49th Season's Concerts
P.O. Box 4069, Hagatna, GU
Phone: (671) 687-2696
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The Guam Symphony Society is a non-profit organization that promotes fine music on the island of Guam Since 1967, the Society has promoted classical and classic pops music to a beautiful island through the Guam Symphony Orchestra, Chorale, and their guests from around the world.
The Guam Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of music director Dr. Stephen Bednarzyk, consists of approximately 50 dedicated volunteer musicians, most of whom come from Guam. Occasionally, musicians from Saipan, the mainland U.S., Hong Kong, Japan and Korea join the orchestra for special performances.
One desire of the founders was to provide a means to develop local musical talent. Today, the Society provides performance experiences for amateur and professional musicians. Through the annual Young Artist Competition, children and youth in the community are encouraged to develop their talents.
Our orchestra and chorale play an important role in the musical life of the island. As the only organization of its kind in Micronesia, the Guam Symphony Society is dedicated to providing opportunities for musicians and listeners to experience quality symphonic music.
Kantan I Taotao Tano
The Guam Symphony Society has issued an immediate alert that this weekend’s finale concert Kantan I Taotao Tano, originally scheduled for Saturday, May 23 at the Hyatt Regency Guam, has been postponed until next season.
"In light of the on-going recovery efforts after Typhoon Dolphin, we have elected to forego our finale concert this year,” says Clifford Guzman, Symphony Board President. “Instead we will open our next season with "Kantan I Taotao Tano" as a tribute to our resiliency and our beautiful heritage of Chamorro song and dance. We thank our patrons, sponsors and followers for their patience and understanding."
Purchased tickets can be reimbursed by contacting Catherine Bungabong at 687-2696 or via email at info(gs)guamsymphony.com.