By: Jennifer Johnson—
Muncie, IN—Celebrate the holiday season with The Muncie Symphony Orchestra! Join the MSO and guests for the annual Fisher/Shafer Holiday Pops concert this Saturday, December 2, at 4 p.m. in Emens Auditorium.
Youth tickets (K-12) are just $5 and Adult single tickets starting at $25. Ball State students FREE in advance with ID. For tickets, contact the Emens Box Office at 765.285.1539.
“I look forward to sharing a joyful afternoon with the Muncie Symphony Orchestra, Ball State University Singers and Jazz Ensemble. The show includes something festive for everyone with music from the movies, Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker mixed with Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, a hint of Mozart, and many familiar carols, including a chance for the audience sing along with the orchestra,” expressed Dr. Andrew Crow, MSO guest conductor.
Pre-concert children’s activities are offered beginning at 3 p.m. and again at intermission. Activities include face painting provided by BSU Backstage, the MSO Instrument Petting Zoo and FREE family portraits sponsored by Murray’s Jewelers.
Bring the entire family to celebrate the holidays, complete with roasted chestnuts and hot apple cider offered during intermission.
This concert is generously supported by Presenting Sponsor, Old National Bank, and Concert Sponsors, Westminster Village and Murray’s Jewelers. Generous 2017/18 season sponsorship is provided by Muncie Power Products. Season partners and support provided by Ball State University, Indiana Arts Commission, Indiana Public Radio, and WIPB.
For more information, visit MuncieSymphony.org or contact the MSO office, (765) 285-5531.
About Muncie Symphony Orchestra
The Muncie Civic and College Symphony Association, Inc. (Muncie Symphony Orchestra) is a non-profit organization founded in 1948 that strives to enrich quality of life in Muncie through live orchestral performances and education outreach. As an organization that celebrates the cultural vibrancy of East Central Indiana, the Muncie Symphony Orchestra presents classical and pops concerts, chamber concerts, and free community engagement programs, to cultivate enduring community partnerships.