The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas’s (SoNA) final show of their 60th anniversary season is set for this weekend.
The symphony will perform their season finale, titled A Night at the Movies, at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 25 at the Walton Arts Center.
The new show will chronicle a “best of” 100 years of music in film led by SoNA Music Director Paul Haas, and featuring special guest pianist Edward Neeman.
“This is an exciting concert that takes a fun and rewarding romp through about a century of film and the music that makes it so compelling, from early silent films and mid-century classics all the way up to the blockbusters of more recent years,” Haas said. “I’ve programmed only the best of what’s out there, and I’ve designed it so that everyone — young and old alike — will be able to listen to their favorites while also being exposed to fantastic yet unfamiliar musical territory.”
The show caps a season of sold-out performances of the symphony, which has featured an expanded lineup of six concerts at Walton Arts Center and an additional show at Berry Performing Arts Center in Siloam Springs this year.
Tickets for “A Night at the Movies” are range from $28-50, and are available by calling the Walton Arts Center box office at (479) 443-5600 or visiting waltonartscenter.org.