Free for Federal Workers

Our January concert series is free for federal workers and their families.

2018: Year in Review

2018 has been a tumultuous year but through it all, TCS continued its mission of making music in NYC for NYC. Check out some highlights!

Yes, we said Annie Golden!

The Chelsea Symphony is thrilled to welcome ANNIE GOLDEN as our special guest narrator this year for The Night Before Christmas, on our upcoming holiday concert, Friday, December 7, at 8pm.

Welcome to 2018-19: RESOLUTION

The Chelsea Symphony is thrilled to present our 2018-19 season, Resolution: Music of Social Action. Our concerts this year feature compositions from turbulent times past and present.

In Memory: Blair Lawhead

The Chelsea Symphony is deeply saddened by the loss of Blair Lawhead, a colleague and friend of the orchestra, who passed on March 14, 2018.

2017 Year in Review

2017 was quite a year. Through it all, The Chelsea Symphony let music speak for our values as we presented affordable concerts for audiences of downtown Manhattan and beyond. We hope that we provided a place for you, our dedicated supporters, to enjoy music from today and yesterday that reflects the world around us.

Welcome to 2017-18: SEA CHANGE

Artistic Directors Matthew Aubin and Mark Seto welcome you to The Chelsea Symphony's 2017-18 season SEA CHANGE.

TCS at Rikers Island: April 2

Members of The Chelsea Symphony performed a series of chamber music concerts at two facilities on Rikers Island on April 2. Hear from the performers about this powerful experience as we look forward to our May 7 return to Rikers with full orchestra.
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