If dressing up like a Sexy Nurse or brain eating Zombie is really not how you like to spend your Halloween, then consider hanging out with 65 other people (give or take a few hundred or so) who feel about the same way as you do: The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra (and friends).
Admission is free with a $15 suggested donation, so feel free to drop a few C notes in the bin as you stroll into the stunning St Ann’s Church at 157 Montague in Brooklyn Heights at 3pm on the 31st, and enjoy an after noon of Ravel, Mahler, and Cohn, without a single Vampire in sight. And not just because it’s a church, either.
First brought to our attention by The Brooklyn Heights Blog, the Halloween show marks the beginning of BSO’s season, and we have to say it sounds like a pretty good alternative to screaming kids, sticky chocolate fingers, and bad face paint.
Check out BSO’s website for more information and see if it doesn’t tickle your fancy.