It's not spooky or scary, just plain fun on tap during Halloween Concert
ANGOLA, Ind. – Get in the Halloween spirit by donning a costume and listening to a mix of Halloween favorites and tunes made popular by top movies during the Trine University Halloween Concert this weekend.
The free concert, presented by the Trine Chamber Orchestra and vocal ensembles, is at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Dale Hughes Auditorium, Steuben County Community Center, 317 S. Wayne St., Suite 2J. Children and their parents are encouraged but not required to come in costume to enjoy this festive concert.
"We hope community members will enjoy our fun and spirited Halloween Concert that promises lively tunes and Halloween favorites," said Mark Kays, chair of the music department. "It's one of our favorite concerts and a great way to get in the mood for Halloween whether you're a child or a child at heart."
Many Halloween-inspired favorites are on tap, including "Lightning!" by Greg Gilpin, "Animal Crackers, Volume I" by Eric Whitacre and crowd favorite "The Monster Mash" by Bobby Pickett and Leonard Capizzi. The male performers will dominate the stage for their rendition of "We May Not Be Vampires (But We're Still Men)" by Mark Burrows.
Hits from popular and well-loved movies will also be performed, including "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" by Paul Dukas, "Batman -- the Dark Knight Rises" by Hans Zimmer and "1812 Overture" by Johannes Brahams as performed in the movie "V for Vendetta" by Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
So, trick or treat, this fun concert can't be beat.