Calling all music lovers who like to laugh! South Bay Music Association is bringing a lighthearted, free concert to El Segundo entitled “Just for Laughs”. The event is coming up this Saturday, July 21st, at 4:00 pm. The performance will be held at the El Segundo Performing Arts Center on 640 Main Street.
Enjoy an evening of not-so-thought provoking music that will put a smile on your face with Maestro Steven Allen Fox conducting this special event for all ages.
Fox stated, “It is a departure from our usual choices but as always a wonderful program of music that will delight our audience. We invite as many children, families and seniors as possible with the “Just For Laughs” theme and funniest video contest. The early time of 4:00 pm of this Free Summer Concert Event makes it possible for many more folks to attend since they will be home before dark.”
About the Music
The concert will feature students from the 2018 South Bay Music Symposium, a 2-week intensive band camp, along with El Segundo High School Band Director Robert jammin’ solo on the bass trombone.
Also included in the lineup is special guest Kevin Maloney on piano and…typewriter!
The performance selection includes “The Looney Tunes Overture,” “Godzilla Eats Las Vegas” by Erik Whitacre, “Tubby the Tuba,” “Typewriter” by Leroy Anderson, “Variations on Barnacle Bill the Sailor” and “Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds and Percussion” by P.D.Q. Bach.
How to enter El Segundo’s Funniest Videos Contest
To add to the fun, El Segundo’s Funniest Videos Contest Winners will be announced at the concert, with prizes awarded for the best entries. To enter the contest, you can send your funniest G-rated video clips to email@example.com.
At 6:00 pm following the Concert, enjoy the Symposium Jazz Band performance and an outdoor dinner in the ES High School Quad with a variety of merchants offering your favorite foods and dessert.
Extending a warm thank you to Linda Cohen for sharing info on this fabulous event! South Bay Music is a registered non-profit helping to bring music education to local communities. Click here for more information on the concert and and more South Bay Music programs.