Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra Presents One Small Step With Special Guest Former NASA Astronaut Jerry Ross

Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra Presents One Small Step With Special Guest Former NASA Astronaut Jerry Ross
By: Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra Last Updated: April 23, 2019

Join the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra and Music Director/Conductor Kirk Muspratt for “One Small Step” on Friday, May 17, 2019 at 7:30pm at Monbeck Auditorium at Highland High School (9135 Erie Street, Highland.) The concert will feature the Symphony Chorus and special guest former NASA Astronaut Colonel Jerry Ross.

Celebrating the ingenuity and bravery of America’s first astronauts and the awe of space! Cinema and the Symphony meet as videos and photos from the historic 1969 Moon Landing accompany two of Copland’s most popular pieces, Fanfare for the Common Man and Appalachian Spring. Themes from Star Wars, Star Trek, and Apollo 13, Strauss’ Also Sprach Zarathustra from 2001, and a selection of Holst’s Planets will make this an out-of-this-world experience.

Colonel Jerry Ross, a Crown Point native, will give a short presentation about his time in space accompanied by his own photos from his career as an astronaut aboard the space shuttle.

Tickets are $33-$73 with student tickets at just $10.

This concert is generously sponsored by The Times, An Anonymous donor, the Women’s Association of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Society, MonoSol, Georgia and Carsten Falkenberg, John Cicco’s Menswear, and Millies Engineering Group.

Call the Symphony office at (219) 836-0525 or visit the website at www.nisorchestra.org to order tickets for "One Small Step.”