The Miami Dade College Wind Symphony along with the Miami Dade College Symphony Orchestra will perform an original spine-chilling score by guest composer Phil Collins at a screening of the 1926 silent film Frankenstein on Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kendall Campus Alfred L. McCarthy Hall, 11011 S.W. 104 St., Room 6120.
“All of the pieces will be accompanied by a visual movie that is associated with the piece, just a bit scary to celebrate Halloween,” said Brian Neal, the director of instrumental studies. “This will be a fun stimulating event that you won’t want to miss.”
The College’s wind symphony and the orchestra perform together at least once a year, and this time it will be for the Halloween concert. Phil Collins, a Californian veteran composer, will be a guest lecturer for the show.
Other pieces like Toccata and Fugue by J.S. Bach, which are often associated with Dracula, will be performed. The show is free and open to the public. Those attending the show can park on campus for free. For more information, contact Brian Neal at (305) 237-2091 email@example.com