Since 1942, OSO has been committed to serving the Wisconsin community with beautiful music!
The mission of the Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra is to build community through music in order to engage, educate, and enrich the lives of those living in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
The vision of the Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra is a culturally rich city of Oshkosh where music is part of community members' daily lives.
Sharon Tenhundfeld, Executive Director
Daniel Black, Music Director
Geraldine Grine, Youth Symphony Conductor
The OSO has been an integral part of the cultural life of Oshkosh since 1942. The Orchestra has evolved from a civic orchestra, to community symphony orchestra, to a virtuoso professional orchestra to remain relevant and meet the changing needs of the community.
Works for orchestra are often virtuosic in nature, dynamic and very brilliant. There is also room for great expanse, lyricism and drama. Our repertoire has something to offer every audience member; it spans from the Baroque to Beethoven and Brahms to works of our time. In short, a performance by the OSO is everything you want from an orchestra concert, and more.
Score from Johannes Brahms' final symphony—No. 4 in E minor, Opus 98.