|Washington Symphony Orchestra, Yugo Ikach, director|
Most people look to springtime for new things. But, even though it not yet fall, the Washington Symphony Orchestra says now’s the time for something new.
A brand new season of WSO concerts is scheduled to open on Saturday, October 11, and season tickets are now available for purchase.
The season ticket plan includes the October 11, December 6 or December 7, February 14 and May 2 concerts held at Trinity High School, 231 Park Avenue in Washington. Tickets are also sold separately for the annual Chamber concert, set for Sunday, March 8 at First Baptist Church in Washington.
Ordering season tickets enables patrons to save more over the cost of single tickets. Adult Season Tickets for all four main concerts are $68 per set. Seniors (65+) and Students (up to 18) run $52 per set. Single tickets are $22 for adults per concert and $17 for seniors and students. Season tickets enable patrons to save on each concert and guarantee admission to an increasingly popular performance by Washington County’s own symphony orchestra.
If you’d like to bring a group of ten or more people to a concert, please let the WSO know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Group sales must be arranged in advance and WSO staff will be happy to work with you.
In addition, thanks to the support of Washington Financial Bank, Citizens Library of Washington and Peters Township Public Library, WSO patrons may purchase tickets for individual concerts at all bank branches and both libraries three weeks prior to each concert except the chamber concert. The tickets for the chamber concert are sold online and at the door only due to the smaller venue at First Baptist Church.
Tickets may be ordered online at washsym.org, by mail (via a downloadable form available on the website), or by calling 1-888-71-TICKETS. For a look at the complete 2014-15 season, visit website www.washsym.org