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April 2020

RESPECT: Aretha — CANCELED

April 17 - April 18

There is a reason Aretha Franklin was dubbed “The Queen of Soul.” While we may have lost her last year, her music will live on forever. With hits like “Respect,” “Think,” “Chain of Fools,” “A Natural Woman” and so many more, she sold over 75 million albums. Three grand stars from Broadway’s Come From Away, Kinky Boots, The Lion King and more join the Symphony in paying tribute to the one and only Aretha.

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RESPECT: Aretha – Coffee — CANCELED

April 17

There is a reason Aretha Franklin was dubbed “The Queen of Soul.” While we may have lost her last year, her music will live on forever. With hits like “Respect,” “Think,” “Chain of Fools,” “A Natural Woman” and so many more, she sold over 75 million albums. Three grand stars from Broadway’s Come From Away, Kinky Boots, The Lion King and more join the Symphony in paying tribute to the one and only Aretha.

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Brahms Symphony No. 2 – Symphony in 60 — CANCELED

April 23

Matthew Halls, one of the most brilliant conductors of his generation, returns to Jacksonville to lead the Symphony through Brahms’ bucolic and buoyant Symphony No. 2. Brimming with optimism and lush melodies, this piece will leave joyful melodies in your ear all weekend long.

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Brahms Symphony No. 2 — CANCELED

April 24 - April 25

The Symphony No. 2 by Brahms shines as one of the brightest stars in the symphonic universe. Conductor Matthew Halls returns to pair Brahms with Tchaikovsky’s affectionate portrayal of melodies by Mozart. Haydn’s “Miracle” Symphony offers a delicate balance in this evening of symphonic heavyweights.

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May 2020

Music of the Knights — CANCELED

May 1

A celebration of Britain’s most legendary songwriters—Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Elton John and Sir Paul McCartney.

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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

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

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

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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