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PSO's annual Romance concert is back featuring music, poetry, acrobatics and more

Maestro George Stelluto
Jeffery Noble
Maestro George Stelluto

On this week's episode of Out and About, Peoria Symphony Orchestra Music Director Maestro George Stelluto talks about the PSO’s upcoming annual Romance concert.

Take Valentine’s Day to new heights with aerial acrobatic violinist, Janice Martin, and the Central Illinois Ballet during the annual Romance concert. This year, the popular after-party makes its return following the concert. Featuring a live band, dance, food and drinks, and more – this is the perfect way to end a romantic evening. The after-party is free to attend for everyone who has purchased a ticket to the Romance concert.
This program, titled Romance, has been designed in honor of the Peoria Symphony Orchestra’s 125th season by their soloist, aerial acrobatic violinist Janice Martin: romantic music from the Romantic Era!

Romance will take place on Saturday, February 18th at 7:30 pm at the Peoria Civic Center Theater. For tickets and more information, visit the PSO's website.

Jody Holtz is WCBU's assistant program and development director, <i>All Things Considered</i> host, as well as the producer of WCBU’s arts and culture podcast <i>Out and About</i>.