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- November 19, 2013
Continuing this season's showcase of the new generation of conductors, the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra will present Beethoven's Symphony No. 3, "Eroica," led by guest conductor Robert Moody, Thursday-Saturday.
- November 17, 2013
The Jacksonville Symphony Chorus, directed by Donald McCullough, has been invited to participate in a residency and a performance during Veterans Day weekend next November in New York.
- November 17, 2013
Robert Moody is aware that when he takes the podium in the Jacoby Symphony Hall for next weekend’s performance of Beethoven’s “Eroica” symphony, he’ll be not just a guest conductor, something he does often, but a potential job candidate.
- October 27, 2013
First Coast News "On Point" with Shannon Ogden explored the Jacksonville Symphony, from the "Spooktacular" Family concert, to Holiday events to the search for a new music director.
- October 26, 2013
Melissa Barrett - Former teacher of Dover String Quartet violist;
Louis Bremer III, music masters at Flagler College; and
Piotr Szewczyk's composition reviewed in Gramophone.
- October 20, 2013
Ward Stare is the second guest conductor of the season as the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra searches for a conductor.
- October 16, 2013
The first-ever "Pizza with the Players" was featured in the "City Notes" of the Daily Record. Students from Ribault Middle School, Douglas Anderson, and Mandarin High attended a concert and sat with musicians over lunch. The event . It's the first of four post-concert student pizza parties, sponsored by the DuBow Family Foundation.
- October 14, 2013
89.9 Presents the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra
- October 10, 2013
The Jacksonville Symphony will preform its first-ever indoor concert in Clay county at the Trasher-Horne Center for the Arts and kick-off their tenth season.
- October 06, 2013
Fall is the season of the arts, the time of year when galleries and symphonies, dance troupes and theater groups roll out their schedules for the upcoming year. And the 2013-14 arts season looks to bea great one.
- October 04, 2013
Stories by John Burr, Editor-in-Chief
Jacksonville Business Journal
- September 30, 2013
Students get a special deal with the Sound Check Card that is valid for the entire 2013-2014 Symphony season.
- September 30, 2013
Guest Conductor Teddy Abrams was interviewed this morning on WJCT's First Coast Connect by host Melissa Ross.Find out what he has to say about Gershwin, attracting a younger audience and making music at a very high level.
- September 29, 2013
If the Jacksonville Symphony Association is looking for an injection of youthful energy and exuberance in its leadership, then Teddy Abrams is a man to watch.
- September 28, 2013
Jacksonville Business Journal - The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra's 64th season begins Thursday night, and in several ways it's one of the most pivotal years in the group's history.
- August 31, 2013
A member of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, Betsy Federman, will again play the "Kol Nidre" on the eve of Yom Kippur.
- August 13, 2013
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is asking supporters of city funding for the arts to lobby City Council, which last week "tentatively approved" the mayor's proposal to cut the annual Cultural Service Grant Program by $345,000, a 14 percent reduction.
- July 21, 2013
By Charlie Patton
Music lovers who would like to enjoy a cruise and meal on the St. Johns River prior to a concert by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra will have that opportunity next season.
- July 17, 2013
When Jennifer Barton enrolled in college, her dream was to study music. Along the way, she discovered she has a flair for business and fundraising. Two weeks ago, she joined the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra as its manager of individual giving.
- July 02, 2013
Florida Times Union's Opinion Roundup says, "It's great to read a report on the Jacksonville Symphony that is filled with positive developments".
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