You can still click HERE for the You Tube link to the PSA's Annual Family Concert.
The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra presented its annual Family Concert on March 28, 2021 in a virtual format. After Music Director Orlando Cela presented “The Instruments of the Orchestra”, the concert featured Pasquale Tassone’s “How Bear Lost His Tail”, a musical storybook based on a Native American folktale, with illustrations by artist Abby Cali and narration by Jeff O’Neil. Be sure to check out The "How Bear Lost His Tail" Gallery HERE, with artwork submitted from Arlington Public School students in anticipation of this concert! Other recorded works featured cello soloist and Young Artist Competition winner Haley Kwoun playing Saint-Saens’ “Allegro Appassionato” Op.43, and “Estampas Mexicanas” by José Elizondo, with an explanation from the composer himself on how he writes his music. This program was supported in part by a grant from the Arlington Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Click HERE to read or download the program for this concert.
PSA’s 2021 Young Artist Competition
Applications are closed for this year's competition. After preliminary judging of all applicants' videos, finalists will be notified and requested to submit their second video for final judging. See the About the 2021 Young Artist Competition page for more information.
The Philharmonic Society regrets that we must suspend all public activities until such time as restrictions on gatherings are completely lifted. When that time comes we will resume our regular rehearsals and scheduled concerts. We will post updates regarding all Philharmonic Society activities, so please revisit our site regularly to remain informed about our plans as they evolve.
The PSA's 2020-2021 YEARBOOK is HERE.
Congratulation to the Winners of the PSA's
2020 YOUNG ARTIST COMPETITION
The 2020 competition results are HERE .
The 2021-2022 SEASON
will be available here soon (hopefully).