LIVINGSTON, NJ — Saturday, April 8 brings an opportunity for Livingston area movie-goers to celebrate and enjoy some of their favorite film experiences with their friends and families with the Livingston Symphony Orchestra's Family Concert, "A Night at the Movies."
Conductor Anthony La Gruth and the Livingston symphony Orchestra invite the public to "salute and relish in what is the magic of Hollywood and the movies."
"The range of experiences planned by Maestro LaGruth are incredible," the LSO stated in a press release. "The drama of Tara, the bumbling of Clousseau, riding with the Magnificent Seven or the Fellowship, Disney both animated and adventure, and more await audience members of all ages. Our Livingston star local musicians include Tomomi Takamoto (flute); Dmitry Chernavsky(clarinet) and Beth Robinson(harp)."
The show begins at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in the Livingston High School auditorium, 30 Robert Harp Drive. Young children are invited to wear their pajamas, and older children their favorite movie character costumes if they wish.
Tickets will be sold at the door. Learn more about the orchestra and the April 8 concert by visiting www.lsonj.org or calling (973) 980-1809.