June 12 Family Friday
Can't Stop the Music
Music is all around us- from the professionals who perform on stage or record our favorite songs, to the nursery rhymes we sing, the wind chimes blowing in the wind, or the vibration of instrument strings. Join us this week as we create our own instruments and move and create to many different types of music!
Make Your Own Instruments
Learn to Conduct
Move to the Music
Create to the Music
Have you enjoyed exploring music with your kids? Here are some more opportunities in the Permian Basin to check out both live and virtual music.
Join Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center virtually for their new Facebook Live Series “Wagner Noël Live.” Wagner Noël will feature local talent from Midland/Odessa with performances being broadcast through their Facebook Page (Facebook.com/WagnerNoel/events).
The broadcast link will be posted in the corresponding event page the day of the event. Please check "interested" or "going" to be notified.
Friday 6/12 - Albert Hall & Freetoworship
Friday 6/26 - Diva & Dino
Friday 7/10 - Current Nine
Friday 7/17 - Midland Festival Ballet
Friday 7/24 - Treaty Oak Revival
The 2020-20201 Season starts this October with a Pops and a Masterworks series.
The Pops and Family series includes “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in Concert,” “Sounds of the Season,” “Sinatra and Beyond” and “The Music of Queen.”
The Masterworks Series will feature soprano Barbara Padilla from “America’s Got Talent” for “Concierto De Amor” with music by Manuel de Falla, Alberto Ginastera and Arturo Marquez. MOSC’s principal oboe Caryn Crutchfield will be featured in the January show of “Mostly Mozart.” Cellist David Requiro will be featured in April for Elgar’s “Cello Concert” and Tchaikovsky’s famous works including his “Fourth Symphony.”
Click on the link above to purchase tickets for either or both series.