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South Kansas Symphony to Explore 'Music from the British Isles'

The South Kansas Symphony, Inc. (SKS) will perform the third concert of its 2023-24 season,

titled “A Symphonic Exploration: Music from the British Isles”, at 3 p.m. March 3 in Richardson

Performing Arts Center (RPAC) at Southwestern College. The concert is sponsored by Dr.

Bryan & Debbie Dennett.

The British Isles-themed performance will feature spirited jigs, diverse textures, and touches

of Celtic folk inspired by the magic of Ireland, Wales, Britain, and Scotland, with a special

concert opener presented by members of the Wichita Caledonian Pipes & Drums.

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online at or at the RPAC Box Office before the performance. Children under 12 years of age are free with an adult, and

Southwestern College, Cowley College, and PreK-12 students, staff, and faculty may attend for

free with their school ID.

Southwestern College is also providing an on-campus shuttle service for all remaining

performances. Concert attendees may park in the Circle Drive (bottom of 77 steps), the ADA

parking area east of Stewart Field House, or the parking area east of the White PE

Building/Indoor Swimming Pool. A bus will pick up guests before the performance and return

guests to their cars afterward.

Members of the symphony include Southwestern College and Cowley College students and

alumni, community members, and high school students. They represent Winfield, Arkansas City, and surrounding communities like Belle Plaine, Derby, Dexter, Wellington, and Wichita.

Following the March 3 concert, the final regular-season performance will take place on April 28 at 3 p.m. in Richardson Performing Arts Center.

Visit to learn more or to purchase advance tickets. Information is

also available on the symphony’s Facebook page.

About South Kansas Symphony, Inc.

South Kansas Symphony, Inc. is a not-for-profit symphony orchestra located in Winfield, KS.

The symphony performs four regular season concerts each year in Richardson Performing Arts Center at Southwestern College. Governed by a nine-member volunteer board along with a conductor, the symphony invites local amateur and semi-professional musicians to take part in providing low-cost, live music opportunities for the South Central Kansas region.

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