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- May 13, 2013
By Thomas Harrison, for The Florida Times-Union
Few groups are ambitious enough to perform Benjamin Britten's “War Requiem.”
- April 30, 2013
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra has been given a $250,000 grant by The Wallace Foundation, a philanthropic organization established in the name of DeWitt and Lila Acheson Wallace, who co-founded Reader’s Digest magazine in 1922.
- April 23, 2013
Jon Kimura Parker performs in Symphony's Florida Blue Masterworks Series.
- April 22, 2013
One of the works on the Jacksonville Symphony program this weekend is a fitting tribute to all victims of terrorism.
- April 16, 2013
She has sung around the world. She has been called the latest in a line of powerful African-American sopranos. She made the front page of the New York Times in her Metropolitan Opera debut.
And she’s coming to Jacksonville.
- April 12, 2013
Jacksonville Business Journal - Executive Edge
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra is just one of many across the country that are battling to bring classical music to the masses.
- April 11, 2013
After a tumultuous year marked by labor strife, a management shakeup and extraordinary financial challenges, things are looking up for the Jacksonville Symphony.
- April 02, 2013
Pianist Arnaldo Cohen is perfect for this weekend's concert featuring Grieg's Piano Concerto.
- March 26, 2013
Next season, as Fabio Mechetti winds down his time as music director and chief conductor, the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra will be led by eight guest conductors in its Masterworks series. So, in a way, what happened Tuesday and Wednesday in the Jacoby Symphony Hall offered, for the orchestra, a taste of what next year will be like.
- March 21, 2013
Fabio Mechetti encourages symphony goers to experience the Jacksonville Symphony’s all-Wagner concert on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, in honor of Wagner’s 200th centenary.
- March 21, 2013
Letter to editor - Kudos to Nikolai Vitti and school board for plans to bring back music and art; fondly recalling her childhood experience at the symphony; and taking her children to the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.
- March 19, 2013
Here’s how Mitchell Kuhn is going to spend his summer vacation. He’ll travel to New York, then to Washington, D.C., Moscow and St. Petersburg, and finally London.
- March 12, 2013
David Pierson is returning as president of the Jacksonville Symphony Association, a job he held from 1988 to 1996.
- March 05, 2013
"… We have reviewed previous symphony/theatre joint efforts by the Jacksonville Symphony and found them to be extremely well done, resulting in extraordinary evenings of glorious entertainment. This production of “Amadeus” lived up to our highest expectations."
- February 28, 2013
Jacksonville Symphony Conductor Michael Butterman and Players by the Sea Stage Director Samuel Fisher talk about the collaboration for the performance of Amadeus on WJCT First Coast Connect.
- February 26, 2013
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra is the envy and hope of South Florida. Envy, because since 1949 it has provided the First Coast with a full-time symphonic ensemble that has strong connections to the community it serves.
- February 26, 2013
Erik DeCicco leads local actors and musicians in a historic theatrical event.
- February 22, 2013
When members of the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra performed Saturday February 23, the concert was certainly “the highlight of their season.”
- February 10, 2013
By Charlie Patton - Florida Times-Union
During the 2013-14 season, Fabio Mechetti, the outgoing music director and principal conductor, will lead the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra during two of the 10 Masterworks concerts. The other eight Masterworks concerts will be led by eight young conductors.
- February 08, 2013
By Thomas Harrison, for the Florida Times-Union
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