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What better way to celebrate a diamond anniversary than by celebrating the diamond of all symphonic works? Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony remains one of the most impressive musical scores in the history of music. A full choir, complex orchestration, and hummable melodies keep Beethoven's Ninth close to our heart as a powerful demonstration of musical excellence and beauty.
"Be embraced, you millions! This kiss is for the whole world!"
Note: Children 12 and under are free with adult purchase.
Can I buy tickets at the door?
Yes. We accept credit card and cash payments at the door.
Are there ID requirements to enter the event?
If you have purchased a student ticket, bring a valid student ID with you. It will be checked at the door with your ticket.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. Print out the ticket that is emailed to you and bring it with.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please visit our website at www.kenoshasymphony.org and see if your question is answered there. Otherwise, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
Since 1940, the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra has been a cultural cornerstone of southeastern Wisconsin, and has entertained and educated thousands of music enthusiasts and local school children. The KSO was formed by the Department of Public Recreation – Kenosha Board of Education, with the support of community organizations in 1940; its first concert was performed in 1941. Since then, the orchestra has grown in number and skill through the high standards of its music directors, as well as the management offered by its organizational unit, the Kenosha Symphony Association, Inc. The KSA is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to enhance the cultural environment and fine arts community of Southeastern Wisconsin; to provide the managerial and funding support required for operating a professional orchestra capable of providing high quality, enriching, and enlightening orchestral experiences for the education and enjoyment of residents and visitors throughout the area; and to provide motivational and mentoring opportunities for music students in public and private schools throughout the area.