Save the date: Sunday, December 20th at 3pm, The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra performs at The Church of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity, 157 Montague Street. Tickets are $15 and children are free. Following the concert, there will be a reception with refreshments and lots of holiday cheer. Founded in 1973, the BSO is a true community organization, composed of musicians who play for the sheer joy of the experience. Sunday’s concert is mix of wonderful 20th century British composers, who provide, according to Nicholas Armstrong, Artistic Director, “a certain melancholic sonorous tonality,” a lovely counterpoint to this joyous holiday season. Don’t miss Vaughan- Williams’ Symphony #2 in G Major, “A London Symphony.” The weather points to the first snow of the season this weekend— what could be more perfect?
Tickets: 718-707-1411 Photo credit: Karen Zuegner