Time: 5:00pm.Admission: $50.Age restrictions: All Ages.Box office: 3042326191.Address:Oglebay Park.It’s our birthday party!
Enjoy beer, wine, hors d’ourves and cake as we celebrate our 90th Anniversary where it all began in 1929!
All Veranda guests receive exclusive access to Oglebay Institute’s Mansion Museum’s exhibit “Listening Through the Lens: The Musical Portraits of George J. Kossuth.”
All Veranda guests have access to reserved seating in the amphitheater.
*VIP concert seating is located on the porch behind the foundation offices and includes access to a private cash bar during the concert. Limited to the first 50 people.
Time: 7:00pm.Admission: Free.Age restrictions: All Ages.It’s a celebration of 90 years of music! Join the WSO at Ohio Valley’s favorite summer concert as we celebrate our 90th Anniversary with music throughout the decades! Featuring classical works and popular music performed throughout the years, plus a world-premiere commission composed by Nate Strasser for our birthday celebration!
Special guest artists include Hit Play and Wheeling’s own, Nate Strasser.
Time: 7:30pm.Admission: $19.50 – $70.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:1015 Main Street.A tribute to the Queen of Soul, this program features symphony favorite Capathia Jenkins and three time Grammy Award nominee Ryan Shaw performing such iconic hits as Respect, Think, A Natural Woman, Chain of Fools, Amazing Grace, and many others.
Don’t miss our 90th Season Kick-off Pre-Concert Party – Symphony in the Streets!
Time: 7:30pm.Admission: $19.50 – $70.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:1015 Main Street.Dance the night away with the WSO! Our Masterwork’s season-opening program features works by American composers, all of which incorporate a different style of dance: Tango, Mambo, Conga, and more! You’ll hear a tango inspired by Superman, famous music from Bernstein’s West Side Story, and a surprise ending. Plus, you will love the intoxicating concerto for guitar with our soloist, John Marcel Williams, inspired by Spanish dances of all types. You’ll want to get up out of your seat and move along with the musicians and our new music director at this concert that will energize and delight.
Time: 7:30pm.Admission: $19.50 – $70.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:1015 Main Street.The WSO stars are out at the Hometown’s Finest: Mezare & Driscoll concert, featuring two of the orchestra’s principal players as soloists. First, we have Mendelssohn’s entrancing Hebrides Overture, a soundscape of the haunting caves and rocky shoreline of Scotland. Then, you will fall in love with France as Jean Francaix paints a picture of blooming flowers through neo-classical stylings in his L’Horloge de Flore, with soloist Robert Driscoll. Next, we journey back to the classical era to experience one of Mozart’s finest works, his Clarinet Concerto, with Roi Mezare as soloist. The concert ends with Prokofiev’s blazing Classical Symphony, the modernist composer’s take on a symphony of old.
Time: 7:00pm.Admission: $12.50 – $55.00.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:2 14th St.Venue phone: (304) 233-7000.Don’t miss the Ohio Valley’s favorite holiday show! Join the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra along with champion professional skaters, the Pittsburgh and Wheeling Figure Skating Clubs, local middle and high school choirs, and surprise guests as we welcome in the sounds of the season! It’s the holiday tradition the entire family will enjoy!
Time: 7:30pm.Admission: $19.50 – $70.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:1015 Main Street.Featuring the exceptional voice of Gavin Hope, we are thrilled to present “Soulful”, a night in which we offer 50 years of brilliant R&B, Motown, Funk, Disco, Pop material by 20 of the finest African American recording artists and performers from Smokey Robinson to Outkast, Stevie Wonder to Pharrell Williams, and Isaac Hayes to Seal!
Time: 7:30pm.Admission: $19.50 – $70.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:1015 Main Street.Happy Birthday, Beethoven! Celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday with the WSO. His Seventh Symphony is one of his most celebrated works, both energetic and dramatic. And, hear two living, female rock stars in action, back-to-back! First, Pulitzer-prize-winner Caroline Shaw’s haunting Entr’acte, a gorgeous work for strings based on a string quartet by Haydn. Then, violinist SooBeen Lee makes her debut with the WSO in Mendelssohn’s indelible Violin Concerto, a piece filled with heart and virtuosity.
Time: 7:30pm.Admission: $19.50 – $70.Age restrictions: All Ages.Address:1015 Main Street.Experience the very best of history’s most beloved composers as the WSO presents seminal works by Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky, and Ravel. Our season finale will start with the heraldic and bombastic Festive Overture by our Music Director’s favorite composer, Dimitri Shostakovich. Next, Maxim Lando will be featured on the piano in the monumental Piano Concerto no. 1 by Tchaikovsky. Finally, you will experience Ravel’s transporting Suite no. 2 from Daphnis and Chloe, a shimmering portrait of young love that ends in overwhelming fashion—a perfect end to our year.
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Directions & Parking
The symphony performs at Wheeling's Capitol Theatre, at 1015 Main Street:
Plenty of parking is available in the 10th Street parking garage a block away from the theater.