CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN WITH WESTFIELD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Music, Movie and Halloween Costume Contest!
Savor the silver screen’s final silent masterpiece - swashbuckling musketeers and more - as Westfield Symphony Orchestra celebrates Halloween by bringing to life, in glorious symphonic technicolor, the original 1929 movie The Iron Mask starring Douglas Fairbanks on Saturday October 29th at 7pm in the Presbyterian Church in Westfield.
With split-second timing and precision, more than 50 WSO musicians will perform LIVE a magnificent soundtrack by renowned composer Carl Davis as the original classic movie – a stirring story of, swordsmanship, deception, romance, drama, violence, humor, and grandiose glory that more than stands the test of time - is projected above the orchestra and in full view of the audience.
Musical giants, goblins and flying warrior women will round off the Halloween festivities as WSO presents Monsters from ”The Ring” a selection of orchestral excerpts from Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
A free pre-concert lecture, an informative, entertaining and an engaging way to learn about the movie, music and music makers before the concert will be conducted by Dr. Barbara Thomson in the Presbyterian Church Chapel at 6pm.
HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTESTS for adults and kids. FIRST PRIZE $200 -- wear your costume!
Purchase your tickets (and subscriptions) on line – it’s simple, secure, you can choose your own seats, print your tickets, and avoid the $6 handling fee.