Information provided by the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra
MUNSTER, Ind. – Celebrate Halloween Symphony style as the Northwest Indiana Symphony and conductor Kirk Muspratt present “Frightfully Fun Halloween,” with two performances, Thursday, October 26; and Friday, October 27 both at 7:30 p.m. at the Auditorium at Living Hope Church. The concert will also feature members of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Youth Orchestra.
“People have been asking me to bring back the Halloween concerts every time I run into them at the grocery store or gas station,” said Maestro Muspratt. “So back by popular demand, come hear amazing music, see and wear crazy costumes, and have fun with your families and neighbors.”
This Family Friendly concert will feature fantasy and otherworldly music from movies and television like Back to the Future, Pirates of the Caribbean, Captain America, and Bluey, plus spooky classical pieces as well. The orchestra will be wearing costumes, and Maestro Muspratt has two different costumes to surprise and delight. Audience costumes are invited but not required. There will be prizes awarded each night for best costumes.
Tickets for the concert range from $40–75 each and students are $10. Group sale area available as a discount. The public should call the Symphony office at 219-836-0525 or visit the website at www.NISOrchestra.org to order tickets for Halloween.
This concert is sponsored by Purdue University Northwest Department of Communication & Creative Arts and College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences, John Cicco’s Menswear, Vidimos, Inc., BMO, Andy & Sue Arnold, The Neff Family, Precision Control Systems, American Precision Services, and Crown Point Community Foundation.
Living Hope Church is located at 9000 W Taft Street in Merrillville, Indiana.
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