Dubuque Symphony Orchestra – 65 Years of Enriching the Community

by Beth Triplett

When some people think of a symphony orchestra, what comes to mind is a group of musicians playing classical music for an audience of old people. If that’s your only impression, the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra would like to change that. As the Orchestra marks its 65th anniversary this season, it is focused on celebrating its connection to the community and the contributions the Symphony makes to the community’s culture.

“The anniversary is a chance to think of what we have meant to the community and to keep dreaming about the future,” said William Intriligator, Music Director and Conductor. “This marks 65 years of being your orchestra.”

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