DuPage Symphony Orchestra presented "Three B's, with a Twist" -- by Natalia Dagenhart
Nov 22, 2016 4:31 PM - What can unite people who choose to spend their Sunday afternoon listening to classical music? The answer is simple and obvious -- their sincere and deep love and appreciation of it. "Without music life would be a mistake," said German philosopher and cultural critic Friedrich Nietzsche. Music lovers who attended a concert called "Three B's, with a Twist" presented by the DuPage Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, November 20 at Wentz Concert Hall in Naperville agree with that statement and live a full and colorful life with this wonderful orchestra. The DuPage Symphony Orchestra has surrounded our community with music since 1954 and was formed with enthusiastic and talented volunteer musicians. The orchestra's 2016-2017 concert season is called Horizons as it is meant to open new musical horizons in front of the audience and the musicians. With every new piece performed, with every new note played, the DuPage Symphony Orchestra gets closer and closer to discovering new and unique wonders of classical music. Over the years, the hard work and devotion of its volunteer musicians has created the great reputation of this orchestra. The concert was a sellout.