The Agora Chorale and College-Community Symphony Band will host a “Frightful Nights” concert on Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Meyer Theater.
The concert will feature Halloween-themed pieces performed by the band and choir. There will also be a performance from the Inside Out Dance Ensemble.
Mark Felder, director of the College-Community Symphony Band, said the music being played tells a larger story.
“This is a story concert,” Felder said.
The concert is free for everyone. Donation bins will be set up near the entrance to the theater for anyone who would like to contribute.
Attendees are encouraged to dress up. Treats will be available after the show for all children and any adults wearing a costume.
Jonathan Lunneberg, director of the Agora Chorale, said various songs will be performed.
The concert will also feature a violin solo from Ann Felder to the tune of “Danse Macabre.”
Bobb Vergiels, former PA announcer for the Detroit Tigers and Toledo Mud Hens, will narrate the concert.
The Agora Chorale meets on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. in Z-275. Lunneberg said anyone who is interested, including MCCC students and community members, can join by attending rehearsals. Students can take the Agora Chorale as a class and earn credit.
“We could always use more singers,” Lunneberg said.
People interested in joining the College-Community Symphony Band must audition to join. Potential members can contact Felder at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an audition. Acceptance is determined by talent and demand for the instrument being played.