Phillip Barnett, Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra Board President, is pleased to announce the unveiling of the new concert signs in time for the “Bravo Broadway Presents: Wicked Divas” concert.
ASC Signs owner Meschelle Chamblee designed and printed the signs as a new sponsor of the MSO. Barnett encourages the public to be on the lookout for the 12 signs throughout Murfreesboro because a drawing will be held for two free Premier Seating Tickets to the “Bravo Broadway Presents: Wicked Divas” Concert on Thursday, March 6. To enter the drawing tweet the date, time, and location of spotting one of the new signs to Twitter@mborosymphony. The deadline for entering the drawing is Wednesday, March 5, 2at noon. The drawing will take place at 4 p.m. and announced on the MSO website. The winner will be notified at his/her twitter address.
The MSO brings New York to Murfreesboro as Broadway Stars Julie Reiber and Laura Woyasz join the orchestra to perform popular Broadway works from “Wicked,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Chicago,” and more! Oh, what a night!
Don’t miss this concert at First United Methodist Church on Thursday, March 6, at 7:30 pp.m. with doors opening at 7 pm. Plus, concertgoers should plan to arrive at 6:30 pm or shortly thereafter in order to browse the art exhibits. Readyville, Tennessee fabric artist Aaron Elizabeth Brown and Oakland High School teacher Jonathan Griffith’s Fine Arts students of clay, photography and sculpture will have their work on display.
To purchase tickets, call the Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra office at (615) 898-1862; stop by the office at 201 East Main Street, Suite 106; or order online at www.murfreesborosymphony.com.