Only one person in the world can tell this uplifting true story about the extraordinary power of music, because it is his own: Acclaimed professional conductor, playwright and actor David Katz stars in MUSE of FIRE, his heartbreaking, hilarious one-man play about great music and the secret life of conductors.
MUSE of FIRE takes place Friday, March 16 at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $23. Senior citizens and college students receive a discount. Youth enjoy free admission.
The Warren Symphony Orchestra is sponsoring the one-act musical play, MUSE of FIRE, a theatrical presentation utilizing recorded orchestral music. The Warren Symphony sponsors this production but does not appear in the performance.
“The Warren Symphony is very excited to be able to offer this departure from our standard concert event,” Myrle Hughes, president of the Warren Symphony Society, said. “MUSE of FIRE represents a unique blend of theatre and classical music that should appeal to both genres. We hope that the synergy created by this event will result in introducing the Warren Symphony Orchestra to a new group of prospective patrons.”
The Warren Symphony Orchestra is in its 39th season serving the tri-county area. In addition to performing its regular event schedule, the WSO also operates educational programs that bring thousands of elementary school students to an orchestra concert, many for the first time.
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