HUTCHINSON, Kan. — The Hutchinson Symphony's 2022-23 "The Dream Season" continues on February 9 with their "Dreams of Freedom" show at the Fox Theatre.
This concert features "Voices of Shouting Out" by Composer Nkeiru Okoye, Afro-American Symphony by William Grant Still, Ascension for Solo Clarinet and Strings and The Lincoln Portrait by Copland, and is narrated by Jason Probst, Kansas State Representative in the 102nd district.
Tickets can be purchased online for the "Dreams of Freedom" performance.
Founded in 1964, the Hutchinson Symphony performs four symphony concerts each year. In addition to these concerts, members of the orchestra also visit area elementary schools each fall to perform School Swing concerts, as well as a special By the Bus concert at the Fox Theatre in the winter, which attracts thousands of school-aged children.
The Hutchinson Symphony also partners with Hutch Rec's Dillon Nature Center each June to provide a free concert on the lawn of the nature center grounds. Visit the Hutchinson Symphony website for more information on their performances, work in the community, and mission.
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