Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra
The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra is a financially sound, premier organization with a long history of leadership in the orchestra field and in its community. The KSO has a budget of approximately $2.5 million. The KSO’s founder, Leta Snow, also founded the League of American Orchestras after founding the KSO in 1921. Our innovative Artist-in-Residence program brings performing musicians into schools as teachers and ambassadors, revealing the deep importance of education to the KSO’s mission. KSO presents approximately 40-50 concerts per year of a variety of repertoire, focused on the great orchestral repertoire led by Music Director Raymond Harvey.