Announcing the WSO’s New Executive Director

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The WSO Board is pleased to announce their selection of Natalie Ann Kasievich as the new executive director. Ms. Kasievich’s education includes a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Wheeling Jesuit University and a master’s degree in Public Management from the H. John Heinz III College, Carnegie Mellon University. Her most recent position was as an Engagement Leader for Thrivent… Read More

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Announcing a Merger

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Photo: (L-R) Chris Bartley, new board Vice President, Endicott Reindl, Executive Director, Beverly Hritz, new WSO board member The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce the recent finalizing of a merger of the Friday Evening Music Club (FEMC) into the WSO. Both organizations are based in Greensburg and the mission of FEMC will complement existing WSO operations. “Our organizations… Read More

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WSO to Go Series

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While we are on a break,  we want to keep the music playing wherever we can. We will be sharing videos from our musicians, teachers and orchestra performances on our social media channels with the tag #wso2go You can follow along on Facebook • Instagram and Twitter and we will post highlights on this page. From the Executive Director: Classical music provides us with… Read More

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Welcome to the 51st Season from Maestro Daniel Meyer

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Dear Friends in Music, Welcome to the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra’s 51st Anniversary Season! We are so glad that you are here and we hope that you will experience a musical performance that will transport you, lift you and inspire you. We are excited to embark on our next 50 years of bringing classical music to Greensburg and Westmoreland County, and… Read More

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2019 Independent Music Teacher of the Year Award

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The WSO and its Academy of Music announce their second annual Independent Music Teacher of the Year Award to Jacqueline Herbein. The award was created to recognize an outstanding music teacher in Westmoreland County who provides private music lessons. Sponsored by Covington Financial   The award will be presented prior to the WSO’s Carmina Burana concert on April 27, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.… Read More

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Announcing the WSO’s New Executive Director

The WSO Board is pleased to announce their selection of Natalie Ann Kasievich as the new executive director. Ms. Kasievich’s education includes a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Wheeling Jesuit University and a master’s degree in Public Management from the H. John Heinz III College, Carnegie Mellon University. Her most recent position was as an Engagement Leader for Thrivent… Read More

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UPDATE: Beethoven’s Brilliance Change in Guest Artists

UPDATE: Out of an abundance of caution the WSO Chamber Singers and soloists will not be performing Beethoven’s Mass in C. The concert will go on as scheduled, with the WSO performing Beethoven’s Symphony No 2 (orchestra only) in its place along with Bach’s Suite in G Minor and Hilary Tann’s With the Heather and Small Birds. We look forward to welcoming… Read More

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Beethoven Season Finale

The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra presents their 53rd season finale Beethoven’s Brilliance on Saturday, April 23, 2022 at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg, beginning at 7:30 p.m.  The concert opens with Bach’s Suite in G minor and Welsh composer Hilary Tann’s nature-inspired With the Heather and Small Birds and concludes with Beethoven’s Mass in C. “Beethoven’s Mass in C is a… Read More

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