We hope you will join us for our March 4th "The Inextinguishable" Butler County Symphony Orchestra Concert. The evening will include our Concerto Contest Winner (TBD) Side-by-Side Orchestra performs Maurice Ravel’s “La Valse,” “Finlandia” by Jean Sibelius, and Carl Nielsen’s “Symphony No. 4 (The Inextinguishable).”
Concert tickets purchased in advance of March 3rd are Adults $30, Children or Students $10. At the door; Adults $35, Children or Students $12. Group rates are available. To purchase tickets or for more information, go to the Butler County Symphony Association website (www.butlersymphony.org) or call 724-283-1402. Proceeds from ticket sales help to cover the costs associated with maintaining a professional symphony orchestra.
Questions? Please call us at (724) 283-1402.
About Butler County Symphony Association
The Butler County Symphony Association was established in 1949. The Butler County Symphony Orchestra is a quality orchestra performing within a community framework, generating pride among Butler County residents while enriching their cultural lives. The Association presents six concerts per season, which showcase pieces chosen from all periods and brings educational programs to school students. Local musicians and students have the opportunity to partake in solo performances with the orchestra. Matthew Kraemer, music director and conductor, is quickly making his mark among young American conductors for his inspired performances and versatility.