Explore the 2020/21 Season

Explore upcoming Jacksonville Symphony concerts below!
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Beethoven and Wagner

On Christmas morning of 1870, Richard Wagner’s new wife, Cosima, awakened to quite the surprise: 15 musicians on the staircase outside of her bedroom performing a new piece Richard had written for her birthday. In this instrumental pastorale, Wagner lovers will hear many favorite horn calls and bird songs from the Ring Cycle opera, Siegfried. Edward Elgar’s own little gift to his wife, Salut d’amour (Hello Love), is a warm and charming intermezzo on this program that opens with a lesser-known but brilliant gem from Wagner’s greatest influence, Beethoven.

Patriotic Pops — Coffee

The Symphony commemorates Memorial Day and honors those in the U.S. military who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the freedom we cherish. Sing along to your favorite patriotic selections from The Star-Spangled Banner to the themes of the great branches of our military. One of the most inspiring events of the season.

Patriotic Pops

The Symphony commemorates Memorial Day and honors those in the U.S. military who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the freedom we cherish. Sing along to your favorite patriotic selections from The Star-Spangled Banner to the themes of the great branches of our military. One of the most inspiring events of the season.

The Great Schubert Symphony

Franz Schubert revered Beethoven, and even attended the premiere of the giant’s Ninth Symphony. Schubert’s greatest tribute to the master was to write a grand symphony - his own Ninth. Fellow composer Robert Schumann offered these praises: “ enthralls its listeners, drawing them along to the last joyous note.” The strings of the Jacksonville Symphony shine in the opening work, Elgar’s Introduction and Allegro. Join the Symphony family for a musical toast as we close the season with Schubert’s final symphony.