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The final concert of the Middletown Symphony Orchestra took place on May 7, 2017. Thanks for 75 great years of live musical performances!

The orchestra has now ceased operations. There are other local groups in the area who continue to provide live musical performances and we would invite you to check them out:

A group of former Middletown Symphony musicians has formed a new orchestra named the Southwest Ohio Philharmonic. SWOP can be found at: www.SWOPhil.com.

The Middletown Symphony Music Library was donated to the Butler Philharmonic (formerly the Hamilton-Fairfield Symphony Orchestra), and has now become the Middletown Symphony Legacy Library at the Butler Philharmonic. BPO can be found at: www.butlerphil.org.

The Middletown Symphony percussion instruments were donated to the Southwestern Ohio Symphonic Band to become the Middletown Symphony Legacy Percussion Collection. SOSB can be found at: www.sosband.org.

All Middletown Symphony archives and historical documents were transferred to the Middletown Historical Society and are available for view and research. They can be found at: www.middletownhistoricalsociety.com.

And finally all remaining monetary funds were transferred to the Middletown Community Foundation to become the Middletown Symphony Legacy Fund at the Middletown Community Foundation. The fund will provide ongoing annual grants for music scholarships and local area musical performances. MCF can be found at: www.mcfoundation.org.

Please continue to attend performances and support our local area musical organizations!