If you’re looking for a fun, family-friendly way to spend Halloween this year, a trip to The Spartanburg Philharmonic is a great way to make memories. This Halloween, The Spartanburg Philharmonic will be celebrating in an iconic way!
And if you’ve never attended a concert performance of The Spartanburg Philharmonic, you are in for a treat (no tricks, we promise!)
This isn’t your grandma’s philharmonic! Find out what to expect when you attend a “Magical” performance of The Spartanburg Philharmonic on October 30th or 31st! Plus, enter a giveaway below for a chance to win a family pack of tickets to one of the two performances!
Special thanks to the Spartanburg Philharmonic for sponsoring this giveaway.
The Spartanburg Philharmonic Celebrates The Magic Of John Williams With Families
What do these people all have in common? Children are fans of them!
They may not know the name of the composer who has had a hand in the score of nearly every iconic film made in the last 70 years, but I assure you they will recognize his work.
The scores of popular films like Star Wars, Harry Potter, Jurrasic Park, Home Alone, and dozens of others have become a part of our culture. So much so that I bet your child can identify the theme from Jaws without ever having seen the 80s thriller. Highly recognizable orchestral music like this is a great way to introduce your family to the Spartanburg Philharmonic.
See how many of the songs on The Spartanburg Philharmonic’s Magical Music Preview you and your family members can recognize (no cheating)! This playlist on Spotify will give you a sneak peek at the music you will hear during the performance.
The Magical Power of A Spartanburg Philharmonic Performance
Studies have shown that attending a live performance of this kind at a young age can help a child become a better communicator, help with motor skills, help brain function, and (wait for it) provide people of all ages with a stronger immune system.
That last part got your attention, right?
It’s true, and it’s been studied numerous times. Listening to music transports us to a relaxing place with its calming effect. The result is a reduction in stress-related hormones and an increase in the immunity-boosting cells in our system. It’s like taking vitamins, only more enjoyable!
Have A Magical Night With The Spartanburg Philharmonic
If you have never been to a performance at the Spartanburg Philharmonic, it’s probably nothing like you expect. The Spartanburg Philharmonic brings in fresh new faces to conduct, chosen for their incredible talent and personality.
The days of dry and serious orchestral performances are gone, and even when the Spartanburg Philharmonic is playing a performance that isn’t themed, it’s still a fun event to attend. The special guest conductor for The Spartanburg Philharmonic’s “Magical” is native New Yorker and Indian American conductor Roger Kalia. His current job titles include being the Director of five different orchestras across the country, and he is passionate about advocating for music education.
Attending A Magical Performance With The Spartanburg Philharmonic
Guests attending this “Magical” event are encouraged to show love for their favorite fandom by dressing up as characters from their favorite John Williams’ scored movie. Your whole family can dress in a theme or show your individual love for a movie. This is your chance to get creative and have fun at the Philharmonic! Don’t forget it’s Halloween weekend, so your costume for the performance can do double duty.
*Keep in mind you’ll need to be comfortable in the theatre seat during the performance, so large cumbersome costumes should be avoided.
The Zimmerli Concert Series
The Spartanburg Philharmonic offers youth pricing for all Zimmerli Series concerts, 50% off tickets for youth aged 22. This is a great way to build off of your child’s excitement about orchestral music.
Magical is part of the Zimmerli Series of concerts, along with these performances:
Concert Safety Precautions
The Spartanburg Philharmonic is committed to the safety of its patrons, performers, and staff. Therefore, all Philharmonic staff, musicians, and volunteers are required to be vaccinated or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result 72 hours before participating in an event.
Currently, Twichell Auditorium requires that all guests wear a properly fitting mask while attending a performance. In addition, patrons must wear face coverings over the nose and mouth throughout the duration of the concert and supply their own.
A live stream of each concert in the Zimmerli Series will be available for families that would like to enjoy the show but need to quarantine or stay out of public gatherings. The live stream can be purchased for $25 per household and will not include an in-person ticket.
Spartanburg Philharmonic’s “Magical” Event Info
Spartanburg Philharmonic’s Magical
Win a Family Pack of Tickets to Magical!
One lucky Kidding Around Greenville reader will win a family pack of tickets for up to six (6) family members to see Magical on either October 30 at 7 p.m. or October 31 at 2 p.m.
This giveaway runs from September 14-30, 2021. Good luck!
- You must be 18 or older and live in the USA to enter this giveaway.
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- One entry per person per day.
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