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SC Performing Arts Providing Transportation to Wichita Symphony on Sunday

The Southwestern College performing arts division will provide transportation to and from the Wichita Symphony Orchestra Classic Series concerts on Sundays during the 2018-19 season.  

The Wichita Symphony Orchestra begins the 2018-2019 Masterworks Season on Sunday, Sept. 16, with Beethoven’s “Violin Concerto,” featuring violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Brahms’s “Symphony No. 3,” and Berlioz's “The Corsair Overture.”

“This Brahms work is absolutely one of the most impactful symphonic works to me,” says Tim Shook, chair of performing arts at Southwestern.  “The program is inviting, beautiful and varied.  Join us on Sunday, Sept. 16.”   
           

For more information about the concert, go to https://wichitasymphony.org/events/beethoven-brahms-berlioz. 

To sign up, contact the performing arts office at (620) 229-6272 by Friday at 5 p.m.  The division asks for a donation of $10 to cover the cost of car rental, mileage, and gas.  

“We meet at Darbeth Fine Arts Center on the Southwestern College campus around 1 p.m. on Sunday,” says Aidan Wells Filbert, president of ToneBuilders.   

 

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