• Special to the Daily Leader
The public is invited for musical and ice cream treats as the Southwest Symphony opens the season with its “Sunday Sundae Concert” at 2 p.m. Sunday at the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall located at 521 N. Sherman.
“You can sit at the tables enjoy music and make-your-own sundaes,” symphony conductor Grant Mathews said. “We’ll be previewing some of the pieces we’re planning for future concerts with a mix of music from classical and contemporary composers.”
The Southwest Symphony Society will provide ice cream and a variety of toppings for the concert attendees to enjoy as well as cookies and drinks.
There will be a short annual membership meeting at the concert.
“We have to have an annual meeting every year, and we decided it would be fun to include it with a concert this year. We promise it will only take 10 minutes,” Kay Burtzloff, president of the Southwest Symphony Society, said.
There is no admission, but a free-will donation will be accepted. The Southwest Symphony Society is a Liberal non-profit organization dedicated to promoting classical and contemporary music in the community utilizing the talents of local and professional musicians.