Support

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.

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Recent blog posts

Master Class with Andrew Tyson

“I make it harder when I just focus on the notes – when I’m not thinking musically,” said Andrew Tyson. Ideas for adding subtle nuances, elegance and color to each composition beyond the notes was advice repeated throughout the master class led by award-winning pianist Andrew Tyson on Thursday, February 15. Seton Hill University students each performed a piece and Mr. Tyson… Read More

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Enjoy 3 Concerts for the Price of 2!

MID-SEASON TICKET SALE Purchase 3 classical concerts for the price of 2! You can save up to $35 per seat all while enjoying incredible guest artists performing works from the best-loved composers. All concerts begin at 7:30  p.m. at The Palace Theatre, Greensburg. To reserve your seats:  order online, print and mail this form or call 724.837.1850 *Limited time offer Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director and… Read More

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Meet Maria Sensi Sellner

Our December 16th Home for the Holidays guest conductor Maria Sensi Sellner grew up in Westmoreland County and graduated from Valley High School. She then went on to Carnegie Mellon where she double majored in Mechanical Engineering and Music Composition. Ms. Sellner is the first three-time winner of the American Prize for Opera Conducting and is the Artistic & General Director… Read More

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