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November 2019

November Art Walk Ensembles

November 6

Three symphony ensembles will again perform at the November Art Walk! Ensemble performances can be found at Regions Bank, MOCA, and the Vystar Tower Lobby, and are free with no ticket required as part of the Mayo Clinic Community Concert Series.

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Michael Cavanaugh: The Music of Billy Joel

November 8 - November 9

Michael Cavanaugh, who was handpicked by Billy Joel to star on Broadway in the musical Movin’ Out, joins the Symphony in Jacoby Symphony Hall. The New York Times said of Cavanaugh, “…the remarkably accomplished pianist and Billy Joel sound-alike.” He and the Symphony will have you rocking in the aisles to Billy’s greatest hits and more.

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JSYO Fall Concert

November 10

The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras perform their first concert of the season in Jacoby Symphony Hall!

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Ehnes Plays Elgar

November 15 - November 16

James Ehnes, hailed as "fierce and impressive” by the San Francisco Classical Voice, joins the Symphony for Elgar’s ethereal Violin Concerto. The superstar violinist won the 2019 GRAMMY Award for Best Classical Solo performance. You will be thrilled by Sibelius’ cheerful and yet peaceful Sixth Symphony. And, we’ll explore the story of a lonely fisherman with Britten’s Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes.

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Beethoven’s Fifth – Symphony in 60

November 21

Verdi’s vigorous overture to The Force of Destiny introduces the theme of fate knocking at the door, echoed in the most famous “four notes” ever composed, in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5. The destiny of lovers Pelléas and Mélisande unfolds in a languid suite by Fauré. And we welcome guest conductor Thomas Wilkins from the Hollywood Bowl and the Boston Symphony.

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Beethoven’s Fifth — Coffee

November 22

Verdi’s vigorous overture to The Force of Destiny introduces the theme of fate knocking at the door, echoed in the most famous “four notes” ever composed, in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5. The destiny of lovers Pelléas and Mélisande unfolds in a languid suite by Fauré. And we welcome guest conductor Thomas Wilkins from the Hollywood Bowl and the Boston Symphony.

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Disney and Pixar’s UP

November 30 - December 1

Roger Ebert called UP, “… another masterwork from Pixar.” This wonderful film tells young and old alike that life’s biggest adventures aren’t always the ones you set out looking for. The entire family will enjoy the beauty of UP and of its score played live by the Jacksonville Symphony.

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December 2019

Holiday Pops

December 5 - December 8

Jacksonville’s favorite holiday tradition returns, with the glorious sounds of the season from traditional carols and sing-along medleys to a special Santa Claus dance featuring dancers from Douglas Anderson. Experience the joy and majesty of the holiday with the Jacksonville Symphony and Symphony Chorus in this spectacular event for the whole family. And don’t forget your snow boots!

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Holiday Pops — Coffee

December 6

Jacksonville’s favorite holiday tradition returns, with the glorious sounds of the season from traditional carols and sing-along medleys to a special Santa Claus dance featuring dancers from Douglas Anderson. Experience the joy and majesty of the holiday with the Jacksonville Symphony and Symphony Chorus in this spectacular event for the whole family. And don’t forget your snow boots!

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JSYO Holiday Concert

December 9

The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras perform their holiday concerts, led by Principal Conductor Deanna Tham.

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