The Marquette Symphony Orchestra presents "Symphony in the Park" on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 3:30pm.
Under the direction of Maestro Octavio Mas-Arocas, members of the Marquette Symphony Orchestra will present orchestral favorites outdoors. It’s their first performance as an orchestra since February. Because of COVID-19 regulations, the outdoor performance is limited to 200 audience members.
Kurt Hauswirth spoke with Octavio Más-Arocas, Principal Conductor of the MSO, about how the orchestra is adapting to COVID-19, social distancing and utilizing not only a different performance space but technology to bring the music to the people of Marquette:
The program includes works by Rossini, Bernstein, Brahms and more. Due to social distancing guidelines, the MSO will operate under general admission and filling the venue from front to back. All social distancing protocols will be strictly enforced and face masks are required. For more information, visit the Marquette Symphony Orchestra web site or their Facebook page.