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Elkhart County Symphony – Ode to Joy

Sunday, November 20 @ 7:30 pm

$14 – $27

Elkhart County Symphony continue our “on-the-road” performances as we open our Goshen College concert with Vivaldi’s Magnificat, performed by the professional Camerata Singers and an ECS chamber orchestra. We then perform Beethoven’s monumental “Ode to Joy” Symphony No. 9 with the Goshen College Choirs, Camerata Singers and guest soloists Jenny Ribeiro, soprano, H. Roz Woll, alto, Jon Lovegrove, tenor and Scott Hochstetler, baritone, in the world-renowned Sauder Hall at the Goshen College Music Center.

This event takes place at Sauder Concert Hall

Tickets must be purchased at thelerner.com or through the Lerner Box Office


Sunday, November 20
7:30 pm
Cost (plus fees)
$14 – $27
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Sauder Concert Hall
1700 S Main St
Goshen, IN 46526 United States
(574) 535-7361
View Venue Website


Elkhart County Symphony
(574) 293-1087
View Organizer Website

Tickets (plus fees)

General Admission
$27 Adult, $25 Senior, $14 Student

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