Symphony Nova Scotia launches 2015/16 season with free noon-hour concert and special guest Rich Aucoin!

Launch includes music, prizes, lunch, and more!

Join Symphony Nova Scotia and special guest Rich Aucoin for the orchestra’s 2015/16 season launch next Wednesday, March 4 at 12:30 pm at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Halifax.

Conducted by Maestro Bernhard Gueller, this free-of-charge launch event features an hour-long performance by Symphony Nova Scotia’s full orchestra, giving sneak peeks of musical highlights from 2015/16. The launch will be hosted by Symphony CEO Chris Wilkinson, with solo performances from Symphony Nova Scotia musicians Dominic Desautels and Renaud Lapierre – and, of course, our special guest Rich Aucoin.

Here’s what else you can expect:

  • Free post-show lunch reception
  • Door prizes, including a grand prize of two U-Pick 4 packages
  • A chance to make your own music with Long & McQuade’s Musical Instrument Fun Zone
  • Live interviews with musicians and guests
  • The first look at our brand-new brochure

Season tickets for Symphony Nova Scotia’s 2015/16 season will also be available for the first time. Season tickets offer a savings of up to 35%, first choice of the best seats available, and a great set of benefits.

Can’t make it to the Cohn? Make sure to follow us on Twitter at @symphonyns where we’ll be live-tweeting the announcements.

All are welcome to attend; RSVP not required. Thank you for supporting Symphony Nova Scotia! 

About Symphony Nova Scotia
Symphony Nova Scotia is Nova Scotia’s orchestra. Each year more than 50,000 audience members (including 15,000 young music lovers) join us in communities across Nova Scotia for performances of the music they love – from baroque and classical to pop and rock and folk. Under the inspirational leadership of Music Director Bernhard Gueller, Symphony Nova Scotia is one of the most broadcast orchestras in the country, with over 20 commercial releases and multiple East Coast Music Awards. Visit to learn more, listen online, or get tickets today!