JULY 19, 2017
8 p.m. / Doors: 6:30 p.m.
Jason Seber, conductor
No backpacks, bags or purses larger than 8.5" x 11" will be allowed into the venue.
Tickets: $20 Orchestra/ FREE Mezzanine & Lawn seating
“The Composer is Dead” comes to life on The Pavilion’s Main Stage Wednesday, July 19 at 8:00 p.m. Children and adults will go on a literary journey with the orchestra to investigate who killed the famed composer!
This hilarious tale, with music by Nathaniel Stookey and text by Lemony Snicket, is a welcomed opportunity to introduce young audiences to the various instrumental components of an orchestra.
Tickets are $20 for orchestra seating. Mezzanine and lawn seating are free. Tickets are not required for free seating. Pre-concert activities begin at 7:00 p.m. in the North Plaza. At all performing arts shows, guests are welcome to bring a picnic from home or their favorite restaurant to enjoy in their seat or on the lawn. Keep in mind however, that beverages are not allowed to be brought into The Pavilion. Lawn chairs are also provided free for this event.
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