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Okanagan Symphony performs a stunning version of Carmina Burana for its season closing concert Sunday at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre.
Concert review of Phantom of the Opera stage star Peter Karrie performing with Vernon-based soprano Melina Moore and the Okanagan Symphony.
Conductor and musical director Rosemary Thomson dedicated the OSO's Valentine’s Day concert to the heroes and heroines of classical music.
Review of the OSO’s Classic Beauty concert at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Sunday, Nov. 22.
Okanagan Symphony's season opener featured iconic pieces by Jean Sibelius (Finland) and Antonin Dvořák (Czechoslovakia).
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra brought this year’s season to a spectacular finish with their Titans concert.
Film starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds tells story of Maria Altmann's attempt to reclaim Gustav Klimt’s iconic painting of her aunt.
Okanagan Symphony Orchestra hits high notes with chorus and vocalists in Joseph Haydn's The Creation.
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra took the unusual step of featuring an established quartet for its Exotic Flavours concert.
OSO's Shakespeare in Love concert featured Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture.
Okanagan Symphony's Winter Splendour featured Borodin's Prince Igor, Raminsh's Violin Concerto and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6.
Review: Fish on Five Brass Quintet, soprano and Okanagan Symphony present an eclectic mix of little-known and well-known Christmas music.
Okanagan Symphony contrasts baroque and ultra-modern choral music with Vancouver's internationally acclaimed choir musica intima.
Okanagan Symphony opens its 2014-15 season with Britten's Four Sea Interludes and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, with pianist Ian Parker.
Okanagan Symphony’s musical director Rosemary Thomson pulled out all the stops in celebration of Asian Heritage month.
Review of April 6 Vernon concert featuring acclaimed bassoonist Nadina Mackie Jackson and trumpeter Guy Few, with the Okanagan Symphony.
Sunday’s standing ovation was instant, unanimous, and before the orchestra had stopped playing.
Okanagan Symphony's Rosemary Thomson reunites with 18-year-old pianist Jan Lisiecki for Poised in Flight at Vernon Performing Arts Centre.
On Sunday, the Okanagan Symphony performed a programme rich in waltzes and love songs, celebrating Viennese tradition.
Sunday’s concert by the Okanagan Symphony was dedicated to the Youth Symphony of the Okanagan, in celebration of their 25th anniversary.