On Tuesday October 29th, the UL Symphony will conjure up the sounds of Halloween with several spooky selections at this year's fall concert.
The performance begins at 7:30 pm in Angelle Hall.
Getting into the spirit, symphony performers will be dressed in Halloween costumes and audience members are encouraged to come in costume as well.
The musicians will perform spooky pieces, some that may be new to the audience, and others that will be more familiar. This year's selections include a few recognizable titles from Game of Thrones, Romeo and Juliet and Apollo 13.
Tickets will be available at the door. They will be $10 for adults 18 and older.
Director and Conductor Michael Blaney says this show is always well attended, so audience members should arrive early to secure a seat.