The Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, a professional orchestral ensemble, presents a wide range of live music and educational programs to people of all ages and backgrounds on the South Shore of Massachusetts. The Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra (The Phil) aspires to be the recognized leader of the performing arts on the South Shore.
The Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra is committed to the following core values:
Artistic Excellence - maintaining an unwavering commitment to performing at the highest standards.
Community - serving as a cultural resource and bringing people together to share in the enjoyment of live musical entertainment.
Expansive Repertoire - ranging from classical to popular to family concerts.
Music Education - presenting programs that nurture a life-long appreciation of music.
Sustainability - ensuring the long-term financial stability of the orchestra.
Under the guidance of Music Director and Conductor Steven Karidoyanes, the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra has taken its place as a major cultural force in southeastern New England. Today, the Phil plays to critical acclaim, premieres pieces from leading composers, performs with world-renowned soloists, and has performed in venues across the region.
Beyond the concert season, the Phil presents a wide range of live music and educational programs to people of all ages and backgrounds. Working with educators, leaders and community partners, the Phil reaches well beyond Plymouth, serving as innovator and advocate for music for all. Since his appointment in 1994, Steven Karidoyanes continues to raise the orchestra to new levels of distinction with a commitment to artistic excellence, music education, and community outreach.