The Westerville Symphony at Otterbein University presents its annual holiday favorite: The Sounds of the Season concert.  The performance takes place on Sunday, December 9, 2018 at 5 pm at the Fritsche Theater in Cowan Hall at Otterbein University.


The program includes a Christmas Sing-a-Long, the annual favorite of Leroy Anderson’s Sleigh Ride and the beautiful Prelude from Engelbert Humperdinck’s opera Hansel and Gretel.  The orchestra will also play Irving Berlin’s iconic White Christmas, Mel Torme’s The Christmas Song and a gorgeous setting of Franz Gruber’s Silent Night.


Favorite annual movies and shows are featured in the selections of Christmas on Broadway, A Charlie Brown Christmas and the Concert Suite from the Polar Express. In addition is the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s rendition of the Nutcracker in their Mad Russian’s Christmas.


Since the concert is at 5 pm, patrons can walk and enjoy a holiday dinner at one of the many wonderful restaurants in beautiful Uptown Westerville before or after the performance.


Tickets are available on-line at westervillesymphony,org and can also be purchased at the door.



For more information about event details please contact Executive Director Hild Peersen at


About the Westerville Symphony at Otterbein University:

The Westerville Symphony at Otterbein University provides exemplary symphonic performances to audiences in central Ohio, and music education in Westerville and surrounding communities. This season will see collaborations with the Otterbein University Choirs, Westerville Public Library and the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce.



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December 9, 2018 - 5:00 pm

Event Categories

Art Event, Community Event, Happening Uptown, Music Event


Fritsche Theatre at Cowan Hall

30 S. Grove St.
United States
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