The Delaware Symphony Orchestra joins forces with Warner Brothers to bring Bugs Bunny back to Wilmington on March 18 at 7:30pm and March 19 at 2pm.
Following the success of George Daugherty’s Bugs Bunny on Broadway, the DSO presents the sequel, Bugs Bunny at the Symphony. This two-act show features classic Looney Tunes characters displayed on the big screen accompanied by music played by the symphony.
George Daugherty, the creator and conductor of the show, made his conducting debut with the Royal Philharmonic in London in 1998. He has conducted for the likes of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Dallas Symphony, and the Calgary Symphony. He has won a prime-time Emmy for his work, among many other awards and recognitions.
Tickets ($15-$60) to this concert can be purchased by calling the Grand Opera House Box Office at 302.652.5577 or 800.374.7263, or online at www.ticketsatthegrand.org. For additional information, visit the Delaware Symphony Orchestra online at www.delawaresymphony.org.