Thursday, February 11, 2016

4th Annual Spring Concert of Muses

The 4th Annual Spring Concert of Muses is produced by the founders of Park Cities School of Music and Lakewood Conservatory of Fine Arts. The production showcases the gifted instructors who teach and propel the musical talents of students throughout the DFW Metroplex. Pianists, violinists, singers, and dancers will perform a variety of musical genres. And as a grand finale a ballet dancer and painter will adapt a performance to an original piano composition played live by PCSOM founder Eva Brandys.
This year the program format evolves to welcome three special guests and an open mic. Mark Landson, founder of Open Classical—an organization that brings classical music into the heart of every day popular culture, will perform on violin. Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet performing troupe will demonstrate their modern choreography and Jasmine Barnes of the Dallas Opera Chorus will sing soprano. Open Classical will also lead an open mic session to follow the conclusion of the concert. Open mic welcomes professional and amateur musicians to play anything related to classical music. From violin solos to opera arias to string quartets and horn concertos.
$10 cover fee with a portion of proceeds benefiting The Omni Project which provides humanitarian aid and education to children affected by war. Savory bites, water, juice for kids and wine provided. All ages welcome. Pay at the door.

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