The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra Presents a Special 1-Hour Family-Friendly Concert:
The Composer Is Dead!
Sunday, February 9 at 3pm
Church of St. Matthew
510 Hall Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55107
William Schrickel, conductor
Jake Endres, narrator
Nathaniel Stookey/Lemony Snicket – The Composer Is Dead
John Williams – Star Wars Suite – The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme)
Jake Endres returns to join William Schrickel and the MSO in Nathaniel Stookey’s entertaining musical whodunit, The Composer Is Dead, bringing to life writer Lemony Snicket’s charming murder mystery that cleverly introduces the audience to all the instruments of the orchestra while unearthing the identity of the person or persons who killed the (formerly) living composer. George Lucas’ Star Wars saga is more popular than ever, and the MSO concludes this special one-hour family concert with John Williams’ music from the first Star Wars film, released 43 years ago.
Concert is free; donations are accepted.
See event page at MSO site: msomn.org/the-composer-is-dead
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