Music Education Resources

We’ve assembled some fun activities and learning resources while we are all at home!

Explore the Entire Orchestra with this Fun Interactive Guide
Click on the instruments to hear all the sounds they make.

Play with all the Instruments in the Music Shop with Daniel Tiger

Make Your Own Musical Instruments at Home with Ryan


Watch a Young Peoples Concert – The WSO performs this very concert!

All About Wind Instruments

Learn all About Mozart with a Free Printable Activity Sheet

Explore even more composers here too! 

Get Set Up at Home for Virtual Lessons with Sarah Ferrell

Sarah also recommends these great resources:
CelloBello: music instruction including lessons broken down by left and right hand.
8notes: offers tons of free sheet music by style and instrument.
PartPlay: play along to a huge collection of chamber music pieces.
Cello Professor: helpful resources on technique and bowings.

Suzuki Beginning Violin Lessons
Explore all the lessons >here


Live on the Lawn

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Live on the Lawn – Beo String Quartet

The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra presents “Live on the Lawn” Friday evening September 25, 2020 beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Hempfield Park Amphitheater.  The event features Beo String Quartet including violinists Jason Neukom and Aviva Hakanoglu; Sean Neukom, viola and Ryan Ash, cello. Guests are limited to 250 and must pre-register for the event. Please bring chairs or blankets and… Read More

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Moving Forward Together Concert

WATCH NOW The concert was recorded in July 2020 at The Palace Theatre, conducted by Daniel Meyer, Artistic Director VIOLIN I Jason Neukom Dena Miller Maurice Stanton Sarah Gudbaur Sean Radermacher Michael DiBerry VIOLIN II Richard Palermo Gabrielle Faetini Julia Simeone Debbie Mewherter Patrick Forsyth VIOLA David Sinclair Maija Anstine Regina Ketter Sasha Shapiro CELLO Nadine Sherman Will Teegarden Alicia… Read More

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Announcing the 2020-2021 Season

  The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra announces an updated and reimagined 2020-2021 season, under the artistic direction of Daniel Meyer. In light of COVID-19, the WSO will engage the audiences in an exciting and safe way. The symphony will perform five concerts at the Palace Theatre and live stream the concerts to subscribers and ticket buyers. The digital season is called… Read More

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