Wheeling Symphony Orchestra
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In May 2007, the "Capitol" closed its doors unexpectedly, forcing the Symphony to look for a new home. Temporary facilities were set up at the John Marshall Center for the Performing Arts and Wesbanco Arena. On September 25, 2009, the orchestra held its first performance, titled "A Homecoming", in the re-opened Capitol Theatre. The orchestra continues to perform at Capitol Theatre where it has introduced a number of innovations such as its "college nights" in which students presenting a valid, current college ID can attend a symphony performance free of charge. The symphony and some of its ensemble subgroups also perform at additional venues in the greater Wheeling area.
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