About the Event  The New England Symphony Orchestra presents a costume party with music and film.  The music of John Williams accompanying the "Harry Potter" films, as well as many other great favorites like "The Sorceror's Apprentice," "Night on Bald Mountain," "Witches' Sabbath," "Danse Macabre" and "Toccata and Fugue."  Everyone is encouraged to where a costume or at least wear a funny hat!   About the New England Symphony Orchestra  The New England Symphony Orchestra has been serving Central Massachusetts for more than 40 years, providing programs for the education, enrichment and pleasure of the citizens and musicians of the region. The orchestra is an independent cultural organization committed to enhancing the quality of life in our communities.  Now entering its 43rd Season, The NESO was founded in 1974 in South Lancaster by Dr. Jon Robertson as the Thayer Conservatory Orchestra. Mark Churchill later succeeded Dr. Robertson and nurtured TCO for the next six years. Following Dr. Robertson's tenure, Francis Wada became the music director of the then named Thayer Symphony Orchestra. From its inception as a community orchestra, the now newly named NESO has provided professional, as well as community volunteer and student musicians, the opportunity to perform in one of the several full size symphony orchestras in New England. The NESO has maintained its core mission to "sustain and develop a symphony orchestra of the highest quality for the education, enrichment and pleasure of the citizens and musicians of Central Massachusetts and beyond."  This performing arts institution is an independent, non-profit cultural organization that does not receive major support from any one source. The NESO is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors representing the very best that our many communities have to offer.

About the Event
The New England Symphony Orchestra presents a costume party with music and film.

The music of John Williams accompanying the "Harry Potter" films, as well as many other great favorites like "The Sorceror's Apprentice," "Night on Bald Mountain," "Witches' Sabbath," "Danse Macabre" and "Toccata and Fugue."

Everyone is encouraged to where a costume or at least wear a funny hat!

About the New England Symphony Orchestra
The New England Symphony Orchestra has been serving Central Massachusetts for more than 40 years, providing programs for the education, enrichment and pleasure of the citizens and musicians of the region. The orchestra is an independent cultural organization committed to enhancing the quality of life in our communities.

Now entering its 43rd Season, The NESO was founded in 1974 in South Lancaster by Dr. Jon Robertson as the Thayer Conservatory Orchestra. Mark Churchill later succeeded Dr. Robertson and nurtured TCO for the next six years. Following Dr. Robertson's tenure, Francis Wada became the music director of the then named Thayer Symphony Orchestra. From its inception as a community orchestra, the now newly named NESO has provided professional, as well as community volunteer and student musicians, the opportunity to perform in one of the several full size symphony orchestras in New England. The NESO has maintained its core mission to "sustain and develop a symphony orchestra of the highest quality for the education, enrichment and pleasure of the citizens and musicians of Central Massachusetts and beyond."

This performing arts institution is an independent, non-profit cultural organization that does not receive major support from any one source. The NESO is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors representing the very best that our many communities have to offer.