Tony DeSare: Great American Crooner

The NY Times described Tony DeSare as, “…two parts young Sinatra and one part Billy Joel meshed seamlessly to form a crooner, and a very good one.” Tony returns for his third visit to Jacksonville with a concert filled with Valentine’s romance.

Gershwin and More

Broadway and Symphony star Capathia Jenkins returns to Jacksonville for a weekend of Gershwin classics including “Summertime” and “The Man I Love.” Jenkins, who has been called, “…an immense musical presence” will also bring you songs by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Duke Ellington, and songs from the Broadway hit Dreamgirls.

John Williams: Heroes and Villains

Star Wars, Jaws, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park and so many more. John Williams’ music has won 24 GRAMMYs, five EMMYs, four Golden Globes, 52 OSCAR nominations and five OSCARS. Join the Symphony for an all new program of theme music for the good guys and bad guys.

Classical Mystery Tour: The Beatles’ Abbey Road

Hailed by many critics as The Beatles’ finest album, Abbey Road included such iconic songs as “Here Comes the Sun,” “Something” and “Come Together.” Classical Mystery Tour returns with a tribute to The Beatles’ early years, Abbey Road and many more timeless songs from the greatest band of all time.

Bette, Babs & Beyond

The Symphony and pop/Broadway singers celebrate the stories and songs of the legendary ladies of music: Bette Midler, Barbara Streisand, Tina Turner, Aretha, Dolly Parton and more. Singing their GRAMMY and OSCAR-winning hits such as “Wind Beneath My Wings,” “I Will Survive,” “Don’t Rain on my Parade” and “The Way We Were.” You’ll be humming these tunes for days.

Patriotic Pops

The Symphony commemorates Memorial Day and honors those in the U.S. military who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the freedom we cherish. Sing along to your favorite patriotic selections from The Star-Spangled Banner to the themes of the great branches of our military. One of the most inspiring events of the season.