Movie Music!


Movie Music!

Feb 5
7:30 PM
Century II Concert Hall

featuring Ron Spigelman, guest conductor

Though it might not look like you're at the movies, it will sound like you are! Don’t miss this concert filled with familiar themes from the silver screen! Guest conductor Ron Spigelman leads the Wichita Symphony in a program of music from cinema's greatest film scores including Mission Impossible, The Lord of the Rings, Schindler's List, and more! 

At the Wichita Symphony, we are excited to be BETTER TOGETHER, ONCE AGAIN! Thank you for helping us return to LIVE music while maintaining the health & safety of our musicians, volunteers, staff, and patrons like you!

Vaccination/Negative COVID test requirements:

Beginning January 1, 2022, the Board of Directors for the Wichita Symphony Society requires all patrons to show, with government-issued photo ID, proof of complete COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID test from within 72-hours of the concert. We ask that all audience members continue to wear cloth or disposable face masks worn over the mouth and nose, as they have in throughout the fall. For more details, please visit

Proof of COVID vaccination OR Negative COVID test within 72-hours of the concert are required from all concertgoers.
Masks are also required.

For more information on health and safety expectations, please CLICK HERE
Ron Spigelman

About Ron Spigelman, guest conductor

A native of Australia, conductor Ron Spigelman, is an honors graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, London. He has been the Associate Conductor of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Music Director of the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet, the San Angelo Symphony and the Texas Chamber Orchestra, Springfield Symphony Orchestra (MO) and he is currently Music Director of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta (NY) and Pops Conductor of the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. 

He has conducted many orchestras in the U.S. including The Dallas, San Antonio, Phoenix, Virginia and North Carolina symphonies as well as the Louisiana and Naples philharmonics, and in Australia, the Adelaide, Queensland and Sydney symphony orchestras, the West Australian Opera, and the Australian Youth Orchestra.

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