Terre Haute Symphony heads into 2022-23 season, with emphasis on local musicians

Posted on: July 12, 2022

“The Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra is tuning up for its 97th season, kicking off this September,” writes Katie Shane in Saturday’s (7/9) Tribune-Star (Terre Haute, IN). “The only orchestra in West Central Indiana, the THSO features local and regional musicians, along with performances from world-class guests under the direction of Artistic Director and Conductor David Bowden and Executive Director and Principal Clarinet, Samantha Johnson-Helms…. Audience members have multiple chances to catch the THSO throughout the 2022-23 season whether at its home at Tilson Auditorium on the Indiana State University campus, to smaller, more intimate performances including Solly, Brent & Brews at the Terre Haute Brewing Company this month. ‘I programmed this year to feature our own brilliant musicians in spectacular works that are filled with catchy rhythms, beautiful melodies, and infectious joy,’ Bowden explains. ‘It’s music everyone will enjoy.’ ” Included are Q&As in which four musicians speak about living and performing in Terre Haute: Principal Piano Tim Stephenson; vocalist Caroline Goodwin; Principal Tuba Glen Dimick; and Concertmaster Elina Rubio.