Hastings Symphony opens year with absolutely free concert
HASTINGS — The 98th period of the Hastings Symphony Orchestra kicks off at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10, with a spouse and children-pleasant concert led by new conductor, Tyler Goodrich White.
The concert will aspect a blend of patriotic and properly-regarded music such as the “Star-Spangled Banner” by John Stafford Smith, “Stars and Stripes Forever” by John Philip Sousa, Rodeo “Hoedown” by Aaron Copland and the themes from “Star Wars” and “Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets” by John Williams.
White, who is also the director of orchestras and professor of conducting at the College of Nebraska-Lincoln, takes up the baton soon after approximately 20 seasons with Byron Jensen at the helm.
The Hastings Symphony Orchestra is also joined by visitor conductor, Maggie Frey, age 8, who gained the opportunity to perform “Stars and Stripes Forever” by collaborating in the Hastings General public Library summer season examining method.
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This “Family Fun” concert is totally free and open to all people. A freewill providing will be collected to support offset some fees incurred by the HSO, these types of as tunes and machines rental. Year passes will also be accessible for pickup and order before and after the live performance.
Time 98 of the Hastings Symphony Orchestra — “Getting to Know You” — promises something for everyone, from the inspiring symphonic traditions of Beethoven, Shostakovich, Schumann, and Sibelius to more recent masterpieces by Black, Latinx, LGBT+ and woman composers from the vibrant globe of jazz to pops and vacation favorites.
Study extra about the year and buy year passes and individual tickets at HastingsSymphony.com.
Voices of the Past to element Grand Island small business
The record of a popular Grand Island enterprise with be the target of the to start with Voices of the Past system set for Sunday, Sept. 10.
Mark Miller will share the record of Eakes Place of work Remedies and its founder, Howard Eakes, at 2 p.m. in Burlington Station, Sixth and Plum streets.
Because opening its doorways virtually 80 a long time in the past, Eakes has developed to just one of the major company solutions providers in the Midwest because its founding in 1945.
Sponsored by the Corridor County Historic Society, the program is open to the general public with a $5 admission price for non-associates.
Espresso and refreshments will abide by, with individuals attending inspired to share recollections of Howard Eakes.
For a lot more data, get in touch with 308-750-2202.
Plan to concentrate on 1898 diary
CENTRAL City — Megan Sharp will present “The Diary of a Merrick County Woman: Louise Brage” Sunday, Sept. 10, in Central Town.
Sharp, executive director of the Merrick County Historic Museum, will present the plan at 2 p.m. in the Merrick County Undertaking Centre, 1532 17th Ave. The 1898 diary is in the collection of the museum and unfolds what lifestyle is like for this youthful girl ahead of and after relationship.
A temporary organization assembly will precede the presentation in which reports and updates will be specified on the new museum facility the public is welcome to attend.
For extra information and facts contact the museum at 308-624-3367 and go away a concept.
Spouse and children Enjoyable Fest established for Sunday
KEARNEY — Kearney Cultural Partners, an group of additional then 20 arts and cultural applications, will host a Family members Fun Fest on Sunday in Kearney.
This totally free occasion is set for 1 to 4 p.m. in Harmon Park.
“Partners” involve the Kearney Space Arts Council, Crane River Theater, the Kearney Region Children’s Museum and the Merryman Accomplishing Arts Center.
All through the party, children will have the prospect to create artwork, satisfy “princesses,” get their faces painted, soar in bounce properties and far more. In addition, households can see dwell performances from the Edgerton Explorit Center and qualified Indigenous American dancer, singer, and tale-teller Garan Coon.
Stop by KearneyCulturalPartners.com for additional facts.
This weekend at the Grand …
“Oppenheimer” is exhibiting this weekend at the Grand Theatre, 316 W. Third St. Showtimes are 7:15 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Through Entire world War II, Lt. Gen. Leslie Groves Jr. appoints physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer to do the job on the top rated-magic formula Manhattan Undertaking. Oppenheimer and a staff of scientists commit a long time establishing and building the atomic bomb. Their perform comes to fruition on July 16, 1945, as they witness the world’s initially nuclear explosion, without end transforming the program of history.
This film is rated R for some sexuality, nudity and language. Functioning time is three hrs.
Admission is $5 for older people and $4 for kids and seniors. For additional info, connect with 308-381-2667 or pay a visit to grandmovietheatre.com.
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