Springfield Symphony moves into new office space with a flourish

Posted on: December 1, 2016

“The Springfield Symphony Orchestra celebrated their new box office and administrative space with an open house earlier this week,” writes Chris Marion in Wednesday’s (11/30) Republican (Springfield, Mass.). “The new location in the TD Bank Building at 1441 Main St. will be more convenient and offer more visibility to downtown traffic. Prior to the ribbon cutting there were brief comments from Jack Dill, the president of [real estate firm] Colebrook; David Gang, the president of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra Board of Trustees; and Maestro Kevin Rhodes. Springfield Symphony Orchestra Executive Director Peter T. Salerno acted as Master of Ceremonies and announced that in addition to the new location’s convenient parking, the SSO will now offer validated parking to box office customers and guests. Local politicians including Springfield Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, State Rep. Angelo Puppolo, State Sen. Eric Lesser were on hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and toured the new facility.” The orchestra’s administrative offices previously were located at 1350 Main Street. The article includes a photo gallery of the ribbon-cutting and opening events.

Posted December 1, 2016