Brown Wooden Church Bench Near White Painted Wall

Brockport Symphony Orchestra®

Yellow Flowers and Brown Grass on Baby Blue Background

Jonathan Allentoff, Founding Music Director - Eloise Fadial, Concertmaster

Western New York’s Most Exciting Community Orchestra Since 2010: Celebrating our 14th Season!

Way to go Jonathan

Allentoff and the

entire Brockport

Symphony. I had a

fantastic time and

enjoyed soloing with

your lovely group. I

loved the spirit and

the passion that

everyone brought to

the concert. I'm

thrilled to see the

Brockport Symphony

bringing the

community together

through their music

making! Way to go!!”

Tracy Harris

Internationally-Acclaimed Yamaha

Performing Artist & Flute Professor

at College of the Sequoias

BSO Founders

Jonathan Allentoff and William Hullfish

presenting their workshop

at the Association for Popular Music

Education National Conference at

the Berklee College of Music



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Rehearsals on Thursday nights at 7:30PM in the Music Room at Cornerstone Academy, 60 Holley Street in the Village of Brockport

Matinee at the Movies

Sunday, November 5, 2023, 4PM

First Presbyterian Church of Brockport, 35 State Street, Brockport

14th Annual Holiday Pops Concert

Saturday, December 2, 2023, 3PM

First Presbyterian Church of Brockport, 35 State Street, Brockport

Annual Holiday Concert at the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts

Saturday, December 9, 2023, 2PM

Livingston County Auditorium, 1 Murray Hill Drive, Mt. Morris

70 Years of Nina Simone: A Gala Celebration of Jazz

Saturday, March 23, 2024, 3PM

Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, 141 Adams Street, Rochester

Summer Pops Concert

Sunday, June 23, 2024, 4PM

First Presbyterian Church of Brockport

35 State Street, Brockport

2023-2024 Concert Season

Music Director Jonathan Allentoff

Jonathan Allentoff is the music director of the Brockport Symphony, Greece Community, and Temple Beth El Orchestras, associate conductor and principal arranger of the Brighton Symphony Orchestra, President of the Greece Performing Arts Society (GPAS), director of the Eastman Klezmer Ensemble at ECMS, director of music and strings at Hillel School, composition mentor and conductor for the LA Inception Orchestra, and the founder of Allentoff Music (ASCAP). He recently lectured and performed at the APME Conference at Loyola University in New Orleans, composed the score for New York’s Metropolitan Playhouse documented drama, Love Letters from the Cold War, conducted his arrangements at the ASMAC Summer Concert celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Warner Bros. at Evergreen Studios in Burbank, CA, and conducted and performed with the Flight 584 Big Band in North Hollywood, CA. His works and licensed arrangements have been performed by ensembles across the globe. He holds a Master of Arts degree specializing in Music, Interdisciplinary Arts, Education, and Technology with Honors from Stony Brook University, and he received the Dr. Deborah C. Hecht Award for his MA thesis. He holds a Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude, in Interdisciplinary Arts and Music from SUNY Brockport. He is an active member and clinician for APME, ASCAP, ASMAC, ASTA, CODA, NAfME, and NYSSMA, and he serves on the Executive Board of NYASTA, ASMAC’s Event Planning Committee, and the LA Inception Orchestra Board of Directors.


Eloise Fadial

Violinist Eloise Fadial serves as concertmaster of the Brockport Symphony Orchestra. She began playing violin at the age of 3, and her love for the instrument drew her to continue playing through high school and college. In 2016, Eloise served as assistant concert master of the Wyoming All State Orchestra. While pursuing her B.S. in Chemical Engineering at the University of Wyoming, Eloise studied with the Grammy-nominated violinist and her father, Dr. John Fadial. She briefly studied the viola da gamba with the distinguished Dr. Beth Vanderborgh. She also performed with the University of Wyoming Symphony and Chamber orchestras. From 2016-2021, she received the prestigious McElhone Scholarship, an award for engineering students that play in the Symphony. In August 2021, she moved to Rochester, NY to pursue her graduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rochester. She has found great joy in continuing to perform with the Brockport Symphony Orchestra while also pursuing her studies. In her spare time, Eloise enjoys spending time in the great outdoors: hiking, paddleboarding, canyoneering, skiing, etc. She is also a certified 200-hr yoga instructor and runs a blog where she tries to make science a bit more accessible and understandable:

Founded in 2010

Founded in 2010 by Jonathan Allentoff and Dr. William Hullfish, the Brockport Symphony Orchestra is made possible with support from the Village of Brockport and funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts.

The orchestra collaborates with acclaimed guest artists and ensembles throughout the season and performs at superb concert venues in Brockport, Rochester, and across New York State. The orchestra recently celebrated the Eastman Centennial with a special performance at Kilbourn Hall and toured for the Erie Canal Bicentennial, including the Empire State Plaza Clark Auditorium at the New York State Museum and the Rochester Museum and Science Center. The orchestra looks forward to returning to the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts for their annual Artful Holidays Concert at the Livingston County Auditorium!

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Brockport Symphony Orchestra®

9 Saxony Road

Pittsford, NY 14534

Telephone: 585-402-8126