The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra performs the music of Star Wars

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From the Imperial March to the Throne Room End Title, the Mississauga Symphony
Orchestra will take to the stage in Hammerson Hall on Saturday, March 24 to perform the beloved music of Star Wars.
Regular ticket prices start at $55. Special pricing is available for seniors and patrons under
The force is strong within Maestro Denis Mastromonaco and the ninety person Mississauga Symphony Orchestra. This was apparent in 2016 when the MSO first performed the music of the iconic space opera to a sold out theatre. A keen eye would have spotted members of the orchestra dressed as Storm Troopers, Padawan and galactic princesses, as well as the Maestro making an appearance as a Jedi before shedding his robes and light sabre in the second half of the concert to reveal his inner bootlegging space scoundrel. No Jedi mind tricks were needed to draw another large audience this year.

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Tickets for the concert are selling extremely quickly. Fans of the film series are advised to purchase tickets in advance to avoid disappointment at the box office on concert night.
No tribute to Star Wars would be complete without the characters that have captured imaginations for decades. Cosplay enthusiasts are encouraged to arrive dressed as their favourite character from the Star Wars galaxy for a chance to win a rare photo opportunity on stage, in costume, with the MSO, as well as a number of Star Wars themed prizes.

Tickets can be purchased by calling the Living Arts Centre box office at: 905-306-6000, or by visiting: Complimentary underground parking is included with every ticket purchase.
The concert will begin at 8pm.

About the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra

The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra has been active in Mississauga since 1972. It has been a resident tenant inside the Living Arts Centre since 1997. The Mississauga Symphony Orchestra has grown significantly in both membership and profile, and is now proudly designated as one of Mississauga's six pillar institutions of arts, culture and heritage. Based out of Hammerson Hall, a world-class performing arts facility located within Mississauga’s Living Arts Centre, the MSO has offered entertaining and increasingly sophisticated programs from the classic and popular repertoires of symphonic music, all performed to the highest artistic standards. The MSO has continued to serve its original mandate to provide performance opportunities and personal development to talented amateurs while it has combined the strands of excellence and education by assisting young professional performers and composers through solo performance opportunities, commissions and mentoring.
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