10th Anniversary of Spooky Symphony Delights Kids and Parents Alike

More than 1,500 "dressed up" to hear and watch beautifully scary music!

The 10th Annual Spooky Symphony delivered on its promise of the producing some of the most beautiful scary music you will ever hear at the Miami-Dade County Auditorium on Sunday, Oct. 27. For an hour more than 1,500 children and families listened to movie and video game themes as well as some haunting dramatic classics played by the Alhambra Orchestra and the Greater Miami Youth Symphony and presented by The Children’s Trust. The free concert has become a staple of Halloween in Miami and draws costumed children from all around the county.

For more than an hour, the crowd was treated to music that made the hairs on their neck stand up and brought out goose bumps in droves. Here are some of the scenes from this year's Spooky Symphony.

All photos by Gregory Reed. 

Emcee and The Children's Trust's Vice Chair Mark Trowbridge turned out in multiple costumes:

Families came out with the little ones stealing the spotlight. 

But the real star of the show, like always, was the beautifully scary music!