SW Florida Symphony to accompany Pyscho at Charlotte Performing Arts Center Oct. 25

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The Southwest Florida Symphony’s 59th season truly ventures into uncharted territory this year. The orchestra announces its 2019-2020 season lineup of performances, two of which will happen at the Charlotte Performing Arts Center.
The symphony opens its season on Friday, Oct. 25 with a new concert series called Brave New Music. The first concert of this series features a timely Halloween weekend screening of the Alfred Hitchcock classic horror film Psycho with live orchestral accompaniment. Experience this film in its entirety, projected on the big screen, made even more haunting through a live performance of the chilling Bernard Hermann composed score, in tandem with the movie. In addition to the film and performance, the Southwest Florida Symphony hosts its own Halloween party in the Charlotte Performing Arts Center lobby with a costume contest and a Psycho themed photo booth, complete with shower curtain and (rubber) knife.
On Jan. 31, the Southwest Florida Symphony returns to Charlotte County Performing Arts Center with a glittering performance of the Music of Queen, made larger than life when the Southwest Florida Symphony shares the stage with the only Freddie Mercury Estate licensed Queen tribute band.
Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m., with the Psycho pre-concert event beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets to the Southwest Florida Symphony’s performances at Charlotte Performing Arts Center may be purchased online at www.swflso.org or by calling 239-418-1500.


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