The 2018-2019 Season of the Charlottesville Symphony at UVa

Recently WTJU spoke with Benjamin Rous the music director of the Charlottesville Symphony. Ben highlighted the upcoming 2018 concerts in September and November. Listen as Ben describes the wonderful programs that the symphony will present.

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