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The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra (HSO) is pleased to announce the return of its Summer Series, with three free concerts held
July 5 to July 7, 2024, at outdoor venues across the region. The concert schedule is as follows:

Friday, July 5, 7:30 p.m. — Reservoir Park, Harrisburg (100 Concert Drive)
Rain Location: The Forum Auditorium, 500 Walnut Street, Harrisburg

Saturday, July 6, 7:30 p.m. — Millerstown Park, Millerstown (110 W Juniata Parkway)
Rain Location: Greenwood Middle/High School, 405 Sunbury St, Millerstown

Sunday, July 7, 8:00 p.m. — Dickinson College, Carlisle (Campus Quad/Old West, 230 Louther Street)
Rain Location: Anita Tuvin Schlecter Auditorium, 360 W Louther Street, Carlisle

“For over 30 years, the Harrisburg Symphony’s Summer Series has offered a crowd-pleasing selection of red, white, and blue favorites held in beautiful settings,” says Matthew Herren, HSO Executive Director. “We invite everyone in the community to grab a lawn chair, a picnic basket, and bring the whole family for a fun evening celebrating American music. We are especially grateful to Highmark for their sponsorship of these concerts.”

Each concert is held outdoors. In case of inclement weather, including excessive heat, concerts will be performed in an indoor location announced on the Harrisburg Symphony’s website, social media channels, and local media.

The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1931, is entering its 95th season at the Forum Auditorium in Harrisburg, PA. The full professional ensemble performs under the direction of Tony-Award winning Music Director and Conductor Stuart Malina. The Symphony also presents an extensive music education program that includes concerts for school age children, in-school residencies, and the Harrisburg Symphony Youth Orchestras, which are comprised of approximately 150 elementary, middle, and high school students. The Harrisburg Symphony is governed by a 24-member Board of Directors and receives additional philanthropic support from the Harrisburg Symphony Society.


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