Featuring the Carolina Master Chorale: Jeffrey Jones, baritone
Symphonic music’s inherent descriptive power is able not only to portray emotions and paint pictures, but even tell a story. Hear some of the most powerful and famous narrative masterpieces in the orchestral repertory, from a great Shakespeare drama to an epic biblical tale, a journey down a Bohemian river and even a ride on a roller coaster!
John Adams Short Ride in a Fast Machine
Smetana The Moldau
Tchaikovsky Romeo & Juliet
Walton Belshazzar’s Feast
Classical Series performances are held on Sundays at 4:00 in the Music & Arts Center of Myrtle Beach High School, 3302 Robert Grissom Parkway in Myrtle Beach. A pre-concert talk with Maestro Charles Jones Evans is at 3:15 in the cafeteria.
The Long Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra presents the second concert of the season:
Gospel Celebration (Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 5:00) – Music & Arts Center, Myrtle Beach High School
Featuring the Community Youth Gospel Choir coordinated by the Mason Temple Church.
The concert is a benefit for The Genesis Community Complex of the Mason Temple Church. Tickets $10 Adults and $5 Students (22 and under).
Tickets available for all concerts through the Long Bay Symphony office at 950 48th Avenue N., Suite 202, Myrtle Beach, by phone 843.448.8379 or online at http://www.longbaysymphony.com.