Sunday, November 4, 2018

Kettle Moraine Symphony to honor veterans

Join the Kettle Moraine Symphony on Veterans Day, Sunday November 11, for a stirring concert Honoring Veterans, which will be held at 3 PM in the Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School’s Performing Arts Center, 3399 Division Rd., Jackson. At 2:00 there will be a pre-concert talk presented by Dr. Peter Gibeau, UWM-WC music professor and KMS principal bassist.

KMS is excited to welcome two guest performers for this concert. Cellist Madeleine Kabat of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will perform Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto in E minor, written in the aftermath of World War I, and Washington County Circuit Court Judge Andrew Gonring will narrate Aaron Copland’s stirring Lincoln Portrait.  Also included are Three Pieces from Schindler’s List from the movie score by John Williams, and Civil War Suite by Joseph Turrin.  Finally, the performance will include the presentation and retirement of colors courtesy of the American Legion Post 486 of Jackson.

A free bus will be available for senior citizens from the West Bend area. Please call Connie at 262-343-0007 for more information or to sign up to ride the bus.

Admission for all Veterans is free.  In keeping with the spirit of the performance, hats or other items of clothing that denote the branch of service are encouraged.  Ticket prices are:

  • Adults $18, 
  • Senior $15, 
  • Student $5 (w/valid ID) 
  • Family Packages: $30 (2) adults + children, $20 (1) adult + children
Tickets may be purchased at the door, online at The Kettle Moraine Symphony's web site, or by calling 262-334-3469 (please leave a message). Advance purchases can also be made at the following outlets: Horicon Bank in West Bend, and White House of Music in West Bend and Germantown.

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