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September 2019

Fanfare! Opening Night

September 28

Rhapsody in Blue. A name that instantly embodies the Mt. Everest of classical and jazz fusion. Marcus Roberts, who has been hailed as, “a genius of modern piano” and the rest of his trio join forces with Courtney Lewis and the Symphony to bring a fresh vibe to Gershwin’s masterpiece. The Symphony’s opening night concludes with Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony.

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October 2019

Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony

October 4 - October 5

Our season-long Beethoven celebration starts with the most unique of his symphonies. Beethoven’s love of the beauty and power of nature shines through in his “Pastoral.” Smetana captures the majesty of mountains, the mystery of forests and the sound and spirit of the mighty Moldau.

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert

October 12 - October 13

Relive the magic of your favorite wizard in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert. Based on the third installment of J.K. Rowling’s classic saga, the thrilling tale is accompanied by the music of a live symphony orchestra as Harry soars across the big screen.

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Hooray for Hollywood — Coffee

October 18

It’s been said that you can’t have a great movie without a great soundtrack. Michael Krajewski brings you music from the scores of some of the greatest movies of all time. From Max Steiner to John Williams, relive your favorite films through their iconic songs and scores with the Jacksonville Symphony.

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Hooray for Hollywood

October 18 - October 19

It’s been said that you can’t have a great movie without a great soundtrack. Michael Krajewski brings you music from the scores of some of the greatest movies of all time. From Max Steiner to John Williams, relive your favorite films through their iconic songs and scores with the Jacksonville Symphony.

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Spooktacular

October 20

Spooktacular is back and spookier than ever! Join us for a Halloween concert that’s fun for the whole family. Come dressed in your Halloween costume for a costume contest, trick-or-treating, spooky crafts and our Instrument Zoo – an interactive, hands-on experience with all the instruments of the orchestra. Pre-concert activities begin at 2pm.

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Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2

October 25 - October 26

Brahms’ colossal Second Piano Concerto interlaces tremendous virtuosity with the haunting lyricism that is one of his great calling cards. Surprisingly, it also features one of the most beautiful cello solos ever written. Music from Janáček’s lighthearted opera, Cunning Little Vixen, opens the evening and is followed by Lutosławski’s beautiful and profound Symphony No. 4. This program touches every emotion imaginable.

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November 2019

Beethoven Chamber Music

November 1

The magic and electricity of Beethoven’s chamber music comes to life as Jacksonville Symphony musicians perform some of his pathbreaking music for smaller ensembles. Lazzara Performance Hall is the perfect space to experience Beethoven on a more intimate scale.

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Brass, Organ, Winds and Percussion

November 3

It’s the third annual concert featuring the mighty brass, wind and percussion sections of the Symphony. Organist Greg Zelek returns to join forces with Jacksonville Symphony musicians and the Bryan Concert Organ for an afternoon of powerful music certain to once again shake the rafters of Jacoby Symphony Hall.

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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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