The Plainfield Symphony Orchestra
New Jersey's Oldest Community Symphony Orchestra
Since 1919, performing a mix of classical and pops concerts at the Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church in Plainfield.
Plainfield Symphony celebrates 102 Years with a return to live music.
PSO VACCINATION POLICY
For the 2021-2022 Plainfield Symphony Orchestra concert season, until further notice from the board of the Plainfield Symphony Society, Inc., all concert attendees (adults and children), musicians, artists, staff, and anyone who enters our rehearsal or performance space during rehearsal or performance, must show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 before entering. Audience attendees and staff members must wear masks. Musicians will mask when practical.
This commitment to returning to performances with audiences is matched by an equally strong commitment to the health and safety of everyone associated with the PSO, including patrons, staff and musicians. We thank you for your understanding and compliance.
Beginning with the 2021-2022 Season, all PSO Concerts will be livestreamed on our website, Facebook page and YouTube channel.
UPCOMING VIRTUAL ONLY CONCERT
January 22, 2022 at 3 pm
Annual Free Family Concert
Discover music by American Black composers:
- Ulysses S. Kay (Six Dances for String Orchestra) and
-William Grant Still (Danzas de Panama) and
-Venezuelan composer Aldemaro Romero (Fuga Con Pajarillo)
Evelyn Estava, Concertmaster
Francisco Salazar, Assistant Concertmaster
Michael Avagliano, Principal Second
Rebecca Harris Lee
Meet the Composers
Ulysses S. Kay (1917-1995)
William Grant Still (1895-1978)
Aldemaro Romero (1928-2007)
Gabriela Rengel, Principal
Gerall Heiser, Principal
James Potter, Principal
Meet Music Director