Palm Beach Symphony


The Palm Beach Symphony was founded in 1974 in recognition of the need for a professional orchestra in Palm Beach. The orchestra had a humble beginning, with only a few concerts a year, a part-time conductor and a volunteer staff. It was not until Mrs. Ethel S. Stone became Chair of the Symphony’s Board of Directors, a position that she held for twenty-three years, that the orchestra became a cultural force in the community. Mrs. Stone was a visionary leader with a love of music that she inherited from her family and a love of the Palm Beach Community with which she shared her musical interests. She died on August 6, 1996, leaving an undeniable legacy as one who played a key role in nurturing an interest in classical music in this community. During her tenure, a number of well-known musical figures served in leadership roles with the orchestra, including Karl Karapetian, John Iuele, Kenneth Schermerhorn, Stewart Kershaw, David Gray, Ulf Bjorlin and John Covelli.


44 Coconut Row
Palm Beach, FL 33480

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