Free Symphony Concert Kicks Off Arts Month in Williamsburg VA

Arts Month 2012 is right around the corner in Williamsburg VA

imageThis year Arts Month kicks off with a Virginia Symphony Concert at the Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre, at William and Mary on August 30th.

VSO musicians are back from summer vacation and tuning up to entertain you with enticing free outdoor concert.

This concert is the start of The Virginia Symphony’s annual series of fall outdoor concerts, Symphony under the Stars, with a total four concerts taking place over Labor Day weekend and three additional performances that take place in September.

The “music under the stars” concerts, conducted by the orchestra’s dynamic Associate Conductor, Benjamin Rous, are a prelude to the Virginia Symphony’s 2012-2013 concert season. Concert goers are invited to bring family and friends to experience Hampton Roads’ professional symphony orchestra performing a family-friendly program of selections by Mozart, Rossini, Dvorák, Scott Joplin, John Williams, Marvin Hamlisch and more. Picnic baskets, beach chairs and blankets are welcome.

Bring family and friends; bring picnic baskets, beach chairs and blankets. Discover for yourself why the premier Virginia Symphony Orchestra is in the top ten percent of symphony orchestras in the nation.

Want to go ?

Date: August 30th, 2012
Time: 7:30pm (seating starts at 630pm)
Location: Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre, Williamsburg, 121 Ukrop Way.
Rain Location: Phi Beta Kappa Hall)

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