The Reveille Rotary Club of Casper is offering transportation for seniors over 60 to the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra’s performance Saturday evening, March 21, 2015 to John F. Welsh Auditorium at Natrona County High School. Each season the Reveille Rotary Club has partnered with the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra to provide transportation to citizens who prefer not to drive at night and to minimize the need to find a parking spot. Arrangements for the evening 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 Carolyn at 235-8384 to reserve a spot no later than Tuesday, March 17. 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.

The March 21 event, Viva La Fance!, provides concert goers with a quick getaway to the “City of Love” and an evening of music all by French composers. Ravel’s gentle homage to the 17th and 18th century—the golden era of French music—will set the tone for an evening of sumptuous sounds. Next, the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra welcomes the Associate Principal Cellist of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Jolyon Pegis, performing the cellistic fireworks and Spanish flair of Èdouard Lalo’s Cello Concerto in D Minor. To complete the evening the orchestra will tackle César Franck’s Symphony in D, widely considered to be his most popular work, and his greatest achievement. The Wyoming Symphony Orchestra is directed by Matthew Savery in his seventh year as Music Director.

For more information about the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, please call 307-266-1478 or visit the Symphony’s website at