Transportation for ‘Seniors to the Symphony’ is Available
Here's what you need to know:
Transportation arrangements to attend the performance can be made for everyone who already holds a Symphony ticket as well as for those who need a ticket.
Anyone 60 years and over wishing to get a ride to the performance must call 235-8384 to reserve a spot by Thursday, January 21. There is no charge for transportation or for registering; however, a donation toward the price of the ticket is appreciated if feasible. Those who register will be given a general admission ticket to the event and a ride from home to and from the concert.
Wyoming Symphony Orchestra performances on January 23 and 24 are entitles Generals and Emperors and focus on Beethoven’s fascination with powerful characters in this program of passionate music. The legend of Roman General Coriolanus provides a dramatic and proud opening to the concert. The lush sounds and youthful enthusiasm of Tchaikovsky’s beloved Serenade will follow. Lastly, pianist Elena Ulyanova will be performing Beethoven’s most famous concerto—the majestic Emperor.
The Wyoming Symphony Orchestra is directed by Matthew Savery in his eighth year as Music Director. This season marks the 66th anniversary of the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra.