Symphony Orchestra to Perform Halloween Concert

Come and enjoy a Halloween musical extravaganza 3 p.m., Oct. 25 in Hemmle Recital Hall.

The University Symphony Orchestra will not only musically entertain their audience but also visually as they play in full Halloween costume and perform skits.

Enjoy the spirit of Halloween with the University Symphony Orchestra as they entertain audiences with a spooky twist on classical tunes.

The School of Music presents the University Symphony Orchestra Halloween Concert under the direction of Dr. Andrew George and graduate assistant conductors Jason Brame, Raul Mungia, Julie Sorensen and Carolyn Turner at 3 p.m., October 25 in Hemmle Recital Hall.

Come and listen to haunting works such as the “Billy-Tell Overture” by Rossini, “Plight of the Fumble Beez” by Rimsky-Korsakov, “In the Hall of the Burger King” by Grieg and many other great works. The Orchestra will be dressed up in their Halloween costumes and invite you to dress up as well. Throughout the concert the band will perform Halloween skits. Get out your costume and bring the family. This will be an unforgettable afternoon full of fun, excitement and great music.

Ticket Information:

  • General Public- $9.50
  • Senior Citizens- $7.50
  • Students/Lifelong Learning- $4.50

Tickets can be purchased through the Select-A-Seat Web site or by calling (806) 770-2000 or (800) 735-1288. Select-A-Seat currently has twenty-five outlets: Lubbock Civic Center, TTU Student Union, Dollar Western Wear, Ralphs Records, Caviel’s Pharmacy and twenty United Supermarket locations throughout Lubbock and the region.

For more information contact Liza Muse at (806) 742-2270.