This coming Sunday, April 13, visit OKWU and enjoy Bartlesville’s Symphony Alternative Afternoon Symphony featuring the fabulously entertaining orchestral work by Nathaniel Stookey “The Composer is Dead” with the accompanying narrative written by Daniel Handler, known to many as Lemony Snicket. 

bville symphonyThe composer is dead… but who killed him? Was it the violins? Where was the harp that night? What does the trumpet say? 

Bring your friends, family, and children to see this classic whodunit. The Alternative Afternoon Symphony is fun exploration of the orchestra- enjoyable for both children and adults.

The narration will be done by Bartlesville’s own Joe Sears. The event will be held in Oklahoma Wesleyan University’s Lyon Chapel and Fine Arts Center. Tickets are $15.00. For more information about the event and tickets, click HERE. For more information about “The Composer is Dead,” click HERE.