Symphony by the Sea

Symphony by the Sea

The premier classical orchestra North of Boston


Donald Palma, Music Director and Conductor


It's not too early to start dreaming about the perfect holiday treat for you and your family!

Symphony by the Sea encourages you to mark your calendar now for a holiday program designed for audiences of all ages at the Cabot in Beverly on Sunday, December 20, 2105 at 3:00 pm. The concert will be conducted by Symphony by the Sea conductor Donald Palma.

Think sugar plums and imagine hearing selections from the Nutcracker performed live on stage as your family sits next to you, dressed in holiday finery. Close your eyes and be thrilled by Handel's Hallelujah Chorus. Let the spirit of the season roll over you with Greensleeves and imagine the fun of a sing-along with symphonic support!

This is a gift to give yourself and your loved ones: a break from busy holiday preparations and a chance to pause and enjoy the moment. Mindfulness is in, and it's at the Cabot this holiday season.

Tickets are $35 per person; $10 for students. Please send a check with your name and address and number of tickets to: Symphony by the Sea, P.O. Box 1425, Marblehead, MA 01945 Tickets will be mailed to your address.

Symphony by the Sea is proud to be partnered with Endicott College and the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore

Symphony by the Sea is grateful to

Deutsche Bank - Alex Brown

2015-2016 Season Sponsor

Massachusetts Cultural Council