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Symphony Orchestra Guild Newsletters
Our signature newsletters, developed just for Guild members. View previous newsletters here.
MASTERWORKS I featuring works by three time Grammy Award nominated American composer Miguel del Aguila. Meet the new SOGD Board President, Jan Mandernach and more.
MASTERWORKS IV featuring Afro-American Music, The Decatur Public School’s Instrument Library and Interview with High School Student, Car’lessiah Lee.
An in-depth look at MASTERWORKS III, DYSO Concerto Winner and Millikin’s 2021/2022 Concerto/Aria Competition Winners.
An in-depth look at MASTERWORKS II, DYSO returns, meet members of the board– and more.
MDSO is BACK to in person concerts! An in-depth look at MASTERWORKS I with “Beethoven at 251,” meet Claire Taylor-principal basoon, and more.
An in-depth look at MASTERWORKS V, meet Aaron Villarreal-principal percussion, save the date for our RETRO September Guild event and more.
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Symphony Orchestra Guild Announcements
Videos and articles to keep our patrons in-the-know.
We’re all looking forward to dozens of incredible auction items, from tickets to see Velocity Irish Dance to cooking classes for four adults courtesy of Murphy & Company.
Dr. William McClain, Conductor, shares what to expect in the 2021-2022 season of Millikin Decatur Symphony Orchestra. MDSO is BACK!
Meet Cecilia Antonelle, Millikin University Concerto/Aria Competition Winner Cece with Dr. William McClain, Beth Mason Creighton and Laura Ledford LL: Hi Cece CA: Hello BMC: Welcome back. Alright Cece, before we jump into the program, will you just tell us maybe where...
Meet Adrian Sanchez Rodriguez, Millikin University student and winner of the Concerto/Aria Competition. Adrian will perform Mozart's Violin Concerto in A Major with the MDSO on March 6th at MASTERWORKS IV. Dr. William McClain: That was wonderful, and really a terrific...
Meet Dr. William McClain, conductor of the Millikin Decatur Symphony Orchestra.