Category Archives: Music

Long Bay Symphony Orchestra Presents “Some Enchanted Evening”

Maestro Charles Jones Evans will lead the Long Bay Symphony (LBS) in a performance of a selection of classic songs from “The Great American Songbook.” The concert takes place on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 7 pm at the Myrtle Beach High School Music and Arts Center. 


Never out of style, these songs from well-known composers such as George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and Irving Berlin, have been recorded by artists from Bing Crosby to Bette Midler.  This toe-tapping performance will have you singing along.

 

Guest artist Anne Runolfsson recently completed a 2 year run on Broadway as the tempestuous diva, Carlotta Giudacelli in Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Phantom of the Opera, the longest running show in Broadway history.  Sal Viviano has appeared with over 120 Symphony Orchestras in Pops concerts around the world, with current bookings up to 2 years in advance.

 

Tickets range from $25 to $50.  Student tickets (21 & under with student ID) are $10. For tickets call the box office 843-448-8379, purchase online at www.LongBaySymphony.com or visit us at 1107 48th Avenue N., Suite 310-E, Myrtle Beach.

 

Music Laser Shows at Ingram Planetarium

Come to Ingram Planetarium on March 18 and 19 to experience music from classic rock albums set to mesmerizing laser graphics. Complete playlists are available at www.museumplanetarium.org.

Mar. 18            6 pm — Laser Vinyl – Enjoy rock classics from AC/DC, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Van Halen, Queen, Kansas, Kiss, Aerosmith, Boston, Journey, and Pink Floyd.

Mar. 18            7 pm – Laser Opolis – This eclectic soundtrack features artists from the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s such as Nirvana, Creed, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, the B-52’s, Prodigy, Oasis, and others.

Mar. 19            6 pm – Laser Magic – This amazing laser music show showcases a variety of musical artists that include Yanni, Blue Oyster Cult, Celine Dion, Will Smith, Elton John, Joan Jett, Pink Floyd, and more.

Mar. 19            7 pm – Pink Floyd’s The Wall – This show has been described as “the mother of all laser-light shows” and “a cult favorite.” Pink Floyd’s The Wall is considered by many to be one of the best classic rock albums of all time. This show is not recommended for young children.

Ingram Planetarium is located at 7625 High Market Street in Sunset Beach, NC. Consider becoming a planetarium member; admission is free for members. Non-member admission (including NC sales tax) is $9 for adults, $8 for seniors (62+), $7 for children (3-12), and free for age 2 and under. For more information, call 910-575-0033 or visit www.museumplanetarium.org.

Long Bay Symphony Orchestra Presents “Beethoven & Blue Jeans” in Myrtle Beach, SC

Long Bay Symphony Orchestra Presents “Beethoven & Blue Jeans” on Sunday, March 6, 2016, featuring Hye-Jin Kim, an award winning violinist.

Maestro Charles Jones Evans will lead the Long Bay Symphony (LBS) in a performance of popular masterpieces by three great composers. The concert takes place on Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 4 pm at the Myrtle Beach High School Music and Arts Center. 

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The audience will experience Handel’s Overture to Music for the Royal Fireworks and Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, one of the most famous violin concertos of all time.  Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 will complete this dazzling evening.  Hye-Jin Kim, an award winning violinist, will be a guest artist.  Born in Seoul, Korea, she began her violin studies at age 8.  She has performed as a soloist with several renowned orchestras and appeared in numerous major venues around the world.  At the invitation of Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hye-Jin performed at the U.N. Headquarters in both Geneva and New York.

 

Wear your favorite pair of blue jeans if you like!

 

Tickets range from $25 to $50.  Student tickets (21 & under with student ID) are $10. For tickets call the box office 843-448-8379, purchase online at www.LongBaySymphony.com or visit us at 1107 48th Avenue N., Suite 310-E, Myrtle Beach.