Live Symphonic Music Close to Home
Concerts & Tickets
For Over 60 Years...
For a non-profit community arts organization to survive for over 60 years seems well worth celebrating! Among Rochester’s community orchestras, the Penfield Symphony Orchestra has the longest history, having begun in 1955 as the Penfield Community Orchestra. Please support us by coming to a concert or making a donation.
Did you know that students can attend PSO concerts at no charge? Students of any age with ID can order free tickets in advance ($1 if purchased at the door.)
Free rides to our concerts for seniors who are no longer able to drive. Call (585) 872-0774 for details
Look what people are saying about the PSO...
“This year I took advantage of your special deal for season tickets...and Oh My Goodness! What a grand season of talented professionals (sic). Each concert was a complete pleasure...including excellent selections, ideal length of time, easy parking, comfortable seating, and friendly welcoming staff. Thank You So Much!”
The Penfield Symphony concerts have a very family friendly atmosphere. It is especially nice because we see so many people we know. But, most important is the music. The orchestra is very, very good and it is wonderful having such great music right here in Penfield.
The concert was a spectacular holiday treat. I was proud to be a Penfield resident and thrilled that the Penfield High School Chorale students had the opportunity to sing with professionals!. I particularly enjoyed Alan Lowne's piece and his introductory commentary. I could also tell how well-liked and talented David Harman is. How wonderful that so many talented musicians volunteer their time to provide this high-level music experience right here in our community!
Thank you for another wonderful season for local residents. I am so grateful to David Harman and all the musicians who play with such joy and enthusiasm. The programming offers variety including classic and contemporary with surprises now and then. Thank you to everyone who makes all this happen.