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.

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: Hot! Hot! Hot! A Night at the Copa

In a musical tribute to New York’s famed hot spot, The Copacabana, Grammy Award-winning arranger Victor Vanacore leads the orchestra in a night of sizzling Latin dance rhythms...cha cha, tango, salsa, samba, mambo, merengue and more.

The Florida Orchestra: Hot! Hot! Hot! A Night at the Copa

In a musical tribute to New York’s famed hot spot, The Copacabana, Grammy Award-winning arranger Victor Vanacore leads the orchestra in a night of sizzling Latin dance rhythms...cha cha, tango, salsa, samba, mambo, merengue and more.

The Florida Orchestra: Hot! Hot! Hot! A Night at the Copa

In a musical tribute to New York’s famed hot spot, The Copacabana, Grammy Award-winning arranger Victor Vanacore leads the orchestra in a night of sizzling Latin dance rhythms...cha cha, tango, salsa, samba, mambo, merengue and more.

Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes

This year, thousands of Tampa Bay area residents will come together on November 13 at the University of South Florida, Tampa campus to raise funds for the Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes, one-day fundraising walk of the American Diabetes Association.

The Florida Orchestra: Elgar's Enigma Variations

Lauded by the Los Angeles Times for a “first-rate technique,” Alexander Mickelthwate is joined by Principal Second Violinist Sarah Shellman for Thomas Adès’ Violin Concerto with its devilishly difficult high melodic lines on a program with Haydn’s Symphony No.

The Florida Orchestra: Elgar's Enigma Variations

Lauded by the Los Angeles Times for a “first-rate technique,” Alexander Mickelthwate is joined by Principal Second Violinist Sarah Shellman for Thomas Adès’ Violin Concerto with its devilishly difficult high melodic lines on a program with Haydn’s Symphony No.

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