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Education & Outreach

Through our education and outreach programs, the WSO strives to expand the musical horizons of children and enrich the cultural lives of adults.  We create opportunities for all ages to experience and participate in music in order to create a strong network of musicians and music supporters that will sustain musical expression in our community for generations to come.

WSO education and outreach programs are funded through grants and individual donations.  If you would like to support our outreach efforts,

please click the donate button below.

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Through Music on the Move, WSO ensembles, solo musicians, guest artists, and Music Director perform throughout Central Wyoming, at schools, assisted living homes, and at community events, fostering a love of music throughout the region.  Music on the Move creates fun, accessible, and engaging opportunities for people of all ages.
 

Music on the Move and the Children's Program

Each year the WSO brings music to over 4,000 K-College students in Natrona County.  Inspiring the community through music, especially our next generation of musicians and music lovers, is at the center of the WSO's mission.  

If you are an educator interested in bringing one of our programs to your school, please email rebecca@wyomingsymphony.org.

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Children's Program

The Children’s Program brings professional musicians to Central Wyoming to visit

NCSD #1 Elementary Schools, presenting educational programming and inspiring students to participate in music programs in their schools.  This is an annual program and past groups have included Guerrilla Fanfare, The Wiyos, Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes, and Sybarite 5.  

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Seniors to the Symphony is a partnership between the WSO and AARP which provides an affordable evening out for seniors, including dinner, a WSO concert and transportation.

 

If you or someone you know is interested in this program, please contact the office at (307) 266-1478.

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The Wyoming Symphony Orchestra's Music on the Move program collaborates with Banner Health Wyoming Medical Center to bring the healing power of music to patients, families, and healthcare heroes. The outreach initiative involves professional musicians visiting the medical center to perform live classical and therapeutic music in various hospital settings, such as waiting areas, lobbies, and patient rooms. The program aims to create a soothing and uplifting atmosphere, providing a respite for individuals facing health challenges. Through this partnership, the WSO contributes to the well-being of the community by integrating the therapeutic benefits of music into the healing environment of Casper's Banner Health Wyoming Medical Center.

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The Young Artist Competition is a bi-annual concerto competition open to high school and college students who either reside in Wyoming or grew up in Wyoming.  This program fosters and celebrates young talented Wyoming musicians.  One student from each education level is chosen to perform their concerto as a soloist on stage with the WSO.  


 

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Alexis DePaolo & Cooper Kaligis, 2022 Winners
Young Artist Competition

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Thank you to our Music on the Move sponsors:

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Dr. Mark & Caryn Dowell

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