Maestro Dominick recognized for 30 years of service
At the closing reception of our April 30, 2022 performance, Daniel Dominick was recognized for his 30 years of service as Music Director and Conductor of the Sherman Symphony Orchestra. The Sherman Symphony Orchestra Association Board of Directors framed the programs from the 2021-2022 concert season. Pictured here is Maestro Dominick (l) receiving this gift from SSOA President Mark Nagel (r).
On November 4, 2021, Over 2,000 fifth-graders attended the Sherman Symphony’s Children’s Educational Concert.
For twenty years, the SSO has offered this one-hour program free of charge to all Texoma-area fifth graders in conjunction with area music educators. The goal of this program is to engage developing minds in the art of classical music by providing a high-quality live concert experience.
Sherman High School Orchestra put on their annual Fall concert with a fun Halloween theme. Throughout the year, the young musicians worked with the Sherman Symphony Orchestra as part of our SSO Scholars program. Read more about this and other SSO educational programs.
Sherman ISD is the only school district in Texoma that offers an orchestra program. Read more about the concert at KTEN’s website.