Center, 851 E. William St., Carson City. Map

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