The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra (WVSO) continues its 75th anniversary season with an exciting lineup of concerts for serious symphonic music listeners, pops lovers, and families alike. This year\u2019s season theme is \u201cDiscover Your Symphony,\u201d which unites the community, region and state to explore the incredible world of symphonic music. Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the WVSO is one of West Virginia\u2019s premiere cultural institutions that delights audiences and provides invaluable music education opportunities to children and musicians across the State.\r\n\r\nThe Capitol Conference Center Symphonic Series continues on Jan. 24 and 25, as the WVSO presents Sibelius\u2019 Symphony No. 1 and guest pianist Valentina Lisitsa performs Brahms\u2019 Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15. On Feb. 28 and Mar. 1, WVSO presents The Mary Price Ratrie Legacy Concert with Beethoven\u2019s Symphony No. 3 (Eroica) and Beethoven\u2019s Violin Concerto featuring guest violinist Korbinian Altenberger of Astral Artists. The series closes on May 2 and 3, with Orff\u2019s Carmina Burana with Janet Brown, soprano, Gerald Gray, tenor, Paul Kreider, baritone, the Appalachian Children\u2019s Chorus, Fairmont State University Chorus, West Virginia Symphony Chorus and the West Virginia University Chorus. The concert also features Charleston, WV native Matthew Jackfert\u2019s On the Shores of Qingdao and Modarelli\u2019s River Saga. Each concert includes \u201cPreludes,\u201d a pre-concert discussion with Maestro Grant Cooper beginning at 7 p.m. \u201cPreludes\u201d is free to all concert-goers.\r\n\r\nThe ZMM Architects & Engineers Pops Series is sure to delight and entertain audiences with another season of great guest artists and performances. Feb. 7 and 8 features Satisfaction: The International Rolling Stones Show with the orchestra. The show is hailed as one of the most authentic cast and production shows honoring the Rolling Stones. The concert showcases hits such as \u201cSympathy for the Devil,\u201d \u201cPaint it Black\u201d and \u201cSatisfaction.\u201d On Mar. 14 and 15, WVSO brings audiences The John Williams Experience honoring the world\u2019s greatest movie composer with music from Star Wars, Indiana Jones and E.T. The series closes on Apr. 11 and 12, with Wicked Divas bringing the best of Broadway to Charleston with selections from Wicked, Gypsy, Ragtime, Titanic and opera selections from George Bizet\u2019s Carmen.\r\n\r\nThe City National Bank Family Discovery Series continues this season with performances that are perfect for the whole family. On Mar. 15, Slim Goodbody joins the WVSO to bring A Celebration of Yourself. The Series closes with The Music of Harry Potter on Apr. 12.\r\n\r\nThe 2013-2014 Montclaire String Quartet Series returns to the University of Charleston\u2019s beautiful Erma Byrd Gallery for a third year. Performances for the remainder of the season are New England Patriots on Feb. 2 and Lucky Seven on Mar. 23.\r\n\r\nSymphonic, pops, and family concerts are held in the Maier Foundation Performance Hall at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of West Virginia in Charleston. Montclaire String Quartet concerts are held in the Erma Byrd Gallery on the campus of the University of Charleston. For tickets and more information, visit www.wvsymphony.org or call the Clay Center Box Office at 304-561-3570.