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The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra’s success is contributed to an enthusiastic group of loyal subscribers and single ticket buyers—covering about one-third of the cost of producing live music concerts. The balance is covered by individual and corporate contributions and sponsorships as well as private foundations and government grants.

Community involvement in supporting this regional cultural asset is critical to our future. We seek to fulfill our mission of serving people of the Westmoreland County and the region by providing excellence in musical performance and educational programs. This goal can only be assured throughout the coming years with the generous support of individuals committed to music and this region.

The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra currently accepts secure on-line donations via PayPal or check by mail to the WSO, 951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg, PA 15601.

Announcing our 50th Anniversary Season!

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Recent blog posts

One Book/ One Westmoreland

Read a great book and receive discounted tickets! The WSO has teamed up Westmoreland County Federated Library System to enhance the music experience with a Fall/Winter One Book One Westmoreland program.  Community members are invited to read Christian Davenport’s The Space Barons and join a book discussion. The Space Barons is the story of a group of billionaire entrepreneurs who are pouring their fortunes into the… Read More

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Spend the Holidays with the WSO!

Nutcracker Tickets | Home for the Holidays Tickets It’s the merriest time of year! Join us the 25th Anniversary Production of the Nutcracker on December 8 & 9 featuring a cast of 100 from the Laurel Ballet. You will be enchanted on this magical, musical trip to the land of the Sugarplum Fairy, waltzing snowflakes and enchanted toys. Tickets start at just $13. Then make plans to attend Home for the… Read More

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Introducing Orchestrating NextGen

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,… Read More

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