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LVK announces 2003 production

Lehigh Valley Knights (Allentown, PA)
Photo by David Rice

 

 

The Lehigh Valley Knights’ 2003 musical production, “Fantasy — a flight of the imagination,” has been created to stir the hearts and the minds of the audience and the performers. The creative team’s challenge was to take the Knights into a realm of artistic expression of music and visual deliverance. The challenge would deliver to the performers the highest grades of excellence throughout all of the aspects of performance. This show will certainly do that.

The excerpts of the musical selections that make up the show will certainly be recognizable by the audience, with melody lines that will stay with them long after a show. This will also hold true for the performers. The music creates many moods that the performers can connect with and transfer to the audience. The corps’ plan is to deliver a visual production that keeps the audience’s eyes close to the field to catch what might come next. The show will be designed with a series of integrations and demands from the performers that are designed to please an audience.

The repertoire will consist of excerpts from Firebird Suite by Stravinsky, Carnival of the Animals by Saint Suens, Ava Marie by Schubert and Pines of Rome by Respighi.

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