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Jacksonville Symphony: Season Finale! Mahler 5 | Times Union Center

Courtney Lewis, Music Director
The Jacksonville Symphony closes its season with a spectacular opening – a powerful, lone trumpet call that unfolds into an enormous work filled with dramatic power in Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. From the lush and introspective fourth movement to the triumphant finale, Mahler fills this expansive canvas with nearly every color imaginable.
FLORIDA BLUE MASTERWORKS SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/season-finale-mahler-5/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Season Finale! Mahler 5 | Times Union Center

Courtney Lewis, Music Director
The Jacksonville Symphony closes its season with a spectacular opening – a powerful, lone trumpet call that unfolds into an enormous work filled with dramatic power in Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. From the lush and introspective fourth movement to the triumphant finale, Mahler fills this expansive canvas with nearly every color imaginable.
FLORIDA BLUE MASTERWORKS SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/season-finale-mahler-5/

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Jacksonville Symphony: The Wizard of Oz | Times Union Center

The MGM classic film returns to the big screen at Jacoby Symphony Hall with its Oscar-winning score played live by the Jacksonville Symphony. This film that “has youngsters’ eyes shining and brought a quietly amused gleam to the wiser ones of the oldsters” (NY Times) features a young Judy Garland singing the timeless hit “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” Be sure to bring the children and grandchildren.
SYMPHONIC NIGHT AT THE MOVIES SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/the-wizard-of-oz/

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Jacksonville Symphony: The Wizard of Oz | Times Union Center

The MGM classic film returns to the big screen at Jacoby Symphony Hall with its Oscar-winning score played live by the Jacksonville Symphony. This film that “has youngsters’ eyes shining and brought a quietly amused gleam to the wiser ones of the oldsters” (NY Times) features a young Judy Garland singing the timeless hit “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” Be sure to bring the children and grandchildren.
SYMPHONIC NIGHT AT THE MOVIES SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/the-wizard-of-oz/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Patriotic Pops | Times Union Center

Michael Krajewski, Principal Pops Conductor
The Symphony’s Memorial Day weekend tradition continues with our salute to heroes in the U.S. military who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the freedom we cherish. Join us to hear your favorite patriotic selections including The Star-Spangled Banner and the themes of the great branches of our country’s military. This will be one of the most inspiring events of the season.
FIDELITY NATIONAL FINANCIAL POPS SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/patriotic-pops/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Patriotic Pops – Coffee | Times Union Center

Michael Krajewski, Principal Pops Conductor
The Symphony’s Memorial Day weekend tradition continues with our salute to heroes in the U.S. military who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the freedom we cherish. Join us to hear your favorite patriotic selections including The Star-Spangled Banner and the themes of the great branches of our country’s military. This will be one of the most inspiring events of the season.
RAYMOND JAMES COFFEE SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/patriotic-pops-coffee-2019/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Brahms Symphony No. 1 | Times Union Center

Courtney Lewis, Music Director
Joshua Roman, Cellist
Through mentorship, endorsement and friendship, Robert Schumann had the single most significant impact on the career of the younger Johannes Brahms. In homage, Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 contains clear references to the musical style of the man who so influenced him. Joshua Roman returns to Jacksonville to perform a virtuosic tapestry of sound in Lutosławski’s Cello Concerto.
FLORIDA BLUE MASTERWORKS SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/brahms-symphony-no-1/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Brahms Symphony No. 1 | Times Union Center

Courtney Lewis, Music Director
Joshua Roman, Cellist
Through mentorship, endorsement and friendship, Robert Schumann had the single most significant impact on the career of the younger Johannes Brahms. In homage, Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 contains clear references to the musical style of the man who so influenced him. Joshua Roman returns to Jacksonville to perform a virtuosic tapestry of sound in Lutosławski’s Cello Concerto.
FLORIDA BLUE MASTERWORKS SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/brahms-symphony-no-1/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Brahms Symphony No. 1 | Times Union Center

Courtney Lewis, Music Director
Joshua Roman, Cellist
Through mentorship, endorsement and friendship, Robert Schumann had the single most significant impact on the career of the younger Johannes Brahms. In homage, Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 contains clear references to the musical style of the man who so influenced him. Joshua Roman returns to Jacksonville to perform a virtuosic tapestry of sound in Lutosławski’s Cello Concerto.
FLORIDA BLUE MASTERWORKS SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/brahms-symphony-no-1/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Major/Minor | Times Union Center

Deanna Tham, Jacksonville Symphony Assistant Conductor & JSYO Principal Conductor
Courtney Lewis, Music Director
This showcase event features the JSYO’s top-tier ensembles, playing alongside their professional mentors in the Jacksonville Symphony. Winners of the 2018 Young Artist Competition will be featured.
JACKSONVILLE SYMPHONY YOUTH ORCHESTRAS

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/major-minor/

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Jacksonville Symphony: JYSO Festival of Strings | Times Union Center

Deanna Tham, Jacksonville Symphony Assistant Conductor & JSYO Principal Conductor
The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestras perform their festival of strings, conducted by Principal JSYO Conductor Deanna Tham.
JACKSONVILLE SYMPHONY YOUTH ORCHESTRAS

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/jsyo-festival-of-strings-2019/

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Jacksonville Symphony: Mozart’s Jupiter | Times Union Center, Jacoby Symphony Hall

A tremendous talent among a generation of young conductors, Karina Canellakis marks her return to the podium in Jacoby Symphony Hall by leading the Symphony through Mozart’s final symphony, the grand “Jupiter.” From Beethoven’s intense Leonore Overture No. 3 to Elgar’s In the South and the glorious finale of Mozart’s Symphony No. 41, this program is pure energy.
FLORIDA BLUE MASTERWORKS SERIES

For more information call: 904-354-5547
Or visit: https://www.jaxsymphony.org/event/mozart-jupiter/

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