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May 2020

JSYO Festival of Strings (CANCELED)

May 4

The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras perform the Festival of Strings in Jacoby Symphony Hall, led by Principal Conductor Deanna Tham. 

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JSYO Major/Minor (CANCELED)

May 8

Musicians from the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras will play side-by-side with musicians from the Jacksonville Symphony in this special concert.

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The Great Schubert Symphony – Symphony in 60 (CANCELED)

May 14

Schubert revered Beethoven. He even attended the premiere of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. His greatest tribute to Beethoven was to write a grand symphony – his own Ninth. Fellow composer Robert Schumann observed that Schubert’s Ninth Symphony “enthralls its listeners, drawing them along to the last joyous note.” Join us for a musical toast to Schubert’s last and “Great” Symphony.

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Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto (CANCELED)

May 15 - May 16

Our celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday continues with his “Emperor” Piano Concerto. Classical FM calls it, “…the most accomplished of all piano concertos with a striking opening movement and glorious finale but it’s the beauty and serenity of the adagio which makes this Beethoven’s best.” Witness 2017 Van Cliburn Competition medal-winner Daniel Hsu’s commanding facility in this masterpiece.

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Beaches Chamber Series: Double Bass Quintet (CANCELED)

May 19

Join the Jacksonville Symphony Double Bass Quintet for a performance in the Beaches Museum Chapel on Tuesday, May 19th, part of the Beaches Chamber Series!

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Patriotic Pops (CANCELED)

May 22 - May 23

The Symphony’s Memorial Day tradition returns with our salute to military heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedom we cherish. The Symphony plays rousing patriotic favorites and you’re invited to sing along with the military anthems. The famous musical cannons from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture punctuate this exciting and memorable concert experience.

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Patriotic Pops — Coffee (CANCELED)

May 22

The Symphony’s Memorial Day tradition returns with our salute to military heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedom we cherish. The Symphony plays rousing patriotic favorites and you’re invited to sing along with the military anthems. The famous musical cannons from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture punctuate this exciting and memorable concert experience.

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Jurassic Park (CANCELED)

May 30 - May 31

“Jurassic Park is a spectacle of special effects and life-like animatronics, with some of Spielberg's best sequences of sustained awe and sheer terror.” So said the critics. What could be better than the height of Spielberg’s imagination on the big screen and John Williams’ beautiful and iconic score played live in an acoustically great hall?

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June 2020

Mahler 1 (CANCELED)

June 5 - June 6

The concert opens with a deep exploration of Romanticism in Ravel’s La Valse and follows with the “unstoppable energy” of Adés’ Tevot. We conclude our season with the pinnacle of Beethoven’s lineage, Gustav Mahler and his “Titan” Symphony. “You won't want to miss a minute of this outstanding symphony which cannot fail to stir the soul - and leave you with a determined sense that anguish and loneliness can be banished and the human spirit will triumph.” – Classical FM

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Season Finale: Beethoven’s Ninth (CANCELED)

June 12 - June 13

Regarded by many critics and musicologists as one of the supreme achievements in the history of western music. The Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony Chorus and guest vocalists bring you Beethoven’s thrilling Ninth Symphony. Join us in closing the season with Beethoven’s “…declaration in favor of universal brotherhood.”

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