Greater Bridgeport Symphony
The Greater Bridgeport Symphony offers a five concert series conducted by internationally acclaimed Music Director Gustav Meier. Audiences can expect orchestral performances of high artistic quality, rich and varied programs and an array of world-renowned performers.
The Greater Bridgeport Symphony process actually began in the 1930s, during the Great Depression when music pulsated from a State Street building next to City Hall, where Frank Foti conducted the Works Progress Administration (WPA) Symphony Orchestra, formed for unemployed musicians who previously played at local theatres.
GBSO performs at the Klein 203-576-0263