23 Saturday / March 23, 2019

Children’s Expo

01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Monroe Convention Center 302 S College Ave, Bloomington, IN 47403
https://bloomington.in.gov/parks/events

Bloomington’s favorite event for family fun! For an afternoon of active games and take-home crafts, look no further than the Children’s Expo! Parents with elementary- and preschool-age children have plenty of options to take part in interactive games and activities. While at the Children’s Expo, take time to stroll through the Camp Fair and find the perfect summertime adventure for your child! The annual Children’s Expo also includes free wellness assessments and exhibits by businesses and organizations with products and services just for children and families. Stop by the Expo Lounge with kid-friendly food and drink available for purchase. Grab a snack or meal (cash only) and refuel for more expo fun! Don’t miss this year’s Children’s Expo! For more information about becoming a Children’s Expo sponsor call Sarah Owen at 349-3739. For information about reserving your booth space at the Children’s Expo, call Amy Shrake at 349-3747 or Hannah Buddin at 349-3718.

Children / Exhibits / Health

23 Saturday / March 23, 2019

The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra presents: From the Depths

07:00 pm to 08:30 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater
https://bctboxoffice.org/event/from-the-depths/

Join the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra on March 23rd for a concert with hidden depths…

The Hebrides, op.26 – Fingal’s Cave
Felix Mendelssohn’s richly atmospheric tone poem was inspired by the majesty of Scotland’s western coast.

Aqua
American composer Steve Heitzeg’s Aqua is a series of variations based on a single theme of the boundless ocean. At times shimmering, raucous, turbulent, and plaintive, Aqua is a tribute to the life and work of Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

Peter Grimes: Four Sea Interludes, op.33a
Britten Britten’s powerfully evocative interludes transport the listener to the Suffolk coastline, feeling the salt spray on their face, the wind in their hair.

Fantasie for Viola
Alice Ford, soloist. The first place winner of our 2019 Youth Concerto Competition will perform Hummel’s lively Fantasie which features a bewitching use of clarinets in the accompaniment.

Also on the program are two new pieces from local composers –
Among Waves
Alex Berko, an exceptional student at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, spent a week in residence at the Glen Deven Ranch in Big Sur, drawing inspiration from the deep beauty of the landscape for inclusion in his new orchestral work.

From Under
Composer Jamie Kunselman says this fanciful piece “reminds me of a nebulous monster from under your bed as a child…in a Monster’s Inc. sort of way.”

Doors will open at 6:30pm for this reserved seating event. The program will last approximately 90 min.

This performance made possible by the generous support of Deep Blue Gear / Snorkel-Mart.

Entertainment / Live Music

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