St. Louis Symphony's Spooky Halloween Weekend

Powell Hall is truly THE place to be Halloween weekend for ghouls and goblins of all ages. The St. Louis Symphony is pleased to present two special and spooky programs: The Phantom of the Opera and Lemony Snicket’s The Composer is Dead.

Powell Hall will return to its roots as a movie house for The Phantom of the Opera, Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29. The original silent film from 1925 will be shown and St. Louis Symphony musicians will provide a live score that’s sure to leave everyone on the edge of their seats.

Then on Sunday, October 30, audiences will delight in The Composer is Dead, the first Family Concert of the 2011-2012 season. Children’s author Lemony Snicket wrote the text and St. Louis Symphony musicians play a central role in this suspenseful whodunit designed to introduce children to the orchestra and its instruments. Renowned St. Louis storyteller Bobby Norfolk will narrate this special presentation. Costumes are encouraged!

Tickets for all three Halloween weekend concerts still remain and can be purchased by visiting www.stlsymphony.org or by calling 314-534-1700.

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