Upcoming Events

 

July 13, 2020

Online

Beethoven Lives Upstairs

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The Westmoreland Library Network presents “Beethoven Lives Upstairs.” Join your friends from the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra in reading this great book about how music, perceptions, and understanding other people come together. Musicians from the symphony will join to bring the music in the book to life as we read through the book penned by Barbara Nichol. This live-virtual event (held via Zoom) will be a chance to see that musicians and those that write music are just like you and me, even when they may have special challenges in their life. Plan to join us to celebrate the life of Beethoven, who turns 250 years young this year! Register online at wln.fyi/beethoven.

 

August 6, 2020

Online

Beethoven Lives Upstairs

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The Westmoreland Library Network presents “Beethoven Lives Upstairs.” Join your friends from the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra in reading this great book about how music, perceptions, and understanding other people come together. Musicians from the symphony will join to bring the music in the book to life as we read through the book penned by Barbara Nichol. This live-virtual event (held via Zoom) will be a chance to see that musicians and those that write music are just like you and me, even when they may have special challenges in their life. Plan to join us to celebrate the life of Beethoven, who turns 250 years young this year! Register online at wln.fyi/beethoven.

 

August 22, 2020

Greensburg Country Club

Hat Luncheon

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Save the Date for the prettiest party of the summer! Show off your fascinators and hats while sipping on champagne and bellinis. Enjoy an elegant luncheon, live classical music and bring your phones for all the photo ops. Named one of the top parties of the year by the Tribune-Review.

 

September 25, 2020

Longue Vue Club

Roaring Rhapsody

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Roaring Rhapsody
New Date: Friday, September 25, 2020
Longue Vue Club

Come dolled up and dapper for a roaring good time! Enjoy fine dining with new and old friends, sip on wine and bid on an array of items from vacation getaways to fine jewelry.  Dress to impress in your glad rags – 1920’s themed attire optional but encouraged. Live music by the musicians of the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra all in the spectacular setting of the Longue Vue Club. RSVP info to follow!

6:30 p.m. Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres
7:30 p.m. Sit Down Dinner
Live & Silent Auction
Cash Bar

Past Events

You’re Invited! Ever wonder how our musicians decide to pursue music? Or what inspires them to learn a particular instrument? Or would you like an excuse to share a drink with fellow music lovers?

Join us via Zoom for an interactive Q&A cocktail hour with Ryan Leonard & Kira Bokalders! This is an exclusive opportunity and limited to 50 participants. We will have more opportunities down the road, so stay tuned!

Please register and you will be e-mailed a link to the Zoom chat. Participants can join in via video on the laptop, tablet, or phone, or for audio by phone. This is going to be a fun hour to relax and connect, please join us!

Cost: Free
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/3fzFNgi

 

May 13, 2020

Online

Musician Cocktail Hour

The Westmoreland Library Network presents “Beethoven Lives Upstairs.” Join your friends from the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra in reading this great book about how music, perceptions, and understanding other people come together. Musicians from the symphony will join to bring the music in the book to life as we read through the book penned by Barbara Nichol. This live-virtual event (held via Zoom) will be a chance to see that musicians and those that write music are just like you and me, even when they may have special challenges in their life. Plan to join us to celebrate the life of Beethoven, who turns 250 years young this year! Register online at wln.fyi/beethoven.

 

June 17, 2020

Online

Beethoven Lives Upstairs

The Westmoreland Library Network presents “Beethoven Lives Upstairs.” Join your friends from the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra in reading this great book about how music, perceptions, and understanding other people come together. Musicians from the symphony will join to bring the music in the book to life as we read through the book penned by Barbara Nichol. This live-virtual event (held via Zoom) will be a chance to see that musicians and those that write music are just like you and me, even when they may have special challenges in their life. Plan to join us to celebrate the life of Beethoven, who turns 250 years young this year! Register online at wln.fyi/beethoven.

 

June 19, 2020

Online

Beethoven Lives Upstairs

Summer Academy of Music

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