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The Hendricks Symphony Presents ‘Reformation’

Friday, September 22 and Sunday September 24

Hendricks Symphony Presents ‘Reformation’

Where: Avon Middle School North, 1251 N. Dan Jones Rd., Avon

When: Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m.

The Hendricks Symphony Orchestra and Chorus under the direction of Benjamin G. Del Vecchio present “Reformation” — a Reformation quincentenary on Friday September 22 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday September 24 at 3 p.m. at Avon Middle School North (1251 Dan Jones Rd., Avon.) The concert will include Mendelssohn’s “Reformation Symphony,” Nicolai’s “Ein Feste Berg Opus 31” and Elgar’s “The Snow.” This concert will feature a side-by-side performance of Handel’s “Hallelujah, Amen from Judas Maccabaeus” with the Avon Middle School Strings. DePauw University professor of history, Dr. Julia Bruggemann, will present a pre-concert talk about the Reformation at 6:45 p.m. on Friday and 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets for “Reformation” are available at the door ($15 adult, $12 senior, $7 student with I.D.) Discounted advance tickets may be purchased online at www.HendricksSymphonic.org or at the Hendricks County Flyer, the Danville, Brownsburg, and Clayton-Liberty Township Public Libraries, and Hendricks County branches of the State Bank of Lizton.

Season tickets are also available online and at the box office for this concert only. With each adult season ticket purchased, the subscriber will receive two Bring a Friend gift certificates. New for seniors this year is a subscription for $40. Other season ticket prices remain at $50 per adult, $90 per companion membership (a pair of tickets), $20 per student, and $110 per family that includes two adults and up to six students.

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