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May 2019

Patriotic Pops – Coffee

May 24

The Symphony’s Memorial Day weekend tradition continues with our salute to heroes in the U.S. military who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the freedom we cherish. Join us to hear your favorite patriotic selections including The Star-Spangled Banner and the themes of the great branches of our country’s military. This will be one of the most inspiring events of the season.

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Patriotic Pops

May 24 - May 25

The Symphony’s Memorial Day weekend tradition continues with our salute to heroes in the U.S. military who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the freedom we cherish. Join us to hear your favorite patriotic selections including The Star-Spangled Banner and the themes of the great branches of our country’s military. This will be one of the most inspiring events of the season.

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The Wizard of Oz

May 31 - June 2

The MGM classic film returns to the big screen at Jacoby Symphony Hall with its Oscar-winning score played live by the Jacksonville Symphony. This film that “has youngsters’ eyes shining and brought a quietly amused gleam to the wiser ones of the oldsters” (NY Times) features a young Judy Garland singing the timeless hit "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Be sure to bring the children and grandchildren.

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June 2019

Season Finale! Mahler 5

June 7 - June 8

The Jacksonville Symphony closes its season with a spectacular opening – a powerful, lone trumpet  call that unfolds into an enormous work filled with dramatic power in Mahler’s Fifth  Symphony. From the lush and introspective fourth movement to the triumphant finale, Mahler fills this expansive canvas with nearly every color imaginable.

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September 2019

Fanfare! Opening Night

September 28
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Rhapsody in Blue. A name that instantly embodies the Mt. Everest of classical and jazz fusion. Marcus Roberts, who has been hailed as, “a genius of modern piano” and the rest of his trio join forces with Courtney Lewis and the Symphony to bring a fresh vibe to Gershwin’s masterpiece. The Symphony’s opening night concludes with Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony.

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October 2019

Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony

October 4 - October 5

Our season-long celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday opens with perhaps his most unique symphony, the “Pastoral.” Beethoven loved nature and captured the beauty and power it held for him in this elegant and dramatic work.

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

October 12 - October 13

The third film in the Harry Potter series, Salon called it, “…the first to capture not only the books’ sense of longing, but their understanding of the way magic underlies the mundane.” Harry’s third year at Hogwarts starts off badly when he learns deranged killer Sirius Black has escaped from Azkaban Prison and is bent on killing the young wizard. See it like never before with a live symphony orchestra playing the score.

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Hooray for Hollywood — Coffee

October 18

It’s been said that you can’t have a great movie without a great soundtrack. Michael Krajewski brings you music from the scores of some of the greatest movies of all time (and some that weren’t so great but, brought us wonderful music). The Jacksonville Symphony helps you relive many of your favorite films through their iconic songs and scores.

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Hooray for Hollywood

October 18 - October 19

It’s been said that you can’t have a great movie without a great soundtrack. Michael Krajewski brings you music from the scores of some of the greatest movies of all time (and some that weren’t so great but, brought us wonderful music). The Jacksonville Symphony helps you relive many of your favorite films through their iconic songs and scores.

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Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2

October 25 - October 26

Brahms’ colossal Second Piano Concerto interlaces tremendous virtuosity with the haunting lyricism that is one of his great calling cards. Surprisingly, it also features one of the most beautiful cello solos ever written. Music from Janáček’s lighthearted opera, The Cunning Little Vixen, opens the evening and is followed Lutosławski’s beautiful and profound Symphony No. 4. This program touches nearly every emotion imaginable.

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