Antonin Dvorak’s triumphant Symphony No. 9, “From the New World”, plus the UCA Concerto winner performance, with special activities before and after the concert! You do not want to miss the cultural voyage of this classic orchestral work!
The performance also includes Prelude to La Traviata by Verdi (Isaac Terceros, Conductor) and An Aria from La Traviata by Verdi: “A fors e lui” (Joylyn Rushing, Soprano).
Tickets are FREE for any students involved in a music program. That can be band, orchestra, choir, private lessons, church handbells, any activity that includes learning or performing music. Simply tell the box office you have a student musician when you are purchasing tickets.
We are also sponsoring an art contest and an essay contest for students in grades 5-12, with the theme ‘What does it mean to be American?’ and inspired by the music of the New World Symphony. Click here for more info on how to submit an entry for cash prizes!
Tickets start at $5 for children and all students (with ID), with a group rate of $15, and adult tickets are $20, $30 and $38, depending on seating section.
Lobby activities before the concert in collaboration with the UCA College of Liberal Arts and the Faulkner County Museum, with special thanks to Dr. Michael Rosenow, Dr. Hillary Anderson, Dr. Kristen Epps, Dr. Peter Mehl, and Lynita Langley-Ware.