The city of Casper has really opened up it's entertainment value over the past few years.

20 years ago, it was hard to find something fun to do...well, legally, anyway. Over the past few years, more people moving to Casper has created a demand for all sorts of activities and entertainment. For a while, that meant metal concerts in the back of VFW, Eagles, and Elks lodges. Now, your options for a good night out have expanded to cover every flavor of music. The Wyoming Symphony Orchestra (WSO) has always been around, but now they are more prevalent than ever.

On Friday, February 20th, the WSO will present "WindSync", a quintet from Houston. For tickets and times, read the press release below, and prepare to have phenomenal night at Casper College!


Join the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Friday, February 20th at the Wheeler Auditorium in the Casper College Music Building for an evening with WindSync, a revolutionary chamber quintet from Houston, Texas. WindSync has distinguished itself among classical music ensembles as North America’s foremost emerging wind quintet. The ensemble is recognized internationally for dramatic and adventurous programing in venues ranging from concert halls to museums, universities and schools.  The young, energetic group plays exclusively from memory, including elements of staging and choreography, and focuses on building connections with audiences through dynamic concert programming and charismatic stage presence.

WindSync will also be holding a master class for wind players from junior high through college level at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Feburary 19th in the Chorale Room at the Casper College Music Building. Those attending the master class will also receive a free ticket to the Friday night concert.

Tickets are $10 each and are on sale at the Wyoming Symphony office at 225 S. David, Ste. B. Or at the door the night of the concert. For more information call 266-1478 or visit the website at www.wyomingsymphony.org.

For more information about WindSync, visit their website at http://www.windsync.org/