FORT SMITH (KFSM) - The Fort Smith Symphony is gearing up for its 92nd season with a World War II piece beginning on October 3rd to commemorate the war's 70th anniversary. But, that is only one of a number of musical performances they are doing this year.
In a "5NEWS This Morning" segment that aired Sunday (September 13), anchor Daren Bobb talked to the Fort Smith Symphony Music Director John Jeter. He broke down the six performances the symphony has planned for their new season. Jeter said they're almost selling out on individual performances and recommends buying season tickets instead to secure a seat.
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