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Huntington Symphony Celebrates "A Winter's Delight"
“As in years past, the holiday concert is extremely popular,” said Haas. “It’s a great event for the community to come together and celebrate the holiday season. We enjoy being able to kick off the holiday season by putting guests in the holiday spirit.”
This year’s concert will feature ballerinas from elite dance studios from all over the tri-state area and traditional holiday music as well as classical music from composers such as Tchaikovsky, Handel, Vivaldi, Waldteufel and Bloch.
The community is encouraged to come celebrate the holiday season with members of the HSO and enjoy traditional and classical music that we all know and love.
Prime tickets are available for “A Winter’s Delight” starting at $10 through the Huntington Symphony Orchestra office or by calling (304) 781-8343. Doors open at 7pm and performances being at 8pm at the Keith Albee Performing Arts Center.
Following “A Winter’s Delight”, the HSO will be hosting a composer series fundraiser at the Touma Museum from 5:30pm to 7:30pm on Jan. 9 in Huntington.
The winter season will continue with concerts on March 8 and April 5 at the Keith Albee Performing Arts Center. Tickets are on sale now.
As always, the HSO would like to thank their sponsors for their generosity and support:
Aaron’s Business Solutions, Janet Bromley, Cabell Huntington Hospital, Cabell County Commission, City of Huntington, DRS. Joseph & Omayma Touma, Dutch Miller Auto Group, First Sentry Bank, Herb & Betty Colker, Marathon Petroleum Corporation, Marshall Health, INC., St. Mary’s Medical Center, State Electric Supply.
Invest in YOUR Huntington Symphony Orchestra, Be Part of the Tradition, Start the Memories.
For further information contact T. Hogan Haas or Kelcie Coburn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (304) 781-8343.