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Brattleboro—A fun, family-friendly Halloween concert is next for the Windham Philharmonic, Sunday, October 29 at 7 p.m. at the Latchis Theatre. The orchestra, under the direction of Hugh Keelan, brings back Jerod Tate’s striking Coyote excerpt from their recent performance of Spirit Chief Names the Animal People, with bassoon, piccolo, and percussion showing Coyote’s tricky nature. The stage will ring with dancing rhythms of Mexican composer Moncayo’s Huapango, sweeping runs of Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain, and a spooky duet sung by sopranos Elizabeth Wohl and Jenna Rae. Halloween treats and maybe a trick or two make a lively hour-long program.
Windham Philharmonic attracts musicians from three states and blends amateur and professional players in one musical community.
This concert benefits our concert partner, Groundworks Collaborative, who are working with people and systems focused on creating solutions to end hunger and homelessness for all people in our region. Admission is by donation and costumes are encouraged! Mouth-watering baked goods will be available for donation.