Huntington Symphony offers $5 tickets to students

Posted on: January 13, 2011

Wednesday’s (1/12) Herald-Dispatch (Huntington, West Virginia) reports, “As part of its ongoing educational program, the Huntington Symphony Orchestra is offering special ticket pricing for all students in the Tri-State. For the remaining three winter season performances all students will be admitted for $5. The Symphony encourages groups and field trips to use the offer. Any adult escorting the group or field trip students will also be admitted for $5. Student tickets should be purchased in advance, especially for groups and field trips, so special seating can be arranged. The Symphony, which drew a record-breaking crowd for its holiday show, will next perform ‘A Winter’s Delight’ on Saturday, Feb. 12. Special guest conductor will be Maestro John Koshak. … The program will feature works from Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Malcolm Arnold and Duke Ellington. Koshak is conductor and professor emeritus, Chapman University, Orange County, California.”

Posted January 13, 2011