Outdoors, socially distant, masks required
Float on over, or come by broom to the Center For the Arts plaza to witness this most virtuosic trio; in a way like you have never seen before. Dracula Rutishauser, Mozart Bohnenstengel and Witch Deluca will feature lively, fun, classical favorites to delight every young little Casper or old oversized Frankenstein! One hour only! Please wear your costume for the costume parade! All will come to a grand finale (finish) complete with Tricks, Treats and Prizes! Candy will be available around the Coyote Gulch Art Village at every Shop and Xetava, immediately following the concert! Thanks to our Spooky Sponsors: Eva Wetten and Gulch Design Group.
We are thrilled to showcase the world-class talent of musicians from our own region. On piano is Christian Bohnenstengel, Director of Keyboard Studies at SUU; playing violin is Urs Rutishauser, Director of the Chamber Music Society of Southern Utah; on viola will be Linda Ghidossi-Deluca, head of the Vista Music Program.
When: October 31st (Saturday – Halloween)
Where: Center For the Arts at Kayenta: Walton Commons Outdoor Plaza
Tickets: $10 for every kid ages 3-103
Note: Limited socially distanced seating by party; all are required to wear masks! Trick or Treating and Prizes are Included!
Parking is available surrounding the venue and in nearby satellite lots that serve the Coyote Village.