ENRICH. EDUCATE. ENTERTAIN.
The Racine Symphony Orchestra’s office has moved!
We’re now located on the 3rd floor of the City Hall Annex building in room 313. In order to focus on moving our offices, we will be closed to the public October 24 through 28. Our phone lines will also be moved during this period and will not be available. If you have any questions during the period, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you as quickly as possible.
Thank you for your continued support!
Pictures of Sound – the Theme for RSO’s 91st Season
The Racine Symphony Orchestra (RSO) was originally created by our founder, Fredrick Schulte, in 1932. The RSO exists to ENRICH, EDUCATE and ENTERTAIN our communities through the power of music. This season, we are proud to carry on our rich tradition by offering yet another terrific roster of musical performances to our community!
We start with the Lakeside Pops series featuring Stas Venglevski performing tangos and other works in June, and in August jazz vocalist Corynn Latta in a program of big band music. We then move into autumn with our Artist-in-Residence trumpet virtuoso Jean Laurenz performing in our Fall Masterworks concert. The Holiday Pops will once again welcome back Racine’s high school choirs to help us celebrate the holidays with magical holiday music and sing-a-long’s.
After the new year, Racine Symphony Orchestra focuses on area youths with our Young Artist Competition and educational concerts catering to fifth graders. Our final two Masterworks concerts have Pasquale choosing a deeply significant work to perform on Good Friday, Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of Christ and violin virtuoso Jennifer Frautschi being featured in our spectacular May finale. We’re also excited for the return of our Musical Flights Series including short performances by some of the RSO’s musicians along with wine tastings and casual chamber music at downtown Racine’s Uncorkt!
View a letter about our 2022-2023 season from Pasquale Laurino, Artistic Director and Jonathan Winkle, Executive Director.
Why Support the RSO!
The arts, especially live music, help make our city a vibrant place to live and work. The RSO holds a distinguished position as of one of the oldest continually-performing classical orchestras in the state of Wisconsin. By supporting the RSO, you show that you are dedicated to the people in greater Racine. The community notices and responds in-kind to companies that care.