• October 28, 2015 "Forged at Olde Whippeny - Iron Tricentennial Celebration"
  • December 6, 2015 "Christmas Presence VIII"
  • The Hanover Wind Symphony Shines at Their 30th Anniversary Concert
  • HWS 30th Anniversary - Reflections from Founding Members
  • Hanover Wind Symphony Videos

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Now in our 31st season of ‘bringing music to people and people to music’, the Hanover Wind Symphony announces its new lineup of exciting performances.

Our season opens on Wednesday, October 28th as we partner with the Hanover Township Landmark Commission for "Forged at Olde Whippeny," a journey through town in honor of the Iron Tricentennial. See and hear our rich history with local historians and exciting music at Memorial Junior School.

Mark your calendar for Sunday, December 6th for our annual holiday concert “Christmas Presence” at Our Lady of Mercy in Whippany. It has become a local Christmas tradition. Standing and Singing room only!

We welcome our new friends from the Lakeland Youth Symphony for our “Album for the Young” concert of music by youths and for youths. On Sunday, February 28th at Memorial Junior School there will be something for children of all ages – even the young-at-heart!

It’s back to the Bickford Theatre in Morristown on Sunday, May 1st for “Songs for the Earth” – a concert for the Earth and Sky, perfect for celebrating the beginning of Spring.

We venture out to Rockaway on Wednesday, May 25th for a joint concert with Morris Hills High School as part of our community outreach program. Maybe we’ll find some more future recruits there!

Stay tuned in the Spring for announcements for our Gazebo Series concerts in the great


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The Hanover Wind Symphony supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. 

Funding has been made possible in part by funds from Morris Arts through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Cultural Arts Committee of Hanover Township.