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Nominations Sought for Music Educator of the Year Award

The Canton Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is accepting nominations for the second annual Music Educator of the Year Award.  The award will be presented by CSO Music Director Gerhardt Zimmermann at the March 3, 2018 MasterWorks concert.
The award process was developed by the Education Committee of the CSO Board of Trustees after studying similar awards conferred by other orchestras and with input from respected music educators in the region.  “The response to our giving the first award last year was amazing,” notes Gail Martino, Chair of the CSO’s Education Committee.  “We were inspired by the nominations we received and hope to continue that momentum in years to come.”  The purpose of the annual award is to promote a greater understanding of and appreciation for music education as well as to honor those individuals who are making a real difference in our community through their dedication to music education.
Nominees must be licensed Music Educators in a public, private or parochial school classroom setting in Grades K-12, in the region served by the Stark County Educational Service Center.  Educators from the fields of General Music, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Composition and Music Technology are eligible.  The honored Music Educator will be selected from a field of ten finalists chosen by a panel of qualified judges from the community.  All nominees will be recognized at the MasterWorks concert and a pre-concert celebration.
Nomination forms are available through the Stark County Educational Service Center (email Tom Piccari at tom.piccari@email.sparcc.org), on the Canton Symphony Orchestra website (www.cantonsymphony.org) and at the Canton Symphony Orchestra administrative offices at the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2331 17th Street NW, Canton.  Nominations must be returned to the Canton Symphony Orchestra by December 15, 2017.
Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, casual, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, adjacent to the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.

Canton Symphony Orchestra Starts its MasterWorks Series

The Canton Symphony Orchestra opens its classical MasterWorks Series with a concert full of audience favorites, with former concertmaster Lauren Roth returning to make the evening even more special.  The CSO starts the classical part of its season on October 14, 2017 at 7:30pm at Umstattd Performing Arts Hall at the Zimmermann Symphony Center.  This concert is sponsored in part by the generosity of Mark & Beverly Belgya and Larry & Nancy Hoover.

Lauren Roth is concertmaster of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and was named Assistant Professor of Violin at the University of Arizona beginning in the 2013-2014 school year. Prior to these positions, she was concertmaster of the Canton Symphony. In May 2013, Ms. Roth earned a Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music as a student of William Preucil, and she was accepted into his prestigious Concertmaster Academy.  She was a member of the Cleveland Pops orchestra and a substitute with The Cleveland Orchestra.

Ms. Roth has appeared as soloist with Philharmonia Northwest, Thalia Symphony, Canton Symphony, Sierra Vista Symphony and the Tucson Symphony. In 2013 she attended the Tanglewood Music Center and received the Jules C. Reiner Violin Prize.  An avid teacher and chamber musician, Ms. Roth was an adjunct faculty member at Holy Names Academy in Seattle and has served on the faculty of Icicle Creek Music Center and the International Lyric Academy in Italy.  She enjoys spending the summer in Prague, Czech Republic and Bellingham, WA where she is a faculty member at the Prague Summer Nights Festival and the Marrowstone Music Festival respectively. Ms. Roth has performed at the San Juan Island Chamber Music series, Lexington Bach festival, Mainly Mozart festival, St. Andrew’s Bach Society and Tanglewood Music Center and has collaborated and performed with renowned artists including Christoph von Dohnányi, Charles Dutoit, Ron Patterson, William Preucil, Martin Chalifour, André Watts and Lynn Harrell.

The evening starts with the captivating Second Essay by American composer Samuel Barber, and then Lauren Roth joins the orchestra on stage for Camille Saint-Saëns Violin Concerto No. 3.  After the intermission, the CSO will perform two of Respighi’s tone poems meant to show off the splendor of Rome – Fountains of Rome and Pines of Rome.  Both pieces call for large orchestral forces, and will show off the power of the CSO and how colorful orchestral writing can truly be.  The audience will enjoy a musical adventure through many famous spots in Rome, as told through the music of Respighi.

Tickets for the Canton Symphony Orchestra concert on October 14, 2017 range in price from $28-$48 and are available online at www.cantonsymphony.org, by phone at 330-452-2094 or in person at the Canton Symphony Orchestra administrative offices in the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2331 17th Street NW in Canton weekdays 9am-5pm.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 80th anniversary and is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.

Blind Spot Comes to the CSO

The Canton Symphony Orchestra kicks off its ConverZations series with a special event thanks to a generous partnership with the Massillon Museum.  Join us on September 19th, 2017 at 6:15pm for a fascinating new take on art installations!  ConverZations is a series of free public discussions, held at the Zimmermann Symphony Center (2331 17th Street NW), and features a variety of guest speakers who provide a pleasant and entertaining way for audience members to “get inside” the music. Sponsored by Arts in Stark, Massillon Museum, Ohio Arts Council, and Stark Community Foundation, the ConverZations Series will continue on the second Monday of every month until April 2018.

For our first ConverZations, the popular Massillon Museum exhibit, Blind Spot: A Matter of Perception, comes to the Zimmermann Symphony Center.  The original installation at the Massillon Museum consisted of ten abstract paintings adapted through several different media to help museum attendees experience the artworks through multiple senses.  Braille, large-type labels, and small scale aluminum tactile models were created to help patrons with blindness or low vision experience the art, as well as give sighted patrons new ways to experience visual art.  Three of the paintings were selected by three members of the Cleveland Institute of Music’s Composer Fellowship program who wrote musical compositions representing the artworks.  These compositions were performed at the opening of the exhibit, and will be performed again at our event on September 19th.

The three paintings picked by composers from the Cleveland Institute of Music will travel to the Zimmermann Symphony Center and stay in The Hoover Gallery from September 19ththrough October 13th.  For opening night on September 19th, there will be a cocktail hour starting at 6:15pm, with light hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and a chance to view the paintings.  The evening continues with a panel discussion at 7pm, along with performances of the three musical compositions by Canton Symphony Orchestra musicians.  The art exhibit will be open to the public for viewing during theCSO administrative offices business hours, 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.

For more information on upcoming ConverZations lectures and other events run by the Canton Symphony Orchestra, visit www.cantonsymphony.org/converzations.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is celebrating our 80th anniversary and is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, casual, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, adjacent to the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.
Contact:
Dan Cavalancia
330-452-3434 x610
dcavalancia@cantonsymphony.org

Jim Brickman Joins the Canton Symphony Orchestra

Cleveland native Jim Brickman is a worldwide sensation with his soulful piano playing.  His simplistic song style has won the hearts of many, and has kept his music on the top of the charts across the country and the world.  In May, he will be coming back to Canton to join the CSO for one special night for their Benefit Concert.  The concert begins with the generosity of the CSO musicians, who are donating their services for the rehearsal and performance.  Concert proceeds will support the Canton Symphony Orchestra Endowment – ensuring the future of Stark County’s flagship arts organization.

Jim Brickman is an American songwriter and pianist of pop, as well as a radio show host. Brickman has earned six Gold and Platinum albums. He is known for his solo piano compositions, pop-style instrumentals, and vocal collaborations with artists such as Lady Antebellum, Johnny Mathis, Michael W. Smith, Martina McBride, Megan Hilty, Donny Osmond, Delta Goodrem, Olivia Newton-John, and many others.  He has earned two Grammy nominations for his albums Peace (2003) for Best Instrumental, and Faith (2009) for Best New Age Album; an SESAC “Songwriter of the Year” award; a Canadian Country Music Award for Best Vocal/Instrumental Collaboration; and a Dove Award presented by the Gospel Music Association.

Along with regular concert tickets, the CSO is also selling tickets for a special VIP event after the concert.  This post-concert party will have complimentary hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, and a meet & greet with Mr. Brickman.  The party is being held in Foundation Hall, which is connected to the Zimmermann Symphony Center.  Tickets for the VIP event are on sale now through the box office and online, and are $25 each.

Tickets for the Canton Symphony Orchestra concert on May 13, 2017 range in price from $20-$60 and are available online at www.cantonsymphony.org, by phone at 330-452-2094 or in person at the Canton Symphony Orchestra administrative offices in the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2331 17th Street NW in Canton weekdays 9am-5pm.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.

The Emerging Trombone at CSO ConverZations

CSO Principal Trombonist Tom Pylinski speaks about the history of his instrument for the upcoming ConverZations on March 13, 2017.  ConverZations is a series of free public discussions, held at the Zimmermann Symphony Center (2331 17th Street NW), and features a variety of guest speakers who provide a pleasant and entertaining way for audience members to “get inside” the music. Sponsored by T. K. & Faye A. Heston and the Ada C. & Helen J. Rank Charitable Trust, the ConverZations Series will continue on the second Monday of every month until April 2017.

For the upcoming MasterWorks concert on March 25th, the audience travels through the romantic era of classical music starting with Beethoven and ending with Rossini.  Not only can audiences witness the growth of musical language through time, but the growth of the orchestra itself.  The trombone, for instance, can be seen having more influence over the orchestra later on in the romantic period, while being less noticeable, or even missing in earlier romantic works.  Tom Pylinski talks about this growing influence for our next ConverZations.

Thomas Edward Pylinski earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music and a Master of Music degree from the University of Akron. He has studied with Ed Zadrozny, Steve Witser, Rick Stout, Hal Reynolds and John Marcellus. Today, Tom maintains an active career as a freelance trombonist and private music teacher in Northeast Ohio. He is a member of the Akron Symphony Orchestra, the Canton Symphony Orchestra, and the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra. He has performed with the orchestras of Cleveland, Toledo, Wheeling, Erie, and many others. In addition, he was a finalist at the 2010 Roanoke Symphony Orchestra principal trombone audition and runner-up at the 2008 Erie Philharmonic Orchestra principal trombone audition.

ConverZations attendees are encouraged to bring their lunch, and the orchestra provides coffee and a light dessert. For more information on upcoming ConverZations lectures and other events run by the Canton Symphony Orchestra, visit www.cantonsymphony.org/converzations.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, casual, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, adjacent to the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.

Contact:
Dan Cavalancia
330-452-3434 x610
dcavalancia@cantonsymphony.org

Downtown Classics Returns!

After an outpouring of positive reviews from last year, the Canton Symphony Orchestra has launched another series of Downtown Classics.  Downtown Classics lets patrons enjoy performances from small ensembles of Canton Symphony Orchestra musicians in the laid back casual atmosphere of their favorite hot spot.  It’s a combination of classic venues, classic food and classic music!  The series is funded through the generosity of Arts in Stark, Visit Canton, Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce, Key Bank Foundation, and the Ada C. and Helen J. Rank Foundation.

The schedule for this year’s performances is:

  • February 14, 2017 at 7pm at Fronimo’s (315 Cleveland Ave. NW)
  • March 9, 2017 at 7pm at Canton Brewing Co. Speakeasy (225 Market Ave. N)
  • March 21, 2017 at 7pm at Lucca Downtown (228 4th St. NW)
  • April 6, 2017 at 6pm at Cultured Coffee & Waffles (309 Cleveland Ave. NW)
  • April 20, 2017 at 7pm at The Conestoga Grill (217 2nd St. NW)
  • May 3, 2017 at 7pm at Picciano’s Martini Lounge (410 Market Ave N)
  • May 17, 2017 at 7pm at Grapes in a Glass (575 Market Ave NW)
  • May 31, 2017 at 7pm at Canton Chophouse (218 Court Ave NW)

Come and enjoy a casual night out with some of the CSO musicians!  Seating is first come first served.  There is no cover charge.  Each performance will showcase different musicians and repertoire tailored to fit the venue.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain. Under the direction of Gerhardt Zimmermann, the orchestra performs classical, pops, holiday, and educational programs. Most performances are in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, adjacent to the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio. Parking at the Zimmermann Symphony Center is free. For more information, please visit www.CantonSymphony.org.

Cleveland International Piano Competition winner joins the CSO

The Canton Symphony Orchestra is honored to share the stage with the 2016 Cleveland International Piano Competition winner Nikita Mndoyants!  This delightful evening of piano music, as well as other orchestra favorites, is on February 25, 2017 at 8:00pm at Umstattd Performing Arts Hall at the Zimmermann Symphony Center.  This concert is sponsored in part by the generosity of William P. Blair III and Mark and Beverly Belgya.

27-year-old Nikita Mndoyants began to play piano and compose music at an early age. He has toured throughout China, Estonia, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and the U.S. Mr. Mndoyants won the Mixon First Prize at the 2016 Cleveland International Piano Competition, first prize at the Paderewsky International Piano Competition in 2007 and was a finalist at the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. He has performed in several festivals, including the Chopin Festival in Poland and the International Keyboard Institute and Festival in New York. He also has been artist in residence at the International Music Festival in France since 2012.

Mr. Mndoyants has worked with renowned conductors including Leonard Slatkin, Eri Klas, Ignat Solzhenitsyn, Charles Ansbacher, and Alexander Sladkovsky. Giving his first chamber performance with the Borodin Quartet in 2004, he has continued to cultivate his passion for chamber music, working with such ensembles as the Brentano, Eben, Zemlinsky and Szymanowsky Quartets.

The evening will start with The Yellow Princess Overture by Saint-Saëns, and then the orchestra will welcome Mr. Mndoyants for his performance of Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto.  For the second half of the concert, the CSO will feature the tumultuous Fifth Symphony by Sibelius.  There will be a pre-concert lecture at 7pm with Dr. Rachel Waddell, Associate Conductor of the Canton Symphony Orchestra.

Tickets for the Canton Symphony Orchestra concert on January 28, 2017 range in price from $28-$48 and are available online at www.cantonsymphony.org, by phone at 330-452-2094 or in person at the Canton Symphony Orchestra administrative offices in the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2331 17th Street NW in Canton weekdays 9am-5pm.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.

Cleveland International Piano Competition President Speaks at ConverZations

The CSO is honored to have Pierre van der Westhuizen presenting on the ConverZations lecture scheduled for February 13, 2017.  ConverZations is a series of free public discussions, held at the Zimmermann Symphony Center (2331 17th Street NW), and features a variety of guest speakers who provide a pleasant and entertaining way for audience members to “get inside” the music. Sponsored by T. K. & Faye A. Heston and the Ada C. & Helen J. Rank Charitable Trust, the ConverZations Series will continue on the second Monday of every month until April 2017.

With performances described as showcasing the “utmost polish,” “impressive control” with a “broad stylistic spectrum” (Beeld, South Africa), South African pianist Pierre van der Westhuizen has established himself as an accomplished and versatile musician, with critically acclaimed and enthusiastically received performances across South Africa, the USA, and Europe. Mr. van der Westhuizen is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Cleveland International Piano Competition, and he brings a multi-faceted experience and approach to his activities with this world-class organization.

Mr. van der Westhuizen joins us on February 13 to discuss the impact the Cleveland Piano Competition has on the music scene in North East Ohio.  This is a prelude to the CSO’s MasterWorks concert on Feb 25, which features the 2016 Cleveland International Piano Competition’s winner, Nikita Mndoyants.  He will talk in detail regarding the beginnings and growth of the competition, as well as the future ventures of the event.  Mr. van der Westhuizen will also touch on the impact the competition has on the careers of winners such as Mr. Mndoyants.

ConverZations attendees are encouraged to bring their lunch, and the orchestra provides coffee and a light dessert. For more information on upcoming ConverZations lectures and other events run by the Canton Symphony Orchestra, visit www.cantonsymphony.org/converzations.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, casual, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, adjacent to the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.

The Speedbumps Return to the CSO

This year the Canton Symphony Orchestra is proud to bring back their favorite Kent-based band, The Speedbumps, for a third collaborative concert.  On February 11, 2017, the CSO and The Speedbumps will travel to the historic Canton Palace Theatre to show off in a truly “locally grown” concert.  They will begin at 8:00PM on Saturday night, and the audience will be treated to some of the band’s past hits, as well as some of their new releases.  This concert is sponsored in part by the W. Henry Hoover Foundation. The CSO will be conducted by Associate Conductor Dr. Rachel Waddell, a favorite for the passion and excitement she brings to the Pops concerts.  Keep the party going at The Speedbumps After Party at the Canton Brewing Company’s Speakeasy, located at 225 Market Ave N., Canton OH, 44702.  Tickets will include complimentary pizza and snack, there will be a cash bar, and you might even win a prize!

About the Speedbumps:
The Speedbumps are an award-winning American band with a warm, authentic sound, built on a passion for hollow-bodied instruments, indie-folk influences, and singer-songwriter Erik Urycki’s breathy, commanding vocals and canny phrasing. The band’s roots lie deep in the Rustbelt, where quiet strength and limited embellishment define the culture. The working class towns around Akron, the former rubber capital, from which artists like The Black Keys, Jessica Lea Mayfield, and Joseph Arthur have emerged, have provided the band with an aesthetic that seeks to tease out beauty from the gritty details of everyday life.

The band consists of Erik Urycki on vocals and guitar, Sam Kristoff playing cello — often where you’d expect a guitar riff, Kevin Martinez and Ryan Critchfield on acoustic and electric bass, Bethany Svododa on vocals and wurlitzer and two members on drums and percussion, Danny Jenkins and Canton native Patrick Hawkins.

The Speedbumps have won IMA and AMA awards and performed with artists including Andrew Bird, G-Love and OKGO. Daryl Rowland, writing for the Huffington Post, said that singer Erik Urycki’s lyrics “often tackle complex human emotions with elegant economy.”
Visit them at www.thespeedbumps.com

About the Canton Symphony Orchestra:
Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit www.cantonsymphony.org or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.

Tickets for the Canton Symphony Orchestra concert on February 11, 2017 range in price from $20-$35 and are available online at www.cantonsymphony.org, by phone at 330-452-2094 or in person at the Canton Symphony Orchestra administrative offices in the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2331 17th Street NW in Canton weekdays 9am-5pm.

About The Canton Palace Theatre:
Built in 1926, The Canton Palace Theatre was a gift to the community from Harry Harper Ink, a local entrepreneur and industrialist who owned the Canton-based Tonsiline company, makers of a cough syrup formula marketed in unique giraffe-shaped bottles. Originally created for vaudeville performances and movies, this atmospheric theatre was designed to feel like a Spanish courtyard on a midsummer night and is filled with ornate architectural details. To date, approximately four million dollars have been spent restoring the magnificence of the building and now over 300 events are held here annually with an attendance of over 100,000 guests. The historic theatre is located at 605 Market Avenue North, Canton OH 44702

For more information, go to cantonpalacetheatre.org

Spend “A Night in Vienna” with the Canton Symphony Orchestra

Come celebrate the New Year with a trip to Vienna, brought to you from Canton, Ohio. The Canton Symphony Orchestra plans to make your heart dance with an evening of waltzes and polkas. Your vacation (and the concert) starts on January 28, 2017 at 8:00pm at Umstattd Performing Arts Hall at the Zimmermann Symphony Center.

The program will start off with Pique Dame (Queen of Spades): Overture by Fraz von Suppé and Franz Schubert’s “Unfinished” Symphony No. 8. This will spark the mood for the second half of the concert where the real dancing begins with a selection of waltzes and polkas from Josef Strauss and Johann Strauss, Jr. The orchestra will also be led for part of the second half by their energetic Associate conductor, Rachel L. Waddell. There will also be a pre-concert talk regarding the history of waltzes and polkas at 7pm in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall.

Tickets for the Canton Symphony Orchestra concert on January 28, 2017 range in price from $28-$48 and are available online at www.cantonsymphony.org, by phone at 330-452-2094 or in person at the Canton Symphony Orchestra administrative offices in the Zimmermann Symphony Center at 2331 17th Street NW in Canton weekdays 9am-5pm.

Founded in 1937, the Canton Symphony Orchestra is a fully professional ensemble and organization dedicated to performing concerts that enrich, educate and entertain residents of Stark County and beyond. The orchestra performs classical, holiday, and a variety of educational programs in Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, 2323 17th Street NW, Canton, Ohio, as well as other venues in Stark County. For more information, please visit or call (330)452-2094. Administrative offices are located at the Zimmermann Symphony Center 2331 17th Street NW, Canton OH 44708.