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January 2019

Don Giovanni

January 25 - January 27

Considered by many to be the greatest opera ever written, the Symphony brings a staged version of Mozart’s dark tale to the concert hall. Reimagined through vivid projection and a world-class cast, Mozart’s glorious music finds new life in this thrilling Jacksonville Symphony production and Festival grand finale. Sung in Italian with English supertitles.

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February 2019

Cirque Musica

February 1 - February 2

This program blends the grace and skills of the world’s greatest circus performers with the stunning symphonic music of the Jacksonville Symphony. It’s a high-flying performance featuring aerialists, acrobats and contortionists. You’ll be treated to a full sensory experience that will have you on the edge of your seat and in awe of the beauty, thrills and majesty that is Cirque Musica and the Jacksonville Symphony.

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Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 1 – Coffee

February 8

With a work the composer describes as “dreams of a winter journey,” a young Tchaikovsky was the first to compose a truly Russian symphony that did not attempt to imitate the looming Germanic style. Contained within are the sounds of the expansive tundra, and a grand style of expression that became a hallmark of Russian music well into the 20th century.

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Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra

February 10

A Benjamin Britten masterpiece returns! From the violins to the triangle and the tuba to the harp, the Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra is an enduring classic introduction to all the orchestral instruments. Written in 1945 for a documentary, Britten’s stirring  music has inspired generations of young audiences. With actors and dancers adding to the drama, you don’t want to miss the chance to hear this orchestral classic, in a fun program led by Assistant Conductor Deanna Tham.

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Daphnis and Chloe

February 15 - February 16

As different as the music of Maurice Ravel is from Richard Wagner’s, the German’s influence on Daphnis et Chloé is unmistakable. Music from Wagner’s final, and by many accounts greatest, opera sets the stage for music from Ravel’s grand ballet. These two works swim in resplendent themes and colors, and weave drama into music that needs no words.

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“Listen Up” Ensemble Concert – February

February 22

Jacksonville Symphony Ensemble Concert, presented in partnership with the Beaches Museum & History Park.

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Star Wars: A New Hope

February 23 - February 24

The original Star Wars. “…a most razzle-dazzling family movie.” (LA Times) “A grand and glorious film.” (Time Magazine) “A fairy tale. A fantasy. A Legend.” (Roger Ebert) What more needs to be said? See George Lucas’ classic movie with John Williams’ beloved, OSCAR-winning score played live by the Jacksonville Symphony.

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March 2019

2019 Symphony Gala

March 2

International superstar Alisa Weilerstein brings a combination of poetry and sheer virtuosity to the most famous cello concerto of all. Dvořák’s bold opening theme unapologetically sets the tone for this tour de force. "Weilerstein's cello is her id. She doesn't give the impression that making music involves will at all. She and the cello seem simply to be one and the same." - Los Angeles Times

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JSYO Spring Concert

March 3

The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras perform their spring concert, conducted by Principal JSYO Conductor Deanna Tham.

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Cherish the Ladies – Coffee

March 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Join us for an evening that includes a spectacular blend of virtuoso instrumental talents, beautiful vocals, captivating arrangements and stunning step dancing. This Irish-American Emmy-winning super group has played at the White House and the Olympics, and with over 250 symphonies around the world.

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