By: Jennifer Johnson—
Muncie, IN—Roasted chestnuts, hot spiced cider, and your favorite holiday classics! Celebrate the holiday season with Muncie Symphony Orchestra at the annual Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops Concert this Saturday, December 7 at 4 p.m. in Emens Auditorium.
The Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops Concert will include a potpourri of holiday musical classics performed by the Muncie Symphony Orchestra and will feature the talents of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of East Central Indiana and Ball State University Singers as special guests. A special highlight of the concert will be music from Frozen Jr., with actors from Muncie Civic Theatre performing on stage with the orchestra.
Youth tickets (Kindergarten -12th grade) are just $5; Ball State student tickets are FREE in advance with student ID. College student tickets are $10 with student ID. Adult Single Tickets start at $25. For tickets, contact the Emens Box Office at 765-285-1539 or visit MuncieSymphony.org.
Beginning at 3 p.m., join us in the Emens lobby for free family activities including friends and family photos taken with Santa, holiday craft, and our MSO Instrument Petting Zoo. Ever wondered what chestnuts roasting on an open fire taste like? Now is your chance to try them! During intermission, enjoy complimentary hot spiced cider and roasted chestnuts prepared by BSU Hospitality and Food Management.
The Fisher-Shafer Holiday Pops Concert is made possible by the generosity of our Presenting Sponsor, Old National Bank. Concert sponsors are Westminster Village and Murray’s Jewelers. Season partnership and support are provided by Indiana Public Radio, WIPB, Indiana Arts Commission, and Ball State University.
About the Muncie Symphony Orchestra
The Muncie Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is a non-profit organization founded in 1948 that strives to enrich quality of life in Muncie through live orchestral performances and education outreach. As an organization that celebrates the cultural vibrancy of East Central Indiana, the MSO presents classical and pops concerts, chamber concerts, and free community engagement programs, to cultivate enduring community partnerships.