Classical Mystery Tour: The Beatles' Abbey Road APR 16/17 at 7:30 PM Additional seats released!
Hailed by many critics as The Beatles’ finest album, Abbey Road included such iconic songs as “Here Comes the Sun,” “Something” and “Come Together.” Classical Mystery Tour returns with a tribute to The Beatles’ early years, Abbey Road and many more timeless songs from the greatest band of all time.
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Health & Safety Protocols Maintained The Jacksonville Symphony joins the cultural organizations of Jacksonville, and the unions representing stagehands and musicians in Northeast Florida, in announcing that COVID-19 protocols will be maintained for the time being. We recognize that we have a duty of care to those who enter our institutions, and participate in our programs. Continuing our COVID-19 protocols is necessary at this time to protect the health and safety of our employees, volunteers, artists, and audience members. MORE INFO Announcement! Free Tickets for Veterans The Jacksonville Symphony and Black Knight are excited to announce a partnership that will bring free Symphony tickets to active members of the U.S. military and veterans. The Black Knight Veterans Ticket Program will provide 300 free tickets for veterans and active members of the U.S. military throughout the remainder of the 2020/21 Jacksonville Symphony season. MORE INFO Masterworks Concerts [LIVE] Fridays at 7:30 PM We recognize that not everyone will feel comfortable returning to Jacoby Symphony Hall, even with health and safety protocols in place. With that in mind, for the remainder of the season, every Friday Masterworks performance will be streamed live from Jacoby Symphony Hall! Subscription details below. SUBSCRIBE Mahler's Song of the Earth APR 30/MAY 1 at 7:30 PM Sometimes referred to as Gustav Mahler’s tenth symphony, The Song of the Earth is no ordinary song cycle. Drawing from German adaptations of ancient Chinese poems, the songs explore themes of tragedy and the imminence of death, ultimately asserting a passionate delight in the beauty of living. Witness this narrative through a theatrical lens in this Jacksonville Symphony dramatic staging of Mahler’s profound testament to love and life. TICKETS Health & Safety Protocols Know Before You Go The safety of our patrons, musicians and staff remains our top priority. Based on CDC guidelines and the results of the patron survey, we have developed a comprehensive list of safety protocols. We will physically distance in the Hall, reducing our seating capacity from nearly 1,800 to 582. Patrons will be required to wear masks in most parts of the Times-Union Building, including Jacoby Symphony Hall, and there will be no intermissions at any Symphony concert. MORE INFO

PP08 The Beatles' Abbey Road Additional seats released!
Hailed by many critics as The Beatles’ finest album, Abbey Road included such iconic songs as “Here Comes the Sun,” “Something” and “Come Together.” Classical Mystery Tour returns with a tribute to The Beatles’ early years, Abbey Road and many more timeless songs from the greatest band of all time.
TICKETS APR 16/17 at 7:30 PM
veterans Announcement! The Jacksonville Symphony and Black Knight are excited to announce a partnership that will bring free Symphony tickets to active members of the U.S. military and veterans. The Black Knight Veterans Ticket Program will provide 300 free tickets for veterans and active members of the U.S. military throughout the remainder of the 2020/21 Jacksonville Symphony season. MORE INFO Free Tickets for Veterans covid update Health & Safety Protocols Maintained The Jacksonville Symphony joins the cultural organizations of Jacksonville, and the unions representing stagehands and musicians in Northeast Florida, in announcing that COVID-19 protocols will be maintained for the time being. We recognize that we have a duty of care to those who enter our institutions, and participate in our programs. Continuing our COVID-19 protocols is necessary at this time to protect the health and safety of our employees, volunteers, artists, and audience members. MORE INFO jac hall live Masterworks Concerts We recognize that not everyone will feel comfortable returning to Jacoby Symphony Hall, even with health and safety protocols in place. With that in mind, for the remainder of the season, every Friday Masterworks performance will be streamed live from Jacoby Symphony Hall! Subscription details below. SUBSCRIBE [LIVE] Fridays at 7:30 PM MW11 Mahler's Song of the Earth Sometimes referred to as Gustav Mahler’s tenth symphony, The Song of the Earth is no ordinary song cycle. Drawing from German adaptations of ancient Chinese poems, the songs explore themes of tragedy and the imminence of death, ultimately asserting a passionate delight in the beauty of living. Witness this narrative through a theatrical lens in this Jacksonville Symphony dramatic staging of Mahler’s profound testament to love and life. TICKETS APR 30/MAY 1 at 7:30 PM health and safety Health & Safety Protocols The safety of our patrons, musicians and staff remains our top priority. Based on CDC guidelines, we have developed a comprehensive list of safety protocols. We will physically distance in the Hall, reducing our seating capacity from nearly 1,800 to 582. Patrons will be required to wear masks in Jacoby Symphony Hall, and there will be no intermissions at any Symphony concert. MORE INFO Know Before You Go
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Classical Mystery Tour: The Beatles’ Abbey Road

Hailed by many critics as The Beatles’ finest album, Abbey Road included such iconic songs as “Here Comes the Sun,” “Something” and “Come Together.” Classical Mystery Tour returns with a tribute to The Beatles’ early years, Abbey Road and many more timeless songs from the greatest band of all time.

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Appalachian Spring — Coffee

Few symphonic pieces evoke American vistas like Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring. Centered on the Shaker hymn, “Simple Gifts,” this work’s spacious tonality defined the archetypical Americana sound. The program begins with Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides, a sound-world depicting the Scottish Highlands, and Manuel de Falla’s spicy dances from his ballet, The Three-Cornered Hat.

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Mahler’s Song of the Earth

Sometimes referred to as Gustav Mahler’s tenth symphony, The Song of the Earth is no ordinary song cycle, titled by the composer “a Symphony for Tenor, Contralto and Orchestra.” Drawing from German adaptations of ancient Chinese poems, the songs explore themes of tragedy and the imminence of death, ultimately asserting a passionate delight in the beauty of living. Witness this narrative through a theatrical lens in this Jacksonville Symphony dramatic staging of Mahler’s profound testament to love and life.

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(Canceled) JSYO Festival of Strings

In lieu of a traditional performance, the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras winter performance will be recorded and shared with the families for all to enjoy!

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