The first concert under the direction of Will H. Bryant is performed at the “new” (1922) Indiana Theatre.
The newly-formed Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra Association establishes a concert series, thereby enhancing the work and ensuring the future of the THSO.
Local businesses begin to contribute financially to the THSA. Guest artists, such as Isaac Stern (1962), become a part of the programming.
For the first time, all members of the THSO are paid; therefore, the orchestra becomes truly “professional.”
Women’s Symphony Society (later Terre Haute Symphony League) is organized.
Following in a long tradition of distinguished conductors, David Bowden becomes the Music director, a position he still holds today.
The THSA grows to the point that it offers five subscription concerts; four “Family Time” concerts; two free children’s concerts in the Wabash Valley.