The Sandhills Symphony Orchestra welcomes a new home

NORTH PATTE, Neb. (Nebraska) – The Sandhills Symphony Orchestra held its winter concert Sunday at a new venue.

The group originated in 1960 and moved from the North Platte High School Performing Arts Center to the South Campus of Mid-Plains Community College.

Christa Speed, conductor of the Sandhills Symphony Orchestra, describes the transition as a win-win.

“We have several college students and high school students performing in the orchestra. And the win for them is that they get college credit for this performance. Speed ​​he said. “And the win for us is that those college students perform with us together in a beautiful place.”

The theme of the concert was Love, Music and Chocolate.

The group performed a variety of love songs from Mozart to Billy Joel and even Taylor Swift.

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