Ode to humankind, country, and to joy:


The rising star Irish pianist Michael McHale will join the MSO in Ravel’s most jazzy and fun Piano Concerto in G Major, followed by the most epic of all, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, with one of the best lineups of vocalists ever, including the captivating Kevin Short singing the baritone part, joined by the wonderful Southern Delaware Chorale Society and the amazing Carter Legacy Singers.


APRIL 26, 2019 | 7:00 PM

Todd Performing Arts Center

April 28, 2019 | 7:00 PM

Roland E. Powell Convention Center




The Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra is launching our 2019 “BRAVO, Maestro!” Campaign celebrating 22 years of presenting exceptional classical music concerts to audiences across Delmarva.  We truly have a reason to say:  “BRAVO, Maestro!”  Please join us in supporting Maestro Benichou and the orchestra in their ongoing efforts.

  • 1st place Thank You Gift - $2,000 Cash

  • 2nd place Thank You Gift - $1,000 Cash

  • 3rd Place Thank You Gift - $500 Cash

    Ticket orders must be received by the MSO by June 14, 2019 to ensure entry in the drawing. Enter NOW as only 250 tickets will be sold!


2019-2020 Season On Sale Now!

New Website! New Season! Same great MSO! Our 2019-2020 season is packed full of amazing soloists and iconic repertoire. From Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 to Mussorgsky’s Pictures At An Exhibition, you won’t want to miss our twenty-second season!


About Us


The MSO exists to promote and to offer to the citizens of the Mid-Atlantic Region opportunities for musical entertainment and enjoyment, the development of the musical arts, the promotion, development and operation of musical enterprises in the performing arts, particularly through symphonic programs and choral activities;  and to engage in enterprises directed at discovering and fostering musical talents, and to promote musical activities and programs for the cultural and educational benefit of the public.


Our Maestro

Julien Benichou

Conductor Julien Benichou currently serves as Music Director of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra and Music Director of the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra. Previous positions have included Assistant Conductor of the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra.



Inspiring our Youth

One of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra’s missions is to introduce the wonderful world of instrumental music to students.  By offering these programs, the MSO hopes to inspire students to develop or continue their interest in symphonic music.


Our Communities

We Bring Music to You

The MSO exists to bring music directly to residents of the Mid-Atlantic region. We perform in venues that are easily accessible to everyone on the Del Marva Peninsula. Wether you reside in near Easton, Ocean City, or Rehoboth, our symphony is never far from your home.


Get Involved

We exist through the support of individual and corporate sponsorship, our dedicated community volunteers, and our loyal subscribers and audience. There are multiple ways to help further the mission of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony.


Make a donation

Wether you decide to make a monthly recurring-gift or a one-time donation, your support with help ensure the MSO’s success. Make a contribution today!

Become a Volunteer

We always need volunteers. Sign up to help at a concert, assist at in the office, or help us promote in your community. Volunteers are the backbone of the MSO!

Become a Sponsor

Corporate sponsorship is a great way to advertise your business and show your community you value bringing incredible performing arts to the Region.


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