Symphonic Disney: The Most Magical Music on Earth’ celebrates 50 years of Disney music

The Most Magical Music on Earth” is coming to Northland Church in Lakewood, Florida, as the CFCArts Symphony Orchestra celebrates Disney’s 50th Anniversary through music.

Central Florida Community Arts’ 11th anniversary coincides with Walt Disney World Resort’s 50th anniversary, and in celebration of both milestone events the CFCArts Symphony Orchestra will perform two showings of “Symphonic Disney: The Most Magical Music on Earth.”

These family-friendly concerts include music from some of Disney’s most popular theme park attractions, such as The Haunted Mansion, Soarin’, Pirates of the Caribbean.

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Disney movies will also be honored through tunes from films such as “UP,” “Frozen,” and “The Lion King.”

The Symphony Orchestra’s conductor and Vice President of Creative & Production is former Disney cast member Justin Muchoney

Justin went on to manage some of Disney’s most popular shows, help christen two cruise ships, open Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, produce the entertainment for many of Epcot’s festivals, and serve on the opening team for Harmonious.

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This concert is a celebration of the music Disney has brought to life over the years, through movies, theme park attractions, fireworks, and Broadway shows.


Of course, we all have our favorites! I personally find our arrangements of music from ‘Moana,’ ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame,’ and ‘The Lion King’ to be incredibly fun, but the highlight for me is probably a medley we created just for this concert.

Titled ‘Park Hopper: A Salute to Walt Disney World,’ it covers over 20 famous songs and scores from attractions and experiences around Walt Disney World, in about six minutes.

Concerts take place at Northland Church, located at 520 Dog Track Road in Longwood, Florida, on November 4 and November 5 at 7:30 p.m.  General admission is $10 per person, Prime seating is $15, and Premium seating is $25. Children ages 3 and under are free. Tickets are on sale now.

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