2017-2018 Concert Series For The Shoals Symphony

By  | August 8, 2017 | Filed under: News

THE SHOALS-From W.C. Handy, to Sam Phillips, Rick Hall, and the Swampers, our musical legacy continues with the Shoals Symphony at UNA as we begin our 35th season!

The Shoals Symphony is pleased to announce its 2017-18 Concert Series:

Sunday, October 8. A Classical Masterworks concert, Fortune and Fate, featuring UNAs classical pianist, Dr. Yi-Min Cai, who will perform works by Russian composers Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky.

Sunday, October 29. A family Halloween Concert, Tomb it May Concern, featuring an instrument petting zoo for the kids.  This performance will be repeated the following day for area school students.

Sunday, December 10. Our traditional holiday concert has become a standard fixture, a must-see event!  In addition to the holiday classics, we’ll perform contemporary religious recording artist Michael W. Smith’s Agnus Dei.

Saturday, January 13, 2018. UNA Honor Orchestra.  This concert is one of the nation’s premier orchestral workshops for high school string students, who will be invited to perform with our professional orchestra.

Sunday, March 4, 2018. This concert, Joyful Virtue, will feature a 200-voice choir as the symphony orchestra performs Beethoven’s final complete composition, the 9th Symphony – WOW!

Friday, May 4, 2018. After Pirates of the Caribbean and The Jungle Book, our Disney Live Concert Series continues with another Disney classic film, Ratatouille, a delightful, animated comedy about a rat who wants to become a French chef!

For the price of six meals at $13.83, you can enjoy being a season ticket holder for $83 for the entire concert series!
Media Release/David L. Black
President, Shoals Symphony Orchestra
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