March 22, 2012

of a most URGENT nature

In just ten days, violinist Anna Vayman takes the stage for Romantic Hero! 
a Muncie Symphony Orchestra classical concert 

The concert is in the extraordinary Sursa Hall.  

Sursa Hall is a musical jewel for the entire community, blending first-rate acoustical design with musical intimacy. It is designed to foster a close connection between performers and audiences, and its acoustical tuning capabilities allow performers to adjust the hall's sound qualities to suit their individual preferences.  The cornerstone of Ball State University's Music Instruction Building  is named in honor of benefactors David and Mary Jane Sursa.  credit

Tickets to performances in 600-seat Sursa Performance Hall, sell out fast.  
Seating is general admission.
ADULTS $ 30 
Students tickets are FREE with BSU or IVY Tech Student until March 30th. 
All student tickets at the door $5

 Buy tickets at Emens Box Office or Ticketmaster.  

Shostakovich Violin Concerto No.1 Mvt.1 - Sayaka Shoji 

A pre-concert talk by Bohuslav Rattay and guests at 6:30 p.m. in Sursa Hall is free with a concert ticket.
Peter Blume, director of the David Owsley Museum of Art
Laura Kuykendall, assistant professor of art history at Ball State University.

More detail about the MSO concert, Romantic Hero! HERE

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