Upcoming Performances

New Concert Season 2020-2021 is here – MSO’s 20th year anniversary! 


MasterWorksI: “A Virtual Return”
October 10, 2020 @ 7:00 PM

Our 2020-2021 MasterWorks Season kicks off with our virtual concert, featuring Angelo Flavis, guitarist. Works by Vivaldi, Mozart and Rossini lead the way for our new season.

MasterWorksII: “Magnificent Strings”
November 14, 2020 @ 7:00 PM

The Muscatine Symphony Orchestra will celebrate our second concert virtually as well. String classical works such as the Simple Symphony by Benjamin Britten, Dido’s Lament by Henry Purcell, Pizzicato Polka by Johann & Josef Strause, and Simfonia No. 6 in E flat major by Mendelssohn.

Christmas with the Symphony
December 5, 2020 @ 7:00 PM

Favorite Christmas past shows will be featured virtually, to start this winter festivities. Local acts playing with the symphony will be highlighted during this concert.

MasterWorksIII: Live performance to be determined based on CDC Guidance for Covid-19
February 13, 2021


Valentine Date Concert is always a special treat with dinner at Geneva Country Club, for celebrating the MSO’s 20th year anniversary. We are hopeful of hosting this dinner and concert live, and planning for Josh Duffee and his big band as soloists with the symphony. 

MasterWorksIV: Live performance to be determined based on CDC Guidance for Covid-19
March 13, 2020

This concert will be featuring two winners of our annual Howe Foundation Young Artist Competition. The winner from last cancelled season Jonathan Chen from Iowa City on the piano, will be center stage, as well as our new winner for this season, the latter which will be revealed closer to the concert.  Not only are we featuring these young musicians, but other relevant works chosen by our Maestro and catering specifically to younger age groups.

MasterWorksV: Live performance to be determined based on CDC Guidance for Covid-19
April 10, 2020

The season finale will culminate with a bang up performance to finish the season memorably, with music chosen by our Maestro, Brian Dollinger. Stay tuned for the repertoire to be revealed closer to the concert date.