Join us for concerts all summer long!
Free Summer Concert in the Park
Sunday, July 2, 2017 at 7 p.m. | Free Admission
St. Clair Park, Greensburg
Summer sparkles when classical music goes casual. From blockbuster movie music to our salute to the Armed Forces, the summer concert is perfect for all ages. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy our free concert conducted by Artistic Director Daniel Meyer. Donations accepted.
Smith: The Star Spangled Banner
Verdi: Overture to Nabucco
Smetana: The Moldau from Ma Vlast
Williams Selections from Star Wars
Rodgers arr. Bennett: Selections from The King & I
Arr. Ricketts: Pirates of the Caribbean
Arr. Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
Arr. Hermann: George M. Cohan Salute
Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture
Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever
*subject to change
2017 Summer Chamber Music Series
$10 general admission at the door (no advance tickets)
The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra and the Latrobe Presbyterian Church presents the third annual summer chamber music series in the historic Unity Chapel in Latrobe located at 114 Chapel Lane, Latrobe PA 15650. Benefits WSO Youth Orchestra Program.
Thursday, July 20 – 7:30 pm
Duo Cieli & Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo
Duo Cieli -Tara Yaney, flute and John Marcinizyn, guitar
The Ferla-Marcinizyn Guitar Duo – James Ferla and John Marcinizyn, guitars
Thursday, August 17 – 7:30 pm
Dr. Zach Collins, Dr. Christian Dickinson, Dr. Kevin Eisensmith, Dr. David Ferguson and Dr. Heidi Lucas.
Susato / Iveson: Renaissance Dances from “The Danserye”
Joplin / Lex: The Great Crush Collision March
Bernstein / Gale: Suite from “West Side Story”
arr. Dedrick: I Want to Hold Your Hand
arr. Dickinson: Over the Rainbow
Tull: Coup de Brass Tull
Underwritten by the Charles F. and Mary Esther Sawyer Music Fund of the Latrobe Presbyterian Church
Summer Philharmonic Concert
Tuesday, June 27 at 8 p.m. | Free Admission
Seton Hill Performing Arts Center
The concert, conducted by music director Morrie Brand, includes Rossini’s Overture to the Barber of Seville, the first movement of Mahler’s Symphony No 1, Slavonic Dance No. 3 in A flat by Dvorak, Henry Mancini Suite and Webber’s iconic Phantom of the Opera.