Spooky Classical Music for Halloween

BACH Fall Concert:
October 24th & 26th (Thursday and Saturday)
Spooky Classical Music for Halloween
featuring “Dracula” by Steve Whitehead

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Join Bay Area Classical Harmonies for an evening of spooky classical music for Halloween. BACH kicks off its 2013-14 concert season with performances by the BACH Chorus accompanied by members of BACH Orchestra. The groups will be presenting carefully selected Halloween-themed art music for the holiday, including original composition¬† of “Dracula by San Francisco Bay Area local composer Steve Whitehead for strings, horrific opera scenes from Don Giovanni, Dido and Aeneas, and Sweeney Todd, Jennefelt’s “Villarosa Saliardi,” and Mozart’s “Confutatis & Lacrimosa,” as well as some scary surprises throughout. A perfect concert for ghosts and ghouls alike, this wonderfully curated selection of classical music is the perfect way to celebrate the Halloween season.

October 24th, Thursday @ 7:30PM
The Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist
1661 15th Street, SF
Tickets: $20 General for Online $25 @ the door,  $12 Students
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October 26th, Saturday @ 7:30PM
Pro Arts Gallery
150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland
Tickets: $20 General for Online $25 @ the door,  $12 Students
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