Variations on a Shaker Melody


WSO February 2020 concert


Halloween Concert with WSYO – October 29, 2017


Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, the ‘Resurrection’; February 14, 2017


50th Anniversary Documentary


50th Anniversary Specials

Prints of the art piece by Fred Gilmour, Brad Nason's DVD on the History of WSO, and two CD's: Favorites of the WSO and Billtown Brass Holiday Favorites are all available in the lobby concert nights as well as in the office until the end of the season. Along with 50-50 campaign, proceeds from the sales of these items support the orchestra as it celebrates its birthday.

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50th Anniversary Gala – photo credit: Rick Mason Photography


All about the art – Urge to Provoke by Fred Gilmour

Looking for a holiday gift?Our original mixed media acrylic painting by artist Fred Gilmour is being made available to the public as a signed and numbered, limited edition giclee print.  The print is produced on the highest quality archival paper using archival pigmented ink and each is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity also signed by the artist. Unframed prints are 14” x 20” and come with a FoamCor backer and protective poly bag. $75.00 ea. Framed prints are finished to 21” x 28” $180.00 ea.Please call the Symphony office at 570-322-0227 to place an ...

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Mark Minnich – New Concertmaster

Mark Minnich debuts as concertmaster October 18th. Heholds a Bachelors of Music degree in Violin Performancefrom Bowling Green State University, as well as an MM inViolin Performance and an MA in Music Theory and Historyfrom Penn State.From a small town near Toledo, Ohio, his first instrumentwas piano,"...although I was a terrible student- I didn't practiceregularly, rarely listened to recordings, and had littleenthusiasm... but my teacher was very patient with me. Itook up violin because I'd heard it on a few different CDs andloved the sound; after about a year of asking, ...

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Billtown Brass Holiday Concert

November 19th from 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
at the Williamsport Area High School Auditorium
Admission $10 for Adults; $5 for students

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