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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. Recently, the orchestra has undergone drastic changes, including a website redesign and renewed commitment to its mission; aiming now to engage, educate, inspire, and enhance our community through the performance and awareness of symphonic repertoire.