Spooky Symphony, the Most Beautiful Scary Music Ever Heard, Returns to the Adrienne Arsht Center on October 29
WHAT: Spooky Symphony, a ghoulishly wonderful repertoire performed by the Alhambra Orchestra and Greater Miami Youth Symphony, is a free family Halloween concert featuring music from the show Phantom of the Opera, the movie Pirates of the Caribbean and the video game Uncharted, plus eerie classics La Forza del Destino overture by Verdi and Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky. Additional concert highlights include a multimedia presentation, and audience members and musicians dressed in their Halloween costume best to enhance the supernatural experience.
WHO: The Alhambra Orchestra and Greater Miami Youth Symphony, conducted by Daniel Andai and Huifang Chen. Presented by The Children’s Trust and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, as part of the Center’s free Family Fest series.
WHEN: Sunday, October 29, 2017, 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. – TWO performances!
WHERE: The Adrienne Arsht Center John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132. Easily accessible by Metrorail, bus and trolley.
DETAILS: Admission to this popular event is FREE, you are strongly urged to reserve First Access Passes to ensure admission. Access Passes become available October 18 at noon and expire 15 minutes before showtime. Reserve your seats through the Arsht Center box office in person, online at www.arshtcenter.org or by calling 305.949.6722; Standby lines will form an hour in advance for both performances. Space typically becomes available when Access Pass holders fail to appear, making it possible for nearly everyone to be seated. For more information, call 305.667.4069 or 305.668.9260, or visit www.gmys.org or www.alhambramusic.org. Photos and interviews available upon request.
The Children’s Trust
Adrienne Arsht Center
Photo credit: Gregory Reed