top of page

Moorpark Symphony Orchestra

Established in 1990, MSO is a community orchestra that has grown from a few interested enthusiasts to nearly 90 dedicated musicians. Its membership consists of talented volunteer musicians including professional musicians and community members. ​

Mission Statement:

As a non-profit, artistic organization, the mission of the Moorpark Symphony Orchestra is to provide high quality, affordable musical performances that delight our audiences. Our objective is to inspire, entertain, and serve our community one note at a time.

Charles Fernandez
Music Director

Charles Fernandez was named MSO's Music Director in 2022.  

 

Mr. Fernandez is an Emmy and Annie nominated, award winning composer, orchestrator, conductor, teacher and bassoonist.

73799D1A-3033-4F70-BA48-90298347051A.jpeg

2023-24 Concert Season

Save the Dates:

May 11, 2024 Apricot Festival Concert

September 28, 2024 Concert in the Park

Nov 9 2023 MSO Chamber B.jpg
Screenshot 2024-03-19 at 4.50.16 PM.png
Moorpark Symphony Orchestra Awarded
Entertainment of the Year, 2023

Next Concert: May 11, 2024

No upcoming events at the moment

Moorpark Symphony is proud to be a part of the Moorpark Apricot Festival

Join some of our musicians for a performance on the High Street Stage before experiencing the full orchestra, on stage, at Walnut Canyon Auditorium to close out the day.

Screenshot 2024-04-15 at 11.30.20 AM.png

Moorpark Symphony Orchestra: Your Community Orchestra

UVTO 2024
Haunted High Street, 2023
Chamber of Commerce, 2023 Entertainment of the Year
Earth Festival Yard Sale, 2021
Concerts in the Park Series
Michael Gullo, Guitar Soloist 3/9/24
March 14, 2024: Exhibition Performance at the Reagan Presidential Library
Singer Solist: Malia Johnson
UVTO 2024

Click on any image to learn more!

The Moorpark Symphony Orchestra is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS and State of California.

*Your donation may be tax deductible. Check with your tax preparer for more details.

Your Support is Music to our Ears

Thanks to the generosity of people like you, Moorpark Symphony Orchestra has been able to survive the shutdown and emerge ready to perform. Whether you give $10, $100 or $1000, you can be certain that every single dollar goes toward producing the high quality concerts you have come to expect from the MSO well into the future! No special occasion necessary: Donate year round!

Mailing Address:

340 Rosewood Ave, Suite J

Camarillo, CA 93010 

Make checks payable:

Moorpark Symphony Orchestra Inc.

bottom of page