Camillus The 37th annual Kaleidoscope concert will take place Thursday, May 24, in the Mulroy Civic Center at the Oncenter, downtown. Kaleidoscope is an annual tradition of the West Genesee High School Fine Arts Department since its inception in 1976 and coincides with the year the Onondaga County Civic Center first opened.
The concert features a performance by all of the school’s musical ensembles on the large stage, with small solos, duets, trios and quartets performing in the wings, alcoves and boxes in between as the stage is prepared for the next group.
This year, the finale selection, another Kaleidoscope tradition in which all 400 students sing and play together, will be an arrangement by WGHS alumnus Nick Baratta of “The Lion King Finale,” selections from the musical/movie The Lion King.
Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the High School Main Office, Fine Arts Office, at the War Memorial Box Office or on etix.com (search Kaleidoscope). All seats are $10 and are general admission.