The Florida Orchestra: Brahms’ Violin Concerto

Acclaimed by The New York Times as “a brilliant violinist,” Augustin Hadelich performs Brahms’ Violin Concerto on a program overflowing with gorgeous music: Berlioz’ Béatrice et Bénédict Overture, Barber’s symphonic prayer Adagio for Strings and Stravinsky’s lyrical Pulcinella Suite.

The Florida Orchestra: Brahms’ Violin Concerto

Acclaimed by The New York Times as “a brilliant violinist,” Augustin Hadelich performs Brahms’ Violin Concerto on a program overflowing with gorgeous music: Berlioz’ Béatrice et Bénédict Overture, Barber’s symphonic prayer Adagio for Strings and Stravinsky’s lyrical Pulcinella Suite.

The Florida Orchestra: Totally Awesome 80s

From the decade that brought us MTV, big hair, and Michael Jackson’s sequin glove, it’s a salute to some of the best-loved pop and rock artists of the 1980s with your orchestra playing “like, totally rad” music by Madonna, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Prince, Chicago, Cyndi Lauper, Elton John, Pet

The Florida Orchestra: Totally Awesome 80s

From the decade that brought us MTV, big hair, and Michael Jackson’s sequin glove, it’s a salute to some of the best-loved pop and rock artists of the 1980s with your orchestra playing “like, totally rad” music by Madonna, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Prince, Chicago, Cyndi Lauper, Elton John, Pet

The Florida Orchestra: Totally Awesome 80s

From the decade that brought us MTV, big hair, and Michael Jackson’s sequin glove, it’s a salute to some of the best-loved pop and rock artists of the 1980s with your orchestra playing “like, totally rad” music by Madonna, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Prince, Chicago, Cyndi Lauper, Elton John, Pet

The Florida Orchestra: Bruckner's Romantic Symphony

The evening opens with John Adams’ Doctor Atomic Symphony with its pervasive sense of fear about the atomic bomb. This is followed by Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 4, “Romantic,” with its luscious colors, glittering melodies and triumphant symphonic exultations. Stefan Sanderling conducts.

The Florida Orchestra: Bruckner's Romantic Symphony

The evening opens with John Adams’ Doctor Atomic Symphony with its pervasive sense of fear about the atomic bomb. This is followed by Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 4, “Romantic,” with its luscious colors, glittering melodies and triumphant symphonic exultations. Stefan Sanderling conducts.

The Florida Orchestra: Bruckner's Romantic Symphony

The evening opens with John Adams’ Doctor Atomic Symphony with its pervasive sense of fear about the atomic bomb. This is followed by Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 4, “Romantic,” with its luscious colors, glittering melodies and triumphant symphonic exultations. Stefan Sanderling conducts.

The Florida Orchestra: Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3

Acclaimed by The Boston Globe as a “dazzling Russian pianist,” Lilya Zilberstein performs Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with its cascading luscious melodies and thundering chords. The program includes the melancholic beauty of Sibelius’ Symphony No.

The Florida Orchestra: Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3

Acclaimed by The Boston Globe as a “dazzling Russian pianist,” Lilya Zilberstein performs Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 with its cascading luscious melodies and thundering chords. The program includes the melancholic beauty of Sibelius’ Symphony No.

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