Columbus Symphony Hosting a Happy Hour Concert
by Holly Wiencek / Marketing Coordinator
When you’re wondering what’s going on with the 614 music scene, considering checking out what the Columbus Symphony offers at the Ohio Theatre. Join us for Happy Hour: Dance Rhythms with the Columbus Symphony on Thursday, April 6 at 6:30 pm. Doors open at 5:30 pm for the DJ, appetizers, and cash bar before the concert.
This spring, our free Happy Hour concert, Dance Rhythms, features 14-year old piano prodigy, Gavin George. Watch him shine as he showcases his talents in an exploration of Mendelssohn’s Piano Concert No. 1. You’ll also enjoy the colorful sounds of John Adams’ The Chairman Dances: Fox Trot for Orchestra and a few of Dvořák’s energizing and whimsical Slavanic Dances.
Not convinced yet? Here are the top 5 reasons to come to Happy Hour with the Columbus Symphony.
- You’ll experience the amazing musical talents Columbus offers. You’ve Got To Hear It Live!
- While enjoying the cash bar, you’ll get free food and hear an awesome DJ for a full hour before the concert.
- It’s a great excuse to start the weekend early and do something with your friends.
- The hour-long concert is a great introduction to classical music!
- It’s a cheap date! #FREE
We hope you join us at the Ohio Theatre (55 E. State Street) on April 6 for Dance Rhythms, the final Happy Hour concert of the season! You’re guaranteed to be swaying in your seats to the symphonic sounds of the Columbus Symphony! Admission is free with a cash bar and complimentary appetizers. The concert lasts approximately 60 minutes with no intermission. For more information visit www.columbussymphony.com. A special thanks to the Happy Hour series presenter, Giant Eagle Market District. Funding for the Happy Hour series is provided by the Ohio Arts Council and support provided by GCAC.