The Shoreline Symphony will present a concert entitled “What Dreams May Come” on Sunday, March 18, 2018, at 4:00 p.m. at the Frauenthal Center, 425 West Western Ave., Muskegon, MI. This is the second performance in Shoreline Symphony’s 2017-2018 season Magic and Mystery.
If your dreams had soundtracks, what would they sound like? What about your nightmares?
Composers have written music about dreams of every kind: waking and sleeping, peaceful and creepy, lucid and murky. The Shoreline Symphony invites you to hear some of these imaginative pieces in its upcoming concert.
Featured music includes:
• portions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (versions by both Mendelssohn and Purcell)
• tone poems by Elgar and Nielsen
• short selections from operas by Humperdinck (Hansel and Gretel) and Arensky (Dream of the Volga)
• film music from Requiem for a Dream and The Secret of NIMH
Admission is $8 for adults. Students and those under 18 are welcome to attend for free.
Tickets are only available through the Frauenthal Center. To purchase them:
• Call the Frauenthal box office at 231-727-8001
• Visit www.frauenthal.org
• Go to the Frauenthal box office at 425 West Western Ave., Muskegon, Michigan
Preceding the concert, Shoreline Symphony Director Annette Jurcevic will talk about the music, the composers who wrote it, and their ideas about dreams. Don’t miss her energetic, humorous discussion, which starts at 3:30 p.m.
Established in September 2012, the Shoreline Symphony Community Orchestra is celebrating its sixth season of creating quality classical music for Muskegon area audiences. Led by founding director Annette Jurcevic, the Shoreline Symphony Community Orchestra brings together professional and amateur musicians who play alongside students and faculty from several area colleges and universities. The non-profit organization is the only all-volunteer orchestra in the Muskegon area to include woodwinds, brass, percussion, and strings.
For more event information, contact Annette Jurcevic at 512-914-8628 or email@example.com.