with guest artist Seoyoen Min, cello

The WSO is opening the concert hall with a limited number of IN-PERSON seats for our Saturday, March 13th concert. Christopher Dragon will lead the WSO brass, wind and percussion through selections from Bach and Mozart, and then feature Friedrich Gulda’s wild Cello Concerto, with his fusion of rock, jazz, and classical styles. Social distancing and masks will be required throughout the performance in the auditorium. Livestream options will be available on Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 2:00pm if you would like to enjoy the performance at home. The WSO like you’ve never heard them before!

If you need assistance call the WSO Office at 307-266-1478.

New this season are online ticket sales.
If you need assistance purchasing your tickets call the office at  

Please note: you only need to purchase ONE virtual subscription per household. Your access code will only work for the day you select to watch the livestream - Sat at 7:30pm or Sun at 2:00pm. The easiest way to watch the livestream is to click on the "Watch" link in your confirmation email from Purple Pass. 

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Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged. Unused tickets may be returned at least one working day before the performance as a tax-deductible contribution. Programming is subject to change without notice.


If you are unable to attend due to health concerns, you are able to exchange this ticket for a live stream access code up to 2 hours prior to the concert by emailing


Patrons must sit in their ticketed seat. The WSO reserves the right to change seating assignments if necessary in order to maintain socially distanced seating within the concert hall. 


In the event that the Natrona County School District or the Wyoming Department of Health deems that in-person concerts are not advisable due to COVID-19 safety concerns, this ticket will automatically be converted to live stream access.


In event of a complete cancellation, there are no ticket exchanges or refunds.


We are working with the Natrona County School District and the Wyoming Department of Health to ensure that all health and safety guidelines are followed, however, an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any place where people gather that cannot be eliminated.


You voluntarily assume and accept any and all risks, hazards, and dangers arising from or relating in any way to the risk of contracting COVID-19.  You - for yourself and your heirs, executors, and subrogates - further voluntarily waive, release and indemnify the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra and its affiliates from all claims and potential claims arising from, relating to, or in any way connected with such risks.  




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Masterworks Concert:

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