The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra will open its 15th anniversary season with “Symphony SPOOK-tacular,” a family-friendly matinee performance on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. at the Johns Creek United Methodist Church, 11180 Medlock Bridge Road in Johns Creek, Georgia. Attendees are encouraged to come in costume if they like, and to arrive early to participate in hands-on activities in the lobby, courtesy of the Johns Creek Arts Center. Face masks are required inside the church.
The hour-long concert will be performed without intermission, and it will include tunes that honor the traditions of both Halloween and Día de los Muertos. Some of the featured works include Saint-Saens’ Danse Macabre, Themes from The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Dukas, Día de los Muertos by Richard Meyer, and more.
TICKETS for this public performance range from $15-42.50, and children ages 0-2 are admitted FREE. For tickets, call (678) 748-5802 or visit www.johnscreeksymphony.org. Tickets to this concert are limited due to social distancing restrictions, and tickets may sell out in advance of the day of the show.
Now celebrating its 15th anniversary season, the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra is metro Atlanta’s only fully professional, part-time symphonic orchestra, made up of professional musicians from all over the greater metro Atlanta area. The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Founder and Music Director J. Wayne Baughman, provides musical enrichment for the community of Johns Creek through a three-concert series of performances, as well as additional educational programs and special events each year.