Wolftrap, America’s premier national park for performing arts is having the event of the summer, September 6th and 7th. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring film score will be performed by a live orchestra and the City Choir of Washington D. C. along with a showing of the complete Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the ring film in HD. Tickets to the event range from $58.00 for box seats to $25.00 for lawn seats. Both performances on both days will begin at 7:30 pm at the Filene center.
This marvelous event will feature director Peter Jackson’s epic Oscar-winning movie in high-definition on huge screens in-house and on the lawn, combined with a live performance of Howard Shore’s award-winning score with orchestra, several choruses, and soloists. There are a broad array of artistic and musical events at Wolfttrap. To see the schedule and all performances and events for the season and to plan your trip, go to the website at: http://www.wolftrap.org/Find_Performances_and_Events/Performance/13Filene/0906show13.aspx.
A bit about Wolftrap: called America’s National Park for the Performing Arts, Wolf Trap plays a valuable leadership role in both the local and national performing arts communities. Through a wide range of artistic and education programs, Wolf Trap enhances the nation’s cultural life and ensures that the arts remain accessible and affordable to the broadest possible audience. Founded by the late Catherine Filene Shouse, Mrs. Shouse was devoted to the performing arts and was also a dynamic, visionary leader in education, politics, women’s affairs, and international affairs.
For more information about this event and all other arts performances, directions, dining and consessions, etc. go to the website: http://www.wolftrap.org/
Victoria (V. A. Jeffrey) attended Portland Community College. She loves writing and making up fantasy stories and has loved doing this ever since she was a kid. She is an author and an avid reader of science fiction, fantasy and poetry. She also loves music, art, history, cooking, baking, fermenting stuff, comic book movies and nearly anything Tolkien related. Her biggest writing inspirations are Shakespeare, Frank Herbert and, of course, J.R.R. Tolkien.