The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra celebrates 50 years with a special concert
For 50 years, the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra has brought great music to the Copper Country. MTU’s ever-growing group of musical students and residents is the oldest orchestra in the Upper Peninsula and is one of five in the Upper Great Lakes. This weekend, the symphony will be heard all around, in the house of the Rozsa Center.
Carmina Burana is loud, rowdy and a lot of fun. The concert is presented alongside the Michigan Tech Concert Choir and Chamber Singers. The show includes more than 20 satirical poems set to music. The Saturday show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $19 for adults and $6 for children.