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Passionate performances of the greatest orchestral masterpieces bring our region’s music lovers together to celebrate our unique corner of the world. Majestic symphonies by Dvorak, Brahms, Beethoven and Berlioz; the dazzling virtuosity of young...more
The Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra is a true jewel set in the middle of one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Today, the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra is performing Gluck’s Three Centuries of Romanticism, and we purchased tickets months ago.
Acclaimed for her...More
We had the pleasure of seeing the HHSO perform Braham's Requiem at the First Presbyterian Church on William Hilton Parkway (Route 278). The acoustics were amazing and the orchestra was phenomenal. The performed with the resident choir and they were equally accomplished! "Cheap" seats on...More
Saw the orchestra on April 23rd with two chorus groups. Just beautiful.it was in the Presbyterian m church at 4 pm. Very warm environment. You easily see the performers and you can just get into the music. Beautiful! Go if you have the opportunity. Tickets...More
We have been attending performances by the
Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra for 30+ years, and this element of civilization is valued added for Hilton Hilton Island that many coastal areas are sadly lacking.
We are indebted to a cadre of Hilton Head Island volunteers, who...More
Every year Hilton Head Island has an international piano competition. For one week, 20 talented young people go through an intense competition. After a week, three finalists are picked and the last night, all three play with the HH Orchestra. First, second and third place...More
If you are in town in Hilton Head or in the area and want to attend a great concert by one of the best group, not to mention the very handsome and so friendly conductor John Morris, make sure to buy tickets for the concert.
The season finale conducted by Chris Wilkins and featuring guest pianist Ariana Körting was inspiring and a fitting close to a fabulous year. The orchestra musicians are top notch. This is an outstanding regional orchestra.
We made the fatal error of buying "wing" seats which sat us looking at the backs of the upright bass section or at the out of sync TV monitors that were partially visible from our chairs. Before the music began a fundraiser made a rude...More
The HHSO is conducted in a Presbyterian Church on Hwy 278, next to the Bargain Box. The building hosts great accoustics, screens to project images, a large stage with floor seating in the front and sides and balconies to the left and right. We attended...More