At the Cape Symphony, our mission is to inspire joy. We do this by creating experiences that are so entertaining, audiences walk out of the concert hall beaming from ear to ear.
In this new video, Jung-Ho shares how much it matters that the Cape Symphony is dedicated to joy. As he says, it’s about more than just notes or Mozart or Beethoven. And whether we’re performing Mozart or the Beatles, that makes no difference – the end goal is the same. Jung-Ho and the orchestra present the music with such passion and authenticity, the audience can feel it. Our customers have such fun and experience so much joy that they return again and again.
Cape Symphony events are indeed, as Jung-Ho says, “a variety show for the mind.” And that’s intentional – he imagines, develops and assembles musical experiences that are far from typical, like our upcoming Passport to Africa, featuring African performers and a mix of classic and contemporary composers, or our tribute to the music of Henry Mancini, Mancini at the Movies, starring his daughter. We bring the best, most authentic talent right here to Cape Cod, including the extraordinary professional musicians of our orchestra who are up to any challenge.
If you’re a fan of the Cape Symphony, please share this video with your friends and family. If you’ve never seen the Cape Symphony, we’re asking you now to give us a chance. We promise to do everything in our power to inspire joy in you, too.
Visit capesymphony.org to learn more about the Cape Symphony and our 2019/20 season.