On August 23, the Cape Symphony returns to the Cape Cod National Seashore for another beautiful evening of gorgeous music and salt sea air. We love our partnership with the National Park Service, and we love presenting this wonderful free event for the community.
For Symphony at the Seashore 2019, Jung-Ho has created a delightful mix of patriotic themes and movie music to entertain us all. Did you know that the U.S. National Cavalry were the original caretakers of American’s national parks? We’ll perform the “Light Calvary Overture” in tribute. We’ll also celebrate our armed forces with some patriotic numbers that will get your feet tapping.
The Cape Symphony’s principal flutist, Zach Sheets, will star in “Flight of the Bumblebee.” If you’ve never heard Zach’s outstanding performances at Cape Symphony concerts, you’re in for a treat.
Some of the Cape’s most talented singers will be with us: Jessica Curran, Anna McEntee, and Jenn Dashnaw. Together, these talented ladies will present the classic “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” – a little preview of their Andrews Sisters performance planned for this December’s Holiday on the Cape! They will each take a turn in the spotlight, too.
We’ll also feature some amazing movie music – from the 1950s to today – including “Moonglow” from Picnic, “Que Sera Sera” from The Man Who Knew Too Much, and “Speechless” from the new live-action Aladdin.
To get all the details for this free, family-friendly show, visit Symphony at the Seashore on our website. No tickets are required, and all are welcome!