We at the Windsor Symphony Orchestra love performing for you. During these unprecedented times, we must stay true to our mission: to connect the people of Windsor and Essex County through the power and passion of music.
Over the coming weeks, the WSO looks to stand strong with Windsor-Essex’s hospitals, schools, libraries, and families to offer our programming virtually, in exciting new ways. As the first Canadian orchestra to livestream their cancelled/postponed performance during this crisis, we will continue pioneering new ways to connect with, and perform for, everyone in our community.
The WSO Music for Health program provides musical performances for residents and
workers in care facilities, retirement homes, and social service agencies across Windsor
and Essex County. Read More...
The newly established WSO for the Frontlines program looks to stand strong
with and support Windsor-Essex’s hospitals. With the Windsor Regional Hospital, we are
working to bring our performances to digital screens for patients and frontline workers
fighting the virus. Read More...
Calling all book lovers! Accompany WSO Music Director Robert Franz and WSO
Assistant Conductor Daniel Wiley for a read-aloud story time of their
favourite children’s books! Read More...
The WSO’s Listening Club is an interactive way to explore great orchestra repertoire from
the comfort of your own home. No background or formal music training is required, just a
sense of curiosity! Purchase an individual session, or save by purchasing the whole
series! Read More...
Check out your Windsor Symphony Orchestra as they spend their time at home.
Share your experience with us! Send us photo of how you are enjoying #WSOatHome!
If you would like to support these programs, please consider a donation to the WSO at Home Resiliency Fund. As our community works together in isolation to fight the spread of COVID-19, flatten the curve, and protect frontline workers, your contribution enables the WSO to continue offering our programming to hospitals, schools, libraries, and families across Windsor and Essex County in the future until normal business resumes. With your help, we can stay safe and stay connected through the power and passion of music.