Introducing Orchestrating NextGen

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Free Event | RSVP
November 6, 5-7 p.m.
The Palace Theatre Megan Suite

From Executive Director Endy Reindl

I am sure you can empathize with the following situation. Joe is 29, a middle ­level account executive with a major health insurance firm in Southwestern PA. As part of his recent success landing him into middle-management, Joe has been
compelled to attend networkers, mingling events, and the like, all far too similar to distinguish one from another aside from the changing decorations of pumpkins to ugly holiday sweaters. Sometimes, organizations can get into a rut when it comes to meeting new individuals that unfortunately leaves a bad taste in everyone’s mouth (like that piece of warhead candy from 1999 you just found).

The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra is looking to change this trend and would be honored for you to attend our up-coming Orchestrating NEXTGEN event on Tuesday, November 61h, 2018. Held in the Megan Suite of the historic Palace Theatre, the symphony invites you to a relaxed evening after work to meet some interesting musicians, fellow music lovers, and enjoy some great orchestral music. The best part of the evening is the event is geared strictly towards young adult professionals in the Westmoreland region!

You may be thinking, but it’s classical music, “I’ll fall asleep!” or “That’s not my thing,” but did you know that more orchestral music is being written now than back in 1700’s because of movies and video games? Orchestral music is more relevant now than ever. The finest young musicians from the WSO will join us for the evening and delight us with snippets from great masterworks. Why, not consider joining us for an evening from 5-7:00 pm to enjoy great music, food, perhaps a game or two, and wonderful sonorous company. RSVP Today

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