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Night of the Living Dead Composers

Night Of The Living Dead Composers 2015

A Halloween Special featuring Decomposing Beethoven, Brahms and Mozart, plus a host of other colorful characters and twists on classical music masterpieces.


Past Events

Fri

Oct

30

2015

The Live Oak Music Hall  (info)
8pm @ The Live Oak
$15

1311 Lipscomb St., Fort Worth 76104 | map | web

Fri

Oct

23

2015

Klyde Warren Park  (info)
7:30pm @ Klyde Warren Park
FREE

2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy, Dallas 75201 | map | web

Due to expected severe weather, the 10/23 performance HAS BEEN CANCELED.

Klyde Warren Park in Dallas comes alive once again this October with greatest zombie musical geniuses in history. And this year, the show goes out to Fort Worth at the Live Oak Music Hall as well!

Open Classical’s Halloween special features Decomposing Beethoven, Decomposing Brahms and other composers, plus a host of other colorfully hysterical historical characters presenting twists on classical music masterpieces.

This year marks the debut of the All Hot Ghoul Orchestra! These ghouls are plucked from the depths of Hades, so hot they are still singed from the fire.

Don’t miss Night of the Living Dead Composers!

Sing along with us for the Finale!
Ode to Joy Sing-along >

Introduction — Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach (1833)

Vivaldi Concerto Grosso 2 violins and cello
Decomposing Beethoven, Chloe Trevor, Mandy Milliot, Decomposing Brahms

Ride of the Valkyries - Richard Wagner
All Ghoul Orchestra with Brent Buemi, Clarinet and Winged Valkyrie

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Paul Dukas
All Ghoul Orchestra

“The Black Swan” from The Medium by Gian Carlo Menotti
Kimla Beasley, soprano

Concerto for Flute in C by Frederick the Great of Prussia
Ed Flaspoehler as Great Fred

Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel by Franz Schubert
Leslie Hochman, soprano

Death and the Maiden by Franz Schubert
Robin Willis and Christian Teague

Arpeggione Sonata by Franz Schubert
Brent Buemi, clarinet

The Erl King by Franz Schubert
Leslie Hochman, Cameron Young, Christian Teague, Amy Zinger

Funeral March for a Marionette by Charles Gounod
The All Ghoul Orchestra

Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saens
The All Ghoul Orchestra

Robin Willis — “Pisen Rusalky O Mesiku” / “Song to the Moon”
by Antonín Dvořák (1901)

Duet for Two Cats by Rossini/Berthold
Leslie Hochman and Laurie Lindemeier

Cameron Young as JS Bach

Brent Buemi — “Flight of the Bumblebee #3” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1900)

Amy Zinger — “Der Holle Rache / Queen of the Night” from The Magic Flute
by W.A. Mozart  (1791)

“Ode to Joy” Symphony No. 9 by Ludwig van Beethoven
Entire Cast and Sing Along
 

The All Ghoul Orchestra
Violin: Chloe Trevor
Flute: Elyse Senteney
Clarinet: Brent Buemi
Bassoon: Janelle Ott
Trumpet: Peter Stammer
Trombone: Chris Guilfoyle
Percussion: Derron Bell
Keyboard: Thiago Nascimento

Decomposing Beethoven: Mark Landson
Decomposing Brahms: Thiago Nascimento


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