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Posts tagged as “Concert”

CANCELLED A Journey Through Light and Space

 Tonight Jo Jossim and the Florida Southern College Symphony Band invite you to join them on a special musical journey exploring light and its infinite destinations into space. Among the selected pieces that will assist this musical ensemble in taking their journey are John Mackey’s Aurora Awakes, a piece about…

CANCELED: Strings and Other Things …

The members of the Hollingsworth Trio have been invited to return to the FSC Faculty Artist Series this spring to lead a performance celebrating strings – and other things – in performance.  Certainly, the Trio (Parsché, Sedloff, and Thielen) has become rather well-oriented to that concept with over 30 years…

CANCELLED: Orchestral Treasures

Concluding her first year as conductor of Florida Southern College’s Symphony Orchestra and strings program, Martha Placeres leads her ensemble through an evening of music designed to showcase the diversity of orchestral repertoire and the hard work of her students. Through varied pieces by a variety of composers, you’ll hear…

JAZZ BRILLIANCE!

 We are so pleased this evening to bring back the youthful enthusiasm and savvy musicianship of our Florida Southern College Jazz Ensemble under the expert leadership of Jeff Benatar. For this special performance, Dr. Benatar has engaged internationally known jazz trumpeter Clay Jenkins as guest Artist-in-Residence – to work with…

CANCELLED JAZZ BRILLIANCE!

 We are so pleased this evening to bring back the youthful enthusiasm and savvy musicianship of our Florida Southern College Jazz Ensemble under the expert leadership of Jeff Benatar. For this special performance, Dr. Benatar has engaged internationally known jazz trumpeter Clay Jenkins as guest Artist-in-Residence – to work with…

PIANO, PIPA, AND CHINESE MUSIC

 Come and enjoy an evening dedicated to exploration of Chinese music through piano and pipa with Fen-Fang Chen.  This evening’s interactive recital will provide opportunities for you to experience various Chinese compositions, ranging from famous traditional Chinese tunes to contemporary Chinese dance musical arrangements – performed on two very different…

Gaelic Symphony

The orchestra performs the first symphony composed and published by a female American composer. Amy Beach’s Symphony in E-minor, Op. 32 “Gaelic” drew inspiration from English, Scottish and Irish melodies. Also during this performance, the ISO’s Beth Mason Young Artists Endowment Fund presents the winner of the Young Artists Competition…