Conroe Symphony Orchestra

Adding to the cultural enrichment of the community

Adding to the cultural enrichment of the community.

The Conroe Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1997. Since its inception, the Symphony has continued under the baton of several fine musicians including Dr. Robert Zwick and, most recently, Dr. Don Hutson. The Conroe Symphony Orchestra was created “…to add to the cultural enrichment of the community, assuring a better quality of life for the Conroe area.” Our objective is to provide you with the best possible musical experience, while showcasing the talent and hard work of our area musicians.

The Conroe Symphony Orchestra Presents… “Farewell Concert – A Walk Down Memory Lane,” Honoring Dr. Don Hutson – April 13, 2019.

The Conroe Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Dr. Jacob Sustaita As Our New Associate Conductor!

Jacob completed his undergraduate work receiving a Bachelor of Music in Viola Performance from the University of Houston. He then completed his advance studies receiving a Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Music in Viola Performance from Rice University. Dr. Sustaita completed his doctorate degree at the University of Houston, where he also served as Assistant Music Director and Conductor for the Moores Opera Center for three seasons. Dr. Sustaita is currently the Director of Orchestral Studies at Sam Houston State University.

The Conroe Symphony Orchestra

The CSO is a community orchestra comprised of committed professional musicians and talented amateur musicians from the Conroe and surrounding areas. Our vision is to “be recognized as one of the outstanding community orchestras in the State of Texas.”

1500 N. Frazier Street
Conroe, Texas 77301
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