MYAC returns to Cantigny Park for summer outdoor pops concert Aug. 17

  • The Symphony Orchestra from Midwest Young Artists Conservatory will perform a summer outdoor pops concert on Saturday, Aug. 17, in the plaza at First Division Museum in Wheaton.

    The Symphony Orchestra from Midwest Young Artists Conservatory will perform a summer outdoor pops concert on Saturday, Aug. 17, in the plaza at First Division Museum in Wheaton. Courtesy of Cantigny Park

 
Submitted by Christine Escobar
Posted8/14/2019 11:08 AM

Join Midwest Young Artists Conservatory's top level Symphony Orchestra and conductor Dr. Allan Dennis in their anticipated return to Cantigny Park on Saturday Aug. 17, as they perform favorite melodies from Broadway, the silver screen, and animated family gems.

The program includes music from "Les Misérables," "My Fair Lady," "Schindler's List," "Anastasia" and "Frozen," as well as Disney, The Beatles and the Armed Forces Salute.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

This event is free with a $10 parking fee.

Seating is on the lawn throughout the plaza. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair to enjoy this outdoor concert.

The Midwest Young Artists Conservatory is the region's largest youth music conservatory offering programs for all ages and abilities in orchestra, jazz, and choral music. Programs also include an award-winning, nationally renowned chamber music program, and early childhood music education.

The concert will begin at 6 p.m. at First Division Museum Plaza at Cantigny Park, 1S151 Winfield Road in Wheaton.

MYAC's classical, jazz, and choral programs serve students from grade school beginners through advanced pre-collegiate performers. For tickets to these events or more information about the programs, visit mya.org or call (847) 926-9898.

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