November 14, 2012 - 21:00 — Anonymous

Yes, you read that correctly.  At the Shrine of Silence, at Shushing Central, (that is, at the Library), we've invited a symphony orchestra inside.  Why?  Because we're cool that way.  And because - thanks to the DuPage Symphony Orchestra - we've discovered that music has a lot to do with books.  The 2012-2013 season at the DSO is dedicated to the relationship between literature and classical music, and as long as they're supplying the music, we've agreed to supply the literature.

Stop by your Library to find British literary classics in time for this Sunday's concert:

DuPage Symphony Orchestra "British Masters"
Hear British composers interpret British writers;
Sunday, November 18 at 3:00 pm;
Wentz Concert Hall.

And don't miss the rest of the concert series, including musical renditions of Shakespeare, Don Quixote, and Lord Byron!  Then come back to check out more music and hear them perform for us right here at the Library:

DuPage Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet
Enjoy an informal concert of classical and popular chamber music;
Friday, January 25 at 7:30 pm;
95th Street Library.

Enjoy great literature and the beautiful music it inspires all the way into 2013! Nobody would dare shush Tchaikovsky, anyway.