Wheeling Symphony Orchestra Goes Virtual for WSO on the GO Annual Fundraiser and Concert

November 20, 2020 5:26 pm
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(Wheeling, WV) Wheeling Symphony Orchestra (WSO) announces WSO on the GO Holiday from the Barn Virtual Concert & Fundraiser, featuring our Brass Quintet. The virtual performance will be streamed on Sunday, December 6 starting at 5:00 pm and will be available until 10:00 pm.  

The WSO on the GO Party in the Barn Fundraiser is going virtual this year! Join us for a holiday concert featuring our brass quintet: Jason Allison (horn), Matthew Deihl (trumpet), Don Duncan (trumpet), Evan Robinson (trombone), and Phil VanOuse (tuba). Get into the holiday mood and support the WSO on the GO program with your donation, plus receive a special WSO gift bag filled with tasty treats!

“Every year, Party in the Barn funds our free ensemble concert series, WSO on the GO” said Bryan Braunlich, General Manager of the WSO. “Even though we couldn’t be together in person this year, we are so grateful for our friends at Feisley Tree Farms for allowing us to film at the barn, which provides an incredible backdrop for this holiday brass concert. Without the support of our sponsors and attendees, we wouldn’t be able to bring our musicians to all the incredible places throughout the Ohio Valley. We hope you will join us virtually and get into the holiday spirit with this magical holiday concert.”

Tickets for WSO on the GO Holiday from the Barn are $75, which includes a donation to the WSO on the GO program, password protected link to the concert stream, and a WSO gift bag filled with tasty treats.

Because of the generous support of our sponsors and donors, including title sponsor McKinley Carter Wealth Services, all WSO on the GO concerts will be free to the public to entice and encourage new audiences to become long-time supporters. More information is available at wheelingsymphony.com.

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