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October 2019

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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November 2019

Beethoven’s Fifth — Coffee

November 22

Verdi’s vigorous overture to The Force of Destiny introduces the theme of fate knocking at the door, echoed in the most famous “four notes” ever composed, in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5. The destiny of lovers Pelléas and Mélisande unfolds in a languid suite by Fauré. And we welcome guest conductor Thomas Wilkins from the Hollywood Bowl and the Boston Symphony.

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December 2019

Holiday Pops — Coffee

December 6

Jacksonville’s favorite holiday tradition returns, with the glorious sounds of the season from traditional carols and sing-along medleys to a special Santa Claus dance featuring dancers from Douglas Anderson. Experience the joy and majesty of the holiday with the Jacksonville Symphony and Symphony Chorus in this spectacular event for the whole family. And don’t forget your snow boots!

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January 2020

The “Organ Symphony” — Coffee

January 3, 2020

The Guardian called Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3 “…a cutting-edge and gloriously tuneful work.” The composer himself said of the piece, “I gave everything to it I was able to give.” Join the Symphony as we showcase the Bryan Concert Organ for this wonderful concert.

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February 2020

A Romantic Valentine — Coffee

February 14, 2020

There’s no more amorous Valentine’s Day than one spent listening to great love songs and duets with the Jacksonville Symphony. Give your sweetheart a most romantic Valentine.

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March 2020

Copland and Ellington — Coffee

March 21, 2020

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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April 2020

RESPECT: Aretha — Coffee

April 17, 2020

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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May 2020

Patriotic Pops — Coffee

May 22, 2020

The Symphony’s Memorial Day tradition returns with our salute to military heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedom we cherish. The Symphony plays rousing patriotic favorites and you’re invited to sing along with the military anthems. The famous musical cannons from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture punctuate this exciting and memorable concert experience.

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