MSO Fellowship Program
The MSO Fellowship Program has drawn national attention to the Symphony through its support of talented young violinists and cellists. This unique program brings to Montgomery musicians of the highest caliber, who live and perform among us as they prepare for their professional concertizing.
The benefits of this program are clear. The MSO has two fine instrumentalists in its midst to lead and inspire. The MSO Fellowship Fund allows the Symphony the opportunity to help talented players realize their own true potential as artists. The Board gratefully acknowledge those individuals and corporate partners who make this landmark program possible by joining the Fellowship Fund.
The Montgomery Symphony Association Board is pleased to host two world class musicians in our community each year compliments of its successful Fellowship Program. Genevieve Guimond, the MSO's new Cello Fellow is the new Principal Cello of the Orchestra along with returning Violin Fellow Delyana Lazarova.
The tremendous benefits to the region and to the orchestra through the Fellowship Program are clear. The orchestra has two fine instrumentalists in its midst to lead and inspire. It also has gifted soloists to feature during the season. The Fellowship competition is recognized as a valued prize by young performers establishing their careers. Past MSO fellows have gone on to perform with widespread acclaim.
The Board gratefully acknowledges those individuals and corporate partners who have made this landmark program possible by joining the Fellowship Fund.
MSO Cello and Violin Fellow's
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