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Anchorage Symphony's "Moonrise"


Anchorage Symphony’s “Moonrise”

 

Presented by Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
January 25th
featuring Dr. José Francisco Salgado, images
  • Elgar described his popular overture as “cheerful and Londony…honest, healthy, humorous and strong, but not vulgar”. Listen out for cockneys, church bells, couples in love, and various brass bands.
  • Sibelius’ lush and romantic Symphony No. 1 is thought to have one of the most unique openings in the genre with a lone clarinet underscored by a rumbling timpani, creating a theme out of which the entire symphony develops.
  • Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moonlanding, astronomer Dr. José Francisco Salgado returns to the Atwood stage with Moonrise, a film comprised of lunar images, time-lapse photography, historical illustrations, as well as NASA scientific visualizations. All of this celestial wonder is set to Ravel’s beautiful orchestral suites from Daphnis et Chloé.
Event Details
Runs approximately 2 hours including intermission.
BABIES — Ticket required for all ages.
CHILDREN — Recommended for ages 6 and older. Helpful links to artists and show information will help you decide who is likely to enjoy the show. Please also consider the start time and length of the show when deciding whether to bring children.

Get Behind-the-Scenes: ASO Education Consultant, Susan Wingrove-Reed, will give a pre-concert lecture on the music and personalities of the performance of Anchorage Symphony’s “Moonrise”. This free lecture begins one hour before the show. Public welcome.
An ASL Interpreter will sign this event on Saturday, January 25 at 8:00 pm. Select seats labeled " I " to purchase seats with a view of the interpreter. For more information, contact CenterTix at 263-ARTS).
Patron Lounge

Patron Lounge Open
The PAC’s Carr-Family Patron Lounge opens 1 hour prior to this event. Access is an exclusive benefit for the PAC’s major donors. See all of our donor benefits at alaskapac.org/donate.

Helpful Links

Jose Francisco Salgado
Jose Francisco Salgado
Website


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Accessible Services
If you already have tickets and are concerned that your current seats may not fulfill your needs, please complete this special seating request form.
Special Seating Request Form
ASL Interpreter ArrangedAn ASL Interpreter will sign this event on Saturday, January 25 at 8:00 pm. Select seats labeled " I " to purchase seats with a view of the interpreter. For more information, contact CenterTix at 907-263-ARTS (voice).
Wheelchair Accesible SeatingAll levels of the theatres in the Center have wheelchair-and scooter-accessible locations where patrons can remain in their wheelchairs/scooters or transfer to portable theater seats. Select seats labeled "W" to purchase these seats.
Scooter AccommodationsException: a standard scooter device cannot be accommodated in E 705-706 or H 702-703 of the Center Orchestra.
Scooter AccommodationsScooters cannot be placed in the aisles due to the Center's evacuation plan. Patrons are welcome to transfer to a Center transport wheelchair in the lobby to gain access to permanent seat locations. Devices will be stored in the lobbies.
Wheelchair AccessibilityCourtesy wheelchairs may be borrowed while on site courtesy of the Carolyn Ramey Memorial Fund for access to the seats.
Assistive Listening Systems Assistive Listening Devices - Sound from the stage is broadcast directly to you by our in-house listening system (Listen Technologies LR-52000-072). This system has a standard 3.5mm output jack, so you can use your own headset or one of our stereo headsets. A limited number of T-coil compatible loop lanyards are also available. Listening devices are kept at the House Manager's station in the lobby prior to and during performances. This service is free of charge, however a deposit or ID is required.
Specialty ProgramsBraille or Large Print programs are available if requested at least three (3) weeks prior to the event.
Accessible Services PageFor more information about Accessible Services, please go to our accessibility page, or contact us from our CenterTix contact page, or call 907-263-2787.