Arts & Extras: Roanoke Symphony Orchestra conductor David Stewart Wiley celebrates 25th season | The music



Roanoke Symphony Orchestra 2021-22 season

August 28, 7 pm, Elmwood Park: “Symphony under the Stars” with the Southwest Virginia Ballet. Free.

October 16-17, Jefferson Center, Shaftman Performance Hall: Masterpieces, “Maestro Wiley & Friends: From Baroque to Billy Joel. Celebrating 25 Years of Wiley’s RSO Leadership.

October 29, Salem Civic Center: Pops, “Sting & The Police” tribute concert with Jeans’ n Classics.

November 13-14, Shaftman: Masterworks, “Wilson Plays Mozart”, with pianist Terrence Wilson.

December 3, Salem Civic Center: “Holiday Pops Spectacular” with RSO Chorus, Roanoke Valley Children’s Choir, tenor Brian Thorsett, trumpeter Ashley Hall and more.

December 10, Cave Spring United Methodist Church: destination concert, “Holiday Brass”.

December 14, Shaftman: Handel’s “Messiah” with the Roanoke Symphony Choir.

February 12-13, 2022, Shaftman: Masterworks, “Vienna Valentine”.

March 6, Cave Spring UMC: Destination Concert, “Serenade to Music”, the main winds of RSO play Mozart.

March 13, Shaftman: Masterworks, “Transcendent Mozart”, featuring four solo singers.

April 6, Théâtre Grandin: Concert Destination, “Lights! Camera! Classics! big screen themes.

April 22, 2022, Salem Civic Center: Pops, “Sweet Caroline: Music of Neil Diamond” with guest singer Jay White.

May 7, 2022, Berglund Center, Berglund Performing Arts Theater: Masterpieces, “From the New World” by Dvorak.

June 17, 2022, Salem Civic Center: Pops, “Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles”.

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