“Artists assume a multitude of roles, and contemporary art may take on a variety of meanings. It mirrors social reality or ignores it; it can help define social conventions or defy them. Art might be balm or irritant, bringing people together or wrenching them apart. Whether it inspires reverence and admiration or provokes distain, the reaction to art is often a strong one.” - Steven C. Dubin, Arresting Image
Saturday, Feb. 11: 7:00 p.m. Brown Auditorium at ULM. The Monroe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus presents Glorious Clarinet. An ode to arguably the world's most popular woodwind instrument, the night will feature songs and sets from Schubert and Beethoven to Weber and Vivaldi. MSO Principal Clarinetist Dr. Scot Humes will delight with Weber's Concerto No. 2 while the Monroe Symphony Chorus will conclude the night with Gloria.
Past Northminster Productions Include:
Fruitcakes by Julian Wiles, Directed by Cathy Airhart Webb