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March 2020

JSYO Spring Concert

March 1

The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras perform their spring concert in Jacoby Symphony Hall.

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Inside Beethoven’s Chamber Music

March 1

Experience the Jacksonville Symphony in a more intimate setting. Three chamber ensembles will perform some of Beethoven’s pathbreaking music in the WJCT studio.

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Beaches Chamber Series: Brass Quintet

March 3

Join the Jacksonville Symphony Brass Quintet for a performance in the Beaches Museum Chapel on Tuesday, March 3rd, part of the Beaches Chamber Series!

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2020 Symphony Gala

March 7

Recognized worldwide as one of today's most exciting vocal stars, Denyce Graves continues to garner unparalleled acclaim in performance around the world. USA Today identifies her as "an operatic superstar of the 21st century," and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution exclaims, "If the human voice has the power to move you, you will be touched by Denyce Graves." She is a familiar face at the Metropolitan Opera in New York and at major international venues such as The Paris Opera, Royal Opera House and Washington National Opera. Acclaimed as the Carmen of her generation, Graves will sing music by Gershwin, Ravel, Bizet and more. The 2020 Symphony Gala is the party to be seen at in Jacksonville.

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Give My Regards to Broadway — CANCELED

March 13 - March 14

Broadway World said, “Steven Reineke’s boundless enthusiasm and exceptional artistry have made him one of the nation’s most sought-after pops conductors, composers and arrangers.” Reineke leads the Jacksonville Symphony and the Symphony Chorus in a performance of many of your Broadway favorites. Join us for an evening of hits from the Great White Way.

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Copland and Ellington Symphony in 60 — CANCELED

March 19

Three works connected by America’s greatest gift to the musical world: jazz. While Duke Ellington lived in the genre, both Copland and Stravinsky found inspiration and influence in its elements, each in their own style and language.

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Copland and Ellington Coffee — CANCELED

March 20

Three works connected by America’s greatest gift to the musical world: jazz. While Duke Ellington lived in the genre, both Copland and Stravinsky found inspiration and influence in its elements, each in their own style and language.

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SHIFT: Kennedy Center Bound — CANCELED

March 20 - March 21

The SHIFT Festival “…celebrates the vitality, identity and extraordinary artistry of orchestras…” Hear the program the Jacksonville Symphony will perform at the Kennedy Center. The selections include two pieces written specifically for the Symphony and Jacksonville: Duke Ellington’s Celebration written for the City of Jacksonville's 150th Anniversary and Courtney Bryan’s Bridges. The New York Philharmonic’s Anthony McGill returns for Copland’s Clarinet Concerto.

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Peter and the Wolf — CANCELED

March 29

Actor Michael Boudewyns returns to the Jacksonville Symphony with the timeless tale of boy and wolf. Prokofiev’s classic story and music have entertained and inspired kids and families for generations. Enjoy pre-concert activities for the whole family, including our Instrument Zoo!

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April 2020

Copland’s Great American Symphony — CANCELED

April 3 - April 4

Musical America’s 2019 Conductor of the Year, Carlos Miguel Prieto, opens this program with Manuel de Falla’s deeply rhythmic Spanish ballet. Leonard Bernstein said of Copland’s Symphony No. 3, “The symphony has become an American monument like the Washington Monument or the Lincoln Memorial.” Copland wrote this music to celebrate the euphoric spirit in America at the close of World War II.

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