Are you ready for an evening of class and sophistication? An evening of breathtaking music, beautiful clothing, and wonderful company? Well then look no further than the Living Arts Centre on March 23, where the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra To Play The Classics.

In case you’re unaware, The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra is an institution that has been serenading Mississauga since 1972. So much so that it is “proudly designated as one of Mississauga’s six pillar institutions of culture.”

The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra will return to the Living Arts Centre for a two hour show on March 23rd, and it promises to be an epic evening.

Come and be “enlightened” by the three great composers from the Classical Period in Music. The concert includes Beethoven’s “Prometheus Overture”, Haydn’s Symphony No. 104 “London”, and features the winner of the 5th Annual MSO Youth Concerto Competition, Yu Kai Sun in Mozart’s elegant and charming Violin Concerto #5.

Enjoy an evening of wonderful bright and uplifting music as spring approaches.

Mississauga Orchestra Music Art

As the excerpt explains, the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra will be playing well-known songs from the across the spectrum of classical music. That includes Beethoven, Mozart, and Haydn, as well as winner of the 5th Annual MSO Youth Concerto Competition, Yu Kai Sun. Sun is a 20-year old award-winning violinist for whom the price of admission would be worth alone.

Speaking of which, tickets for the event cost $40-60, and can be purchased here. You need to act quickly however, because this one is expected to sell out! The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra always guarantees a night of sophistication and excellence. If you’d like more of those two things in your life, then consider heading to the Living Arts Centre (4141 Living Arts Drive) on March 23 at 8:00 PM. In the meantime, you can head to the MSO’s official website to donate some money to keep them up and running for another 40+ years!