B's, Bones and Bicentennial, October 5 and 6, 2024

We kick off our 2024-25 Masterworks Season with a big, beautiful sound!

  • BEETHOVEN: Overture to Egmont, Op. 84
  • BRUBECK: Prague Concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra | Robert Mott, bass trombone
  • BRUCKNER: Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107

Pops at the Paramount

“SYMPHONIC MASQUERADE” — An Evening of Wizards & Sorcery

Featuring Dukas’ “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” as well as film scores from “Harry Potter,” “Lord of the Rings,” “The Chronicles of Narnia,” and “The Wizard of Oz.”

WSO Chamber Music Series

Join us for our WSO November concert of Chamber Music performed by Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra musicians.

WSO Holiday Pops Concert

You’ll help ring in the holiday spirit with our 4th annual program of festive holiday favorites! This ticketed event helps ensure that everyone who comes has a seat. Tickets typically go on sale in October. Watch for email and social media posts for more information.

The American Dream and Young Artists Competition Winners

  • WILLIAMS: Liberty Fanfare 
  • TBD: Young Artists Competition | Competition winners featured 
  • HANSON: Symphony No. 2 “Romantic”

Now accepting submissions for Youth Concerto Competition

WSO Chamber Music Series

Join us for our WSO Spring concert of Chamber Music featuring works performed by Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra musicians.

A Brahms Festival with Karen Johnson, violin and Jennifer Kloetzel, cello

  • BRAHMS: Academic Festival Overture
  • BRAHMS: Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra | Karen Johnson, violin; Jennifer Kloetzel, cello
  • BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1

Concert Seating and Suggested Dress

We present our Masterworks Concerts (October, February, and April) free of charge with open seating (first come, first served). We don’t have an audience dress code, but we find audience dress for our concerts typically ranges between “church casual” to more formal attire, depending on personal preference. (Our Masterworks concerts are held in church sanctuaries and we appreciate your respectfulness of the venue in your clothing choices.)

Our “Symphonic Masquerade” at the Paramount in October is ticketed seating and finds our audience opting for a more formal concert-goer dress – think business casual to cocktail to full formal  . . . with Halloween flourishes, of course!

Our Holiday Pops concerts encourage all to get into the holiday spirit with festive sweaters (some may call them “ugly”) and sparkling holiday dress.

Whatever you choose to wear, we want all to feel comfortable and supportive in our award-winning community symphony orchestra concert settings.