Music Spooks the Imagination
- When: Sunday, October 28, 2012, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
- Where: DeWitt Community Library, DeWitt
- Cost: Free
- Age limit: All ages
- Categories: Classical, Music ensemble, Holiday Music, Jazz, Rock, Swing
Enjoy this fun concert designed to stimulate the imagination of minds from 1 to 101 years old. You can imagine the phantom in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera”; look for Batman in the original theme score. A musical “Electronic Brain” will be put into action with a metronome solo! All the children will love “Creaturehouse” and “The Pink Panther”. Music lovers of all ages will enjoy the familiar imagination catchers of Bizet’s “Gypsy Dance from Carmen” and Grieg’s “In the Hall of the Mountain King”. Circus sounds and Charles Ives themes will be heard in the “Grand Finale” from “The Great Clarinet Circus.” Other original compositions for Clarinet Choir will also be presented. Ten clarinets and percussion will present this enjoyable concert for the Halloween season.
The Silverwood Clarinet Choir was founded in 2006 and performs throughout the Central New York area. The professional clarinet ensemble plays music that is both entertaining and challenging. This unique concert features 2 Eb sopranino clarinets, 10 Bb clarinets, alto clarinet, 2 bass clarinets, contrabass clarinet, basset horn, and percussion. The choir is conducted by Pamela Mastrobattisto (East Syracuse). Members include Holly Bossert (Baldwinsville), Melanie Bulawa (Dewitt), Kathleen Freer (Manlius), Kenneth Freer (Manlius), Terryann Gerber (Brewerton), Therese Matteson (Nedrow), Paul DiPastena (North Syracuse), Wally Merriam (Fayetteville), Linda Spinella (Liverpool), Terri Tallman (Chittenango), Doug DiGennaro (Chittenango), Steve Mason (Liverpool). Visit us at www.silverwoodclarinet.com , on Facebook and YouTube.