The Reveille Rotary Club of Casper is offering transportation for seniors over 60 to the Symphony’s performance Saturday evening, May 10, 2014 to John F. Welsh Auditorium at Natrona County High School. The Reveille Rotary Club has partnered with the Wyoming Symphony to provide transportation to citizens who prefer not to drive at night.

Anyone 60 years and over wishing to get a ride to the performance must call Carolyn at 235-8384 to reserve a spot as there is limited availability. There is no charge for transportation; however, a donation toward the price of the ticket is appreciated if feasible.

This season finale for the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra is titled, “Carnival.” The performance features a story of a puppet who comes to life as the audience is taken on a journey to the Shrove Tide Fair in St. Petersburg, Russia, through the work that spurred Igor Stravinsky to find his own truly unique voice as a composer: Petrouchka. For more fireworks, wizardry and thrills, the audience will be entertained by the amazing virtuosity and violin acrobatics of international sensation Alexander Markov, as the Orchestra welcomes him back to perform Paganini’s 1st violin concerto. Stravinsky Concerto, Violin, no. 1, op. 6, D Major: Niccolo Paganini.

For more information about the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, please call 307-266-1478 or visit the Symphony’s website at

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