SYMPHONY SONG: Des Moines Symphony’s 75th Season

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This weekend the Des Moines Symphony debuts its 75th season with a special piece.

The group will play a brand new song called “Symphony in Sculpture.”  It was written by a Minnesota composer for the occasion.

The song portrays in music the groundbreaking and addition of the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park to Des Moines.  The Pappajohns even had a hand in the music’s creation.

The performances are being held this weekend at the Civic Center.  Saturday the show is at 7:30 and Sunday it’s at 2:30.

Tickets range from $15 to $55 dollars for adults and you can get those at the Civic Center Box Office.