Butterfly Migration and the WSO

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Butterfly Migration and the WSO

April 4, 2024

Butterfly Migration and the WSO

Windsor, ON – The Windsor Symphony Orchestra (WSO) performs music inspired by the migration of the Monarch butterfly from Point Pelee, Canada to Mexico.

Amelia Daigle in costume for Flutter.

The musical migration takes place on stage Saturday April 6th under the direction of WSO Assistant Conductor Francisco Hernández Bolaños, with co-host Jan Radford, the WSO and friends from Music Moves Kids, soloist Amelia Daigle as the Monarch Queen and more!

The WSO Family Concerts are a celebration of music, community, and creativity. It’s a place where families come together to make memories and nurture a love for music that will last a lifetime.

Saturday, April 6
10:00*AM and 11:30*AM
The Capitol Theatre
*themed craft is available for kids before the concert starts

Flutter is a fantastic musical opera tale of the Monarch Butterfly. This production blends the wonders of scientific facts with captivating butterfly mythology. Filled with breathtaking music, and mesmerizing dance, this opera promises an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

About WSO Family Concerts
The goal of the WSO Family Concerts is to inspire young people and ignite their passion for music. Through performances, crafts, and interactions with musicians, we hope to plant the seeds for a lifelong love of music and creative expression. Low-price tickets are available to ensure that financial barriers don’t prevent anyone from attending.

For additional information contact:
Monica Bunde
Manager, Marketing, Communications and Sales