YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE?
WIN A CHANCE TO PERFORM ON STAGE DURING THE MUSIC OF MICHAEL JACKSON ON FEBRUARY 28!
How are your moonwalking skills? Hartford Symphony Orchestra (HSO) invites dancers of all ages to enter in its online contest for the chance to perform during the song “Beat It” when HSO presents The Music of Michael Jackson on Saturday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m. This concert, which features guest artist James Delisco and guest conductor Brent Havens, is part of Hartford Symphony Orchestra’s 2014-2015 POPS! Series, sponsored by United Technologies.
To enter, post a video of yourself dancing to one of Michael Jackson’s hits on HSO’S Facebook page (facebook.com/HartfordSymphony). The video that receives the most “likes” wins the opportunity to perform “Beat It” during the concert with guest artist James Delisco, two tickets to the concert, and a backstage meet-and-greet with Delisco. Deadline to participate is Thursday, February 26. If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Music of Michael Jackson will be an evening of fabulous music spanning 40 years of Michael Jackson’s influential and celebrated career. Get ready to sing and moonwalk along to the hits, from the Jackson 5 to Thriller and beyond, including ABC, I’ll Be There, Beat It, Rock With You, The Way You Make Me Feel, and more.
Concert Calendar Listing:
Hartford Symphony Orchestra POPS! Series
The Music of Michael Jackson
Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
Mortensen Hall at The Bushnell
Tickets starting at $20.00; $10.00 for students with ID
860-987-5900 or www.hartfordsymphony.org
Join guest artist James Delisco, conductor Brent Havens and the HSO for an evening filled with fabulous music spanning 40 years of Michael Jackson’s influential and celebrated career. Get ready to sing and moonwalk along to the hits, from the Jackson 5 to Thriller and beyond, including ABC, I’ll Be There, Beat It, Rock With You, The Way You Make Me Feel, and more.
POPS! Series Presenting Sponsor: United Technologies
HSO programs are funded in part by the Greater Hartford Arts Council, the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, and with support from the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.