The Melrose Symphony opens its 99th Concert Season on Saturday, November 5th at 8 pm, in Memorial Hall. The concert, entitled “Opera Without Words,” celebrates beautiful and romantic melodies from the world of opera.
While many operatic blockbusters feature the human voice, opera composers also wrote gorgeous music showcasing just the orchestra. You’ll recognize many of these pieces which have been featured in television and movies including The Godfather series, Walt Disney’s Fantasia, and of course Looney Tunes.
Conductor Yoichi Udagawa will educate and entertain audiences by sharing the background context of these operas and how the music enhances these stories. Pre-concert talk begins at 7:15 pm.
Tickets and season subscriptions are available in-store at Buckalew’s and Miter Biter on Main Street or on our website. Save 20% off tickets (online only) with the discount code: openingnight20.