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SLIDESHOW: Symphony on Ice Dazzles in Its Return to WesBanco Arena in Wheeling

The Wheeling Symphony Orchestra welcomed a festive crowd back into WesBanco Arena Thursday night in Wheeling for the return of Symphony on Ice. Members of the Wheeling Skate Club took to the ice in jolly attire, skating to the orchestra's rendition of “Santa Claus is Comin' to Town.” (Photos by Eric Ayres)
Members of the Wheeling Skate Club took to the ice in jolly attire, skating to the orchestra's rendition of “Santa Claus is Comin' to Town.” (Photos by Eric Ayres)
Members of the Wheeling Skate Club took to the ice in jolly attire, skating to the orchestra's rendition of “Santa Claus is Comin' to Town.” (Photos by Eric Ayres)
Two-time U.S. national champion and Olympic medalist Gracie Gold entertained the crowd at the arena with a graceful routine on the ice. (Photos by Eric Ayres)
WSO Conductor John Devlin led members of the symphony through a rousing array of holiday favorites during Symphony on Ice in December. (Photo by Eric Ayres)
WSO Conductor John Devlin led members of the symphony through a rousing array of holiday favorites. (Photos by Eric Ayres)
WSO Conductor John Devlin led members of the symphony through a rousing array of holiday favorites. (Photos by Eric Ayres)
New assistant conductor of the WSO Antoine Clark made his Wheeling debut Thursday night, sharing duties with Maestro John Devlin on the conductor's podium throughout the evening. (Photos by Eric Ayres)
New assistant conductor of the WSO Antoine Clark made his Wheeling debut Thursday night, sharing duties with Maestro John Devlin on the conductor's podium throughout the evening. (Photos by Eric Ayres)
Maestro John Delvin said he and the members of the WSO were delighted to be back for the wildly popular holiday event after last year's event had to pause in the wake of the pandemic. Maestro John Delvin said he and the members of the WSO were delighted to be back for the wildly popular holiday event after last year's event had to pause in the wake of the pandemic. (Photos by Eric Ayres)

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