What ferocious former meat eater is 40 feet long, 12 feet high and weighs more than 10 tons? It’s Tyrannosaurus Sue- the largest and best preserved existing T-Rex fossil in the world! But what was Sue like when she was alive? Find out in this fascinating and educational piece by award-winning composer Bruce Adolphe. Through the magic of music, we travel back 67 million years and discover the life and times of Tyrannosaurus Sue as she competes with a tricky Troodon, chases a Parasaurolophus, and battles with a menacing Triceratops! Performed by the Chamber Ensemble of Orchestra Miami, conducted by Elaine Rinaldi, with narration in English and Spanish and lasting approximately one hour, this is the perfect way to make Friday a Family Fun night!
Friday, Nov. 4, 2016, 8:00 PM at Pinecrest Gardens, 11000 SW 57 Avenue, Pinecrest, 33156. Tickets are just $10 for kids (ages 3-17), $12 for seniors (65 & up) and $15 for adults. You can save up to 20% by subscribing to the entire series! Tickets are available at www.OrchestraMiami.org or by calling (305) 274-2103.