TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Some spent their Sunday relaxing to some music.
That's compliments of the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra.
The group is the oldest professional orchestra in Indiana.
They held Beethoven's "The Ninth" symphony at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
It's a special fundraiser for the group, that also comes with a treat for the audience.
"I'm hoping they'll say 'That was a great message'. Live together in harmony, live together with joy, live together in peace," said David Bowden, artistic director of the orchestra.
The orchestra is inviting you to their next show.
It will be a concert of "Starry Nights" on March 24th.
They will perform "The Beatles" again on May 5th.
Tickets are sold at the Hulman Center or online at www.thso.org
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