The Dover Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Donald Buxton, will open its 50th
season with a performance at 4 p.m. Oct. 14 at Calvary Church Dover, 1141 E. Lebanon Road.
“If It Ain’t Baroque” will feature works of three baroque era composers: “Autumn” from
Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons,” Bach’s “Orchestral Suite No. 3” and Handel's “Music for the
Royal Fireworks.” The program will conclude with a performance of “Symphony No. 104”
by Haydn, transitioning into the early classical period.
Season tickets are available for $75 adults; and $65 for ages 62 and older, students, military and first responders, including police, fire, emergency medical technicians, ambulance, corrections and animal rescue personnel. Single tickets are available for all concerts, $20 adults; $15 seniors, students, military and first responders. Children younger than 18 are free with a paying adult.
For more, visit doversymphony.org or call 270-1903.