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5 Friday concerts at 8:00pm | Van Wezel
$140/C, $215/B, $260/BB, $335/A, $395/AA

AA Rows 3-18 Center | A Rows 3-18 Sides | BB Rows 19-25 Center | B Rows 19-25 Sides | Cf Rows 1-2 | Cb Rows 26-29

Friday 5 subscription does not include Masterworks 5 & 7

  • 安徽快三Masters of Melody

    Masters of Melody

    Masterworks 1


    November 6
    November 7
    November 8

    Jeffrey Kahane, Artistic Advisor, SMF Music Director, conductor and piano

    GERSHWIN Piano Concerto in F
    RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 2

    Celebrate the opening of the 安徽快三-2021 Masterworks season with the infectious rhythms and unforgettable melodies of George Gershwin. The jazz-influenced Concerto in F, one of Gershwin's most beloved works for the concert hall, infuses the sounds of the Charleston, Ragtime and Blues into a stunning showpiece for both piano and orchestra. Celebrated American pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane will serve in both roles for these performances. Following intermission, Kahane, Music Director of the Sarasota Music Festival and Artistic Advisor for Sarasota Orchestra, will take the podium to lead the orchestra in Serge Rachmaninoff's glorious Symphony No. 2. One of the most treasured works of the venerated Romantic composer, the expansive, arching melodies of the Symphony have found their way into movie soundtracks and even pop music. This triumphant work marked a high point in Rachmaninoff's career, and will provide an electrifying kick off to an extraordinary season of music.

  • 安徽快三Beethoven Violin Concerto

    Beethoven Violin Concerto

    Masterworks 2


    December 4
    December 5
    December 6

    Yaniv Dinur, Music Director, New Bedford Symphony
    Angelo Xiang Yu, violin

    GABRIELLA SMITH Field Guide
    BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto
    TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 4

    December 16, 安徽快三 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, and the Sarasota Orchestra celebrates with a performance of his serene, yet astoundingly difficult Violin Concerto. Acclaimed young violinist Angelo Xiang Yu, described by the Cincinnati Enquirer as "a seasoned soloist with a dazzling technique", makes his debut with the Sarasota Orchestra following several spectacular performances at the Sarasota Music Festival. The rhythms and sounds of the natural world will provide an arresting opening to the concert. Field Guide, by American composer Gabriella Smith, takes its inspiration from the sounds of bird sanctuaries and tropical rainforests, and combines them in a work the San Francisco Classical Voice called "dauntingly original". The program concludes with Tchaikovsky's iconic Symphony No. 4, undoubtedly one of the most cherished works by the Romantic giant. Resident Conductor of the Milwaukee Symphony, Jerusalem-born Yaniv Dinur makes his Sarasota Orchestra debut with this expansive and exhilarating program.

  • 安徽快三Musical Heroines

    Musical Heroines

    Masterworks 3


    January 7
    January 8
    January 9
    January 10

    Kensho Watanabe, Assistant conductor at Philadelphia Orchestra
    Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano

    BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No. 3
    CLARA SCHUMANN Piano Concerto
    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade

    Three strong women, three wonderful stories. Beethoven's Lenore is one of the great operatic heroines, disguising herself and risking everything to save her husband from unjust imprisonment. The overture to Beethoven's only opera about love and sacrifice will provide an energetic opening to this colorful program. Clara Schumann was one of the most celebrated pianists of the mid-19th century and a composer of great talent. She also happened to be married to the great composer Robert Schumann, and the two were a powerful force in music during their lives. Clara composed her Piano Concerto in A Minor at the tender age of 14. British pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, oldest of the extraordinary Kanneh-Mason siblings, makes her Sarasota Orchestra debut performing this delightful work. Her 2019 recording of the piece earned a spot on the NY Times' list of best classical recordings. The program concludes with Rimsky-Korsakov's technicolor symphonic suite Scheherazade, based upon Tales from the Arabian Nights. Guest conductor Kensho Watanabe, whose tenure as Assistant Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra earned him notable praise, will lead the musicians through the exotic stories spun by the mythical Scheherazade to save her own life. Rimsky-Korsakov's virtuosic score will provide an electrifying end to this program spotlighting heroines of music.

  • 安徽快三Symphonie Fantastique

    Symphonie Fantastique

    Masterworks 4


    February 4
    February 5
    February 6
    February 7

    Carl St. Clair, Music Director, Pacific Symphony
    Augustin Hadelich, violin

    MOZART Overture to The Abduction from the Seraglio
    MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto
    BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique

    Musical visions of heaven and hell swirl through this vibrant program. Grammy Award winning violinist Augustin Hadelich makes his Sarasota Orchestra debut in Mendelssohn's sunny Concerto in E Minor, perhaps the most popular composition in the entire violin repertoire. Hadelich, who nearly lost his life in a severe fire and could not play for months, has been heralded for his extraordinary sound and was Musical America's 2018 Instrumentalist of the Year. The program concludes with Hector Berlioz's psychedelic Symphonie Fantastique. Maestro Carl St. Clair, Music Director of the Pacific Symphony for 30 years, returns to the Sarasota Orchestra podium to lead the musicians through Berlioz's opium-fueled visions of bucolic country sides, masked balls and witches' sabbaths. This exhilarating orchestral tour de force is guaranteed to leave concertgoers both breathless and thoroughly enchanted.

  • 安徽快三From the New World

    From the New World

    Masterworks 6


    March 19
    March 20
    March 21

    Thomas Wilkins, Music Director, Omaha Symphony
    Chee-Yun, violin

    JIM BECKEL Toccata for Orchestra
    LALO Symphonie espagnole
    DVOR'AK Symphony No. 9 (New World Symphony)

    Maestro Thomas Wilkins returns to Sarasota in a captivating program of orchestral favorites. Music Director of the Omaha Symphony and Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Wilkens opens the concert with American composer James Beckel's orchestral showpiece Toccata. The work's driving rhythms and brilliant orchestration have been enormously popular with audiences nationwide. Violinist Chee-Yun, whom the New York Times praised for her "high-gloss tone that pulls sensuously at the listener's ear" will dazzle with 'Edouard Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole. Composed for 19th century Spanish virtuoso violinist Pablo de Sarasate, the work is imbued with the scintillating sounds and rhythms of Spain, and offers the soloist both seductive and electrifying moments. The program concludes with Antonin Dvorák's love letter to America, his Symphony No. 9, "From the New World". Written during the composer's three-year residency in Iowa, the treasured work overflows with Dvorák's impressions of America and American music. The iconic theme of the 2nd movement, reverently scored for the English horn, was later utilized for the spiritual "Goin' 安徽快三", and is one of the most beloved melodies ever composed.

7 Saturday concerts at 8:00pm | Van Wezel

$200/C, $284/B, $349/BB, $449/A, $549/AA

AA Rows 3-18 Center | A Rows 3-18 Sides | BB Rows 19-25 Center | B Rows 19-25 Sides | Cf Rows 1-2 | Cb Rows 26-29

  • 安徽快三Masters of Melody

    Masters of Melody

    Masterworks 1


    November 6
    November 7
    November 8

    Jeffrey Kahane, Artistic Advisor, SMF Music Director, conductor and piano

    GERSHWIN Piano Concerto in F
    RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 2

    Celebrate the opening of the 安徽快三-2021 Masterworks season with the infectious rhythms and unforgettable melodies of George Gershwin. The jazz-influenced Concerto in F, one of Gershwin's most beloved works for the concert hall, infuses the sounds of the Charleston, Ragtime and Blues into a stunning showpiece for both piano and orchestra. Celebrated American pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane will serve in both roles for these performances. Following intermission, Kahane, Music Director of the Sarasota Music Festival and Artistic Advisor for Sarasota Orchestra, will take the podium to lead the orchestra in Serge Rachmaninoff's glorious Symphony No. 2. One of the most treasured works of the venerated Romantic composer, the expansive, arching melodies of the Symphony have found their way into movie soundtracks and even pop music. This triumphant work marked a high point in Rachmaninoff's career, and will provide an electrifying kick off to an extraordinary season of music.

  • 安徽快三Beethoven Violin Concerto

    Beethoven Violin Concerto

    Masterworks 2


    December 4
    December 5
    December 6

    Yaniv Dinur, Music Director, New Bedford Symphony
    Angelo Xiang Yu, violin

    GABRIELLA SMITH Field Guide
    BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto
    TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 4

    December 16, 安徽快三 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, and the Sarasota Orchestra celebrates with a performance of his serene, yet astoundingly difficult Violin Concerto. Acclaimed young violinist Angelo Xiang Yu, described by the Cincinnati Enquirer as "a seasoned soloist with a dazzling technique", makes his debut with the Sarasota Orchestra following several spectacular performances at the Sarasota Music Festival. The rhythms and sounds of the natural world will provide an arresting opening to the concert. Field Guide, by American composer Gabriella Smith, takes its inspiration from the sounds of bird sanctuaries and tropical rainforests, and combines them in a work the San Francisco Classical Voice called "dauntingly original". The program concludes with Tchaikovsky's iconic Symphony No. 4, undoubtedly one of the most cherished works by the Romantic giant. Resident Conductor of the Milwaukee Symphony, Jerusalem-born Yaniv Dinur makes his Sarasota Orchestra debut with this expansive and exhilarating program.

  • 安徽快三Musical Heroines

    Musical Heroines

    Masterworks 3


    January 7
    January 8
    January 9
    January 10

    Kensho Watanabe, Assistant conductor at Philadelphia Orchestra
    Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano

    BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No. 3
    CLARA SCHUMANN Piano Concerto
    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade

    Three strong women, three wonderful stories. Beethoven's Lenore is one of the great operatic heroines, disguising herself and risking everything to save her husband from unjust imprisonment. The overture to Beethoven's only opera about love and sacrifice will provide an energetic opening to this colorful program. Clara Schumann was one of the most celebrated pianists of the mid-19th century and a composer of great talent. She also happened to be married to the great composer Robert Schumann, and the two were a powerful force in music during their lives. Clara composed her Piano Concerto in A Minor at the tender age of 14. British pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, oldest of the extraordinary Kanneh-Mason siblings, makes her Sarasota Orchestra debut performing this delightful work. Her 2019 recording of the piece earned a spot on the NY Times' list of best classical recordings. The program concludes with Rimsky-Korsakov's technicolor symphonic suite Scheherazade, based upon Tales from the Arabian Nights. Guest conductor Kensho Watanabe, whose tenure as Assistant Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra earned him notable praise, will lead the musicians through the exotic stories spun by the mythical Scheherazade to save her own life. Rimsky-Korsakov's virtuosic score will provide an electrifying end to this program spotlighting heroines of music.

  • 安徽快三Symphonie Fantastique

    Symphonie Fantastique

    Masterworks 4


    February 4
    February 5
    February 6
    February 7

    Carl St. Clair, Music Director, Pacific Symphony
    Augustin Hadelich, violin

    MOZART Overture to The Abduction from the Seraglio
    MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto
    BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique

    Musical visions of heaven and hell swirl through this vibrant program. Grammy Award winning violinist Augustin Hadelich makes his Sarasota Orchestra debut in Mendelssohn's sunny Concerto in E Minor, perhaps the most popular composition in the entire violin repertoire. Hadelich, who nearly lost his life in a severe fire and could not play for months, has been heralded for his extraordinary sound and was Musical America's 2018 Instrumentalist of the Year. The program concludes with Hector Berlioz's psychedelic Symphonie Fantastique. Maestro Carl St. Clair, Music Director of the Pacific Symphony for 30 years, returns to the Sarasota Orchestra podium to lead the musicians through Berlioz's opium-fueled visions of bucolic country sides, masked balls and witches' sabbaths. This exhilarating orchestral tour de force is guaranteed to leave concertgoers both breathless and thoroughly enchanted.

  • 安徽快三Pictures at an Exhibition

    Pictures at an Exhibition

    Masterworks 5


    February 18
    February 20
    February 21

    Marcelo Lehninger, Music Director, Grand Rapids Symphony
    Orion Weiss, piano

    GUARNIERI Festive Overture
    MOZART Piano Concerto No. 23
    MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

    Music Director of the Grand Rapids Symphony, Maestro Marcelo Lehninger returns to Sarasota in a lively program featuring not one, but two Mozarts. The Abertura festiva (Festive Overture) by Brazilian composer Mozart Camargo Guarnieri opens the program with the tangy flavors of South America. The rhythmically rich work is a showpiece for the woodwind section of the orchestra. Pianist Orion Weiss, whose last performance with Sarasota Orchestra was called "simply breathtaking", returns with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 23. One of Mozart's most introspective and intimate works for piano, it will provide the perfect vehicle for the highly sought-after Weiss, lauded by critics as "an effortlessly brilliant performer". The program concludes with Modest Mussorgsky's orchestral showpiece Pictures at an Exhibition. Originally a virtuoso piece for solo piano, the brilliant Maurice Ravel orchestrated the work, creating one of the most cherished pieces in the entire orchestral repertoire. Ten vivid miniatures, each corresponding to a painting by Mussorgsky's friend, artist and architect Viktor Hartmann, depict castles, gnomes, markets and catacombs. The final movement, The Great Gate of Kiev, is one of the most majestic and moving moments in orchestral music and will provide a powerful conclusion to this colorful program.

  • 安徽快三From the New World

    From the New World

    Masterworks 6


    March 19
    March 20
    March 21

    Thomas Wilkins, Music Director, Omaha Symphony
    Chee-Yun, violin

    JIM BECKEL Toccata for Orchestra
    LALO Symphonie espagnole
    DVOR'AK Symphony No. 9 (New World Symphony)

    Maestro Thomas Wilkins returns to Sarasota in a captivating program of orchestral favorites. Music Director of the Omaha Symphony and Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Wilkens opens the concert with American composer James Beckel's orchestral showpiece Toccata. The work's driving rhythms and brilliant orchestration have been enormously popular with audiences nationwide. Violinist Chee-Yun, whom the New York Times praised for her "high-gloss tone that pulls sensuously at the listener's ear" will dazzle with 'Edouard Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole. Composed for 19th century Spanish virtuoso violinist Pablo de Sarasate, the work is imbued with the scintillating sounds and rhythms of Spain, and offers the soloist both seductive and electrifying moments. The program concludes with Antonin Dvorák's love letter to America, his Symphony No. 9, "From the New World". Written during the composer's three-year residency in Iowa, the treasured work overflows with Dvorák's impressions of America and American music. The iconic theme of the 2nd movement, reverently scored for the English horn, was later utilized for the spiritual "Goin' 安徽快三", and is one of the most beloved melodies ever composed.

  • 安徽快三Russian Tales

    Russian Tales

    Masterworks 7


    April 9
    April 10
    April 11

    Jeffrey Kahane, Artistic Advisor, SMF Music Director
    Garrick Ohlsson, piano

    STRAVINSKY Petrushka
    RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 3

    Sarasota Orchestra closes its Masterworks season with a program featuring two Russian jewels. Legendary Ballets Russes Impresario Serge Diaghilev commissioned several of the most important early 20th century composers to write for his ensemble, among them his countryman Igor Stravinsky, whose 1911 ballet music for Petrushka opens this program. The vibrant score tells the story of the jealous puppet Petrushka, and brilliantly combines Russian folk music with Stravinsky's ingenious rhythmic shifts and angular melodies, creating a work that has been an audience favorite for 100 years. World-renown pianist Garrick Ohlssen returns to Sarasota for a performance of Serge Rachmaninoff's towering Piano Concerto No. 3. Known as one of the most fiendishly difficult works in the repertoire, the piece requires extraordinary technical prowess and stamina from the soloist. Ohlssen will be joined by fellow pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane on the podium, in what is certain to be an exhilarating conclusion to an exceptional season of music.

7 Sunday concerts at 2:30pm | Van Wezel

$200/C, $284/B, $349/BB, $449/A, $549/AA

AA Rows 3-18 Center | A Rows 3-18 Sides | BB Rows 19-25 Center | B Rows 19-25 Sides | Cf Rows 1-2 | Cb Rows 26-29

  • 安徽快三Masters of Melody

    Masters of Melody

    Masterworks 1


    November 6
    November 7
    November 8

    Jeffrey Kahane, Artistic Advisor, SMF Music Director, conductor and piano

    GERSHWIN Piano Concerto in F
    RACHMANINOFF Symphony No. 2

    Celebrate the opening of the 安徽快三-2021 Masterworks season with the infectious rhythms and unforgettable melodies of George Gershwin. The jazz-influenced Concerto in F, one of Gershwin's most beloved works for the concert hall, infuses the sounds of the Charleston, Ragtime and Blues into a stunning showpiece for both piano and orchestra. Celebrated American pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane will serve in both roles for these performances. Following intermission, Kahane, Music Director of the Sarasota Music Festival and Artistic Advisor for Sarasota Orchestra, will take the podium to lead the orchestra in Serge Rachmaninoff's glorious Symphony No. 2. One of the most treasured works of the venerated Romantic composer, the expansive, arching melodies of the Symphony have found their way into movie soundtracks and even pop music. This triumphant work marked a high point in Rachmaninoff's career, and will provide an electrifying kick off to an extraordinary season of music.

  • 安徽快三Beethoven Violin Concerto

    Beethoven Violin Concerto

    Masterworks 2


    December 4
    December 5
    December 6

    Yaniv Dinur, Music Director, New Bedford Symphony
    Angelo Xiang Yu, violin

    GABRIELLA SMITH Field Guide
    BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto
    TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 4

    December 16, 安徽快三 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, and the Sarasota Orchestra celebrates with a performance of his serene, yet astoundingly difficult Violin Concerto. Acclaimed young violinist Angelo Xiang Yu, described by the Cincinnati Enquirer as "a seasoned soloist with a dazzling technique", makes his debut with the Sarasota Orchestra following several spectacular performances at the Sarasota Music Festival. The rhythms and sounds of the natural world will provide an arresting opening to the concert. Field Guide, by American composer Gabriella Smith, takes its inspiration from the sounds of bird sanctuaries and tropical rainforests, and combines them in a work the San Francisco Classical Voice called "dauntingly original". The program concludes with Tchaikovsky's iconic Symphony No. 4, undoubtedly one of the most cherished works by the Romantic giant. Resident Conductor of the Milwaukee Symphony, Jerusalem-born Yaniv Dinur makes his Sarasota Orchestra debut with this expansive and exhilarating program.

  • 安徽快三Musical Heroines

    Musical Heroines

    Masterworks 3


    January 7
    January 8
    January 9
    January 10

    Kensho Watanabe, Assistant conductor at Philadelphia Orchestra
    Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano

    BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No. 3
    CLARA SCHUMANN Piano Concerto
    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade

    Three strong women, three wonderful stories. Beethoven's Lenore is one of the great operatic heroines, disguising herself and risking everything to save her husband from unjust imprisonment. The overture to Beethoven's only opera about love and sacrifice will provide an energetic opening to this colorful program. Clara Schumann was one of the most celebrated pianists of the mid-19th century and a composer of great talent. She also happened to be married to the great composer Robert Schumann, and the two were a powerful force in music during their lives. Clara composed her Piano Concerto in A Minor at the tender age of 14. British pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, oldest of the extraordinary Kanneh-Mason siblings, makes her Sarasota Orchestra debut performing this delightful work. Her 2019 recording of the piece earned a spot on the NY Times' list of best classical recordings. The program concludes with Rimsky-Korsakov's technicolor symphonic suite Scheherazade, based upon Tales from the Arabian Nights. Guest conductor Kensho Watanabe, whose tenure as Assistant Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra earned him notable praise, will lead the musicians through the exotic stories spun by the mythical Scheherazade to save her own life. Rimsky-Korsakov's virtuosic score will provide an electrifying end to this program spotlighting heroines of music.

  • 安徽快三Symphonie Fantastique

    Symphonie Fantastique

    Masterworks 4


    February 4
    February 5
    February 6
    February 7

    Carl St. Clair, Music Director, Pacific Symphony
    Augustin Hadelich, violin

    MOZART Overture to The Abduction from the Seraglio
    MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto
    BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique

    Musical visions of heaven and hell swirl through this vibrant program. Grammy Award winning violinist Augustin Hadelich makes his Sarasota Orchestra debut in Mendelssohn's sunny Concerto in E Minor, perhaps the most popular composition in the entire violin repertoire. Hadelich, who nearly lost his life in a severe fire and could not play for months, has been heralded for his extraordinary sound and was Musical America's 2018 Instrumentalist of the Year. The program concludes with Hector Berlioz's psychedelic Symphonie Fantastique. Maestro Carl St. Clair, Music Director of the Pacific Symphony for 30 years, returns to the Sarasota Orchestra podium to lead the musicians through Berlioz's opium-fueled visions of bucolic country sides, masked balls and witches' sabbaths. This exhilarating orchestral tour de force is guaranteed to leave concertgoers both breathless and thoroughly enchanted.

  • 安徽快三Pictures at an Exhibition

    Pictures at an Exhibition

    Masterworks 5


    February 18
    February 20
    February 21

    Marcelo Lehninger, Music Director, Grand Rapids Symphony
    Orion Weiss, piano

    GUARNIERI Festive Overture
    MOZART Piano Concerto No. 23
    MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

    Music Director of the Grand Rapids Symphony, Maestro Marcelo Lehninger returns to Sarasota in a lively program featuring not one, but two Mozarts. The Abertura festiva (Festive Overture) by Brazilian composer Mozart Camargo Guarnieri opens the program with the tangy flavors of South America. The rhythmically rich work is a showpiece for the woodwind section of the orchestra. Pianist Orion Weiss, whose last performance with Sarasota Orchestra was called "simply breathtaking", returns with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 23. One of Mozart's most introspective and intimate works for piano, it will provide the perfect vehicle for the highly sought-after Weiss, lauded by critics as "an effortlessly brilliant performer". The program concludes with Modest Mussorgsky's orchestral showpiece Pictures at an Exhibition. Originally a virtuoso piece for solo piano, the brilliant Maurice Ravel orchestrated the work, creating one of the most cherished pieces in the entire orchestral repertoire. Ten vivid miniatures, each corresponding to a painting by Mussorgsky's friend, artist and architect Viktor Hartmann, depict castles, gnomes, markets and catacombs. The final movement, The Great Gate of Kiev, is one of the most majestic and moving moments in orchestral music and will provide a powerful conclusion to this colorful program.

  • 安徽快三From the New World

    From the New World

    Masterworks 6


    March 19
    March 20
    March 21

    Thomas Wilkins, Music Director, Omaha Symphony
    Chee-Yun, violin

    JIM BECKEL Toccata for Orchestra
    LALO Symphonie espagnole
    DVOR'AK Symphony No. 9 (New World Symphony)

    Maestro Thomas Wilkins returns to Sarasota in a captivating program of orchestral favorites. Music Director of the Omaha Symphony and Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Wilkens opens the concert with American composer James Beckel's orchestral showpiece Toccata. The work's driving rhythms and brilliant orchestration have been enormously popular with audiences nationwide. Violinist Chee-Yun, whom the New York Times praised for her "high-gloss tone that pulls sensuously at the listener's ear" will dazzle with 'Edouard Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole. Composed for 19th century Spanish virtuoso violinist Pablo de Sarasate, the work is imbued with the scintillating sounds and rhythms of Spain, and offers the soloist both seductive and electrifying moments. The program concludes with Antonin Dvorák's love letter to America, his Symphony No. 9, "From the New World". Written during the composer's three-year residency in Iowa, the treasured work overflows with Dvorák's impressions of America and American music. The iconic theme of the 2nd movement, reverently scored for the English horn, was later utilized for the spiritual "Goin' 安徽快三", and is one of the most beloved melodies ever composed.

  • 安徽快三Russian Tales

    Russian Tales

    Masterworks 7


    April 9
    April 10
    April 11

    Jeffrey Kahane, Artistic Advisor, SMF Music Director
    Garrick Ohlsson, piano

    STRAVINSKY Petrushka
    RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 3

    Sarasota Orchestra closes its Masterworks season with a program featuring two Russian jewels. Legendary Ballets Russes Impresario Serge Diaghilev commissioned several of the most important early 20th century composers to write for his ensemble, among them his countryman Igor Stravinsky, whose 1911 ballet music for Petrushka opens this program. The vibrant score tells the story of the jealous puppet Petrushka, and brilliantly combines Russian folk music with Stravinsky's ingenious rhythmic shifts and angular melodies, creating a work that has been an audience favorite for 100 years. World-renown pianist Garrick Ohlssen returns to Sarasota for a performance of Serge Rachmaninoff's towering Piano Concerto No. 3. Known as one of the most fiendishly difficult works in the repertoire, the piece requires extraordinary technical prowess and stamina from the soloist. Ohlssen will be joined by fellow pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane on the podium, in what is certain to be an exhilarating conclusion to an exceptional season of music.

3 concerts at 8:00pm | Neel Performing Arts Center
$115/B, $138/A, $174/AA

AA Rows D-O | A Rows P-S | B Rows A-C

Neel 3 subscription does not include Masterworks 1, 2, 6 and 7

  • 安徽快三Musical Heroines

    Musical Heroines

    Masterworks 3


    January 7
    January 8
    January 9
    January 10

    Kensho Watanabe, Assistant conductor at Philadelphia Orchestra
    Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano

    BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No. 3
    CLARA SCHUMANN Piano Concerto
    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade

    Three strong women, three wonderful stories. Beethoven's Lenore is one of the great operatic heroines, disguising herself and risking everything to save her husband from unjust imprisonment. The overture to Beethoven's only opera about love and sacrifice will provide an energetic opening to this colorful program. Clara Schumann was one of the most celebrated pianists of the mid-19th century and a composer of great talent. She also happened to be married to the great composer Robert Schumann, and the two were a powerful force in music during their lives. Clara composed her Piano Concerto in A Minor at the tender age of 14. British pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, oldest of the extraordinary Kanneh-Mason siblings, makes her Sarasota Orchestra debut performing this delightful work. Her 2019 recording of the piece earned a spot on the NY Times' list of best classical recordings. The program concludes with Rimsky-Korsakov's technicolor symphonic suite Scheherazade, based upon Tales from the Arabian Nights. Guest conductor Kensho Watanabe, whose tenure as Assistant Conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra earned him notable praise, will lead the musicians through the exotic stories spun by the mythical Scheherazade to save her own life. Rimsky-Korsakov's virtuosic score will provide an electrifying end to this program spotlighting heroines of music.

  • 安徽快三Symphonie Fantastique

    Symphonie Fantastique

    Masterworks 4


    February 4
    February 5
    February 6
    February 7

    Carl St. Clair, Music Director, Pacific Symphony
    Augustin Hadelich, violin

    MOZART Overture to The Abduction from the Seraglio
    MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto
    BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique

    Musical visions of heaven and hell swirl through this vibrant program. Grammy Award winning violinist Augustin Hadelich makes his Sarasota Orchestra debut in Mendelssohn's sunny Concerto in E Minor, perhaps the most popular composition in the entire violin repertoire. Hadelich, who nearly lost his life in a severe fire and could not play for months, has been heralded for his extraordinary sound and was Musical America's 2018 Instrumentalist of the Year. The program concludes with Hector Berlioz's psychedelic Symphonie Fantastique. Maestro Carl St. Clair, Music Director of the Pacific Symphony for 30 years, returns to the Sarasota Orchestra podium to lead the musicians through Berlioz's opium-fueled visions of bucolic country sides, masked balls and witches' sabbaths. This exhilarating orchestral tour de force is guaranteed to leave concertgoers both breathless and thoroughly enchanted.

  • 安徽快三Pictures at an Exhibition

    Pictures at an Exhibition

    Masterworks 5


    February 18
    February 20
    February 21

    Marcelo Lehninger, Music Director, Grand Rapids Symphony
    Orion Weiss, piano

    GUARNIERI Festive Overture
    MOZART Piano Concerto No. 23
    MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

    Music Director of the Grand Rapids Symphony, Maestro Marcelo Lehninger returns to Sarasota in a lively program featuring not one, but two Mozarts. The Abertura festiva (Festive Overture) by Brazilian composer Mozart Camargo Guarnieri opens the program with the tangy flavors of South America. The rhythmically rich work is a showpiece for the woodwind section of the orchestra. Pianist Orion Weiss, whose last performance with Sarasota Orchestra was called "simply breathtaking", returns with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 23. One of Mozart's most introspective and intimate works for piano, it will provide the perfect vehicle for the highly sought-after Weiss, lauded by critics as "an effortlessly brilliant performer". The program concludes with Modest Mussorgsky's orchestral showpiece Pictures at an Exhibition. Originally a virtuoso piece for solo piano, the brilliant Maurice Ravel orchestrated the work, creating one of the most cherished pieces in the entire orchestral repertoire. Ten vivid miniatures, each corresponding to a painting by Mussorgsky's friend, artist and architect Viktor Hartmann, depict castles, gnomes, markets and catacombs. The final movement, The Great Gate of Kiev, is one of the most majestic and moving moments in orchestral music and will provide a powerful conclusion to this colorful program.

3 concerts at 8:00pm | Van Wezel
$96/Cb & Cf, $126/B, $138/BB, $171/A, $206/AA

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  • 安徽快三Unforgettable: The American Songbook

    Unforgettable: The American Songbook

    Pops 1


    January 22 at 8:00pm
    January 23 at 2:30pm
    January 23 at 8:00pm

    Sean O'Loughlin, conductor

    Hear the tunes Nat King Cole was talking about when he crooned, "Unforgettable... like a song of love that clings to me." Celebrated Pops conductor Sean O'Loughlin leads a live-symphony concert of romantic anthems featuring exciting vocalists. Music will include Frank Sinatra's "Come Fly with Me," Etta James' "At Last," Cole's "Nature Boy" and more.

  • 安徽快三The Envelope Please

    The Envelope Please

    Pops 2


    March 5 at 8:00pm
    March 6 at 2:30pm
    March 6 at 8:00pm

    Christopher Confessore, conductor
    Susan Egan, Douglas LeBrecque, Lisa Vroman, vocalists

    Three of Broadway's best join Sarasota Orchestra in a concert of songs that garnered Grammys, Tonys and Oscars. Vocalist Susan Egan, the original Belle in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, returns to our Pops stage with Phantom of the Opera stars Doug LaBrecque and Lisa Vroman for a tour through the world of Broadway, Pop, and American film music.

  • 安徽快三Revolution: Music of the Beatles

    Revolution: Music of the Beatles

    Pops 3


    April 16 at 8:00pm
    April 17 at 2:30pm
    April 17 at 8:00pm

    Stuart Malina, conductor

    Experience this new, authorized symphonic tribute to the Fab Four featuring Grammy winner Jeff Tyzik's electrifying arrangements, based on the Beatles' original master recordings at Abbey Road. Accompanied by hundreds of rare archival photos along with stunning video and animation, Revolution takes audiences on a magical musical and visual journey through the hits that transformed popular music forever.

3 concerts at 2:30pm | Van Wezel
$96/Cb & Cf, $126/B, $138/BB, $171/A, $206/AA

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AA Rows 3-18 Center | A Rows 3-18 Sides | BB Rows 19-25 Center | B Rows 19-25 Sides | Cf Rows 1-2 | Cb Rows 26-29

  • 安徽快三Unforgettable: The American Songbook

    Unforgettable: The American Songbook

    Pops 1


    January 22 at 8:00pm
    January 23 at 2:30pm
    January 23 at 8:00pm

    Sean O'Loughlin, conductor

    Hear the tunes Nat King Cole was talking about when he crooned, "Unforgettable... like a song of love that clings to me." Celebrated Pops conductor Sean O'Loughlin leads a live-symphony concert of romantic anthems featuring exciting vocalists. Music will include Frank Sinatra's "Come Fly with Me," Etta James' "At Last," Cole's "Nature Boy" and more.

  • 安徽快三The Envelope Please

    The Envelope Please

    Pops 2


    March 5 at 8:00pm
    March 6 at 2:30pm
    March 6 at 8:00pm

    Christopher Confessore, conductor
    Susan Egan, Douglas LeBrecque, Lisa Vroman, vocalists

    Three of Broadway's best join Sarasota Orchestra in a concert of songs that garnered Grammys, Tonys and Oscars. Vocalist Susan Egan, the original Belle in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, returns to our Pops stage with Phantom of the Opera stars Doug LaBrecque and Lisa Vroman for a tour through the world of Broadway, Pop, and American film music.

  • 安徽快三Revolution: Music of the Beatles

    Revolution: Music of the Beatles

    Pops 3


    April 16 at 8:00pm
    April 17 at 2:30pm
    April 17 at 8:00pm

    Stuart Malina, conductor

    Experience this new, authorized symphonic tribute to the Fab Four featuring Grammy winner Jeff Tyzik's electrifying arrangements, based on the Beatles' original master recordings at Abbey Road. Accompanied by hundreds of rare archival photos along with stunning video and animation, Revolution takes audiences on a magical musical and visual journey through the hits that transformed popular music forever.

3 concerts at 8:00pm | Van Wezel
$96/Cb & Cf, $126/B, $138/BB, $171/A, $206/AA

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AA Rows 3-18 Center | A Rows 3-18 Sides | BB Rows 19-25 Center | B Rows 19-25 Sides | Cf Rows 1-2 | Cb Rows 26-29

  • 安徽快三Unforgettable: The American Songbook

    Unforgettable: The American Songbook

    Pops 1


    January 22 at 8:00pm
    January 23 at 2:30pm
    January 23 at 8:00pm

    Sean O'Loughlin, conductor

    Hear the tunes Nat King Cole was talking about when he crooned, "Unforgettable... like a song of love that clings to me." Celebrated Pops conductor Sean O'Loughlin leads a live-symphony concert of romantic anthems featuring exciting vocalists. Music will include Frank Sinatra's "Come Fly with Me," Etta James' "At Last," Cole's "Nature Boy" and more.

  • 安徽快三The Envelope Please

    The Envelope Please

    Pops 2


    March 5 at 8:00pm
    March 6 at 2:30pm
    March 6 at 8:00pm

    Christopher Confessore, conductor
    Susan Egan, Douglas LeBrecque, Lisa Vroman, vocalists

    Three of Broadway's best join Sarasota Orchestra in a concert of songs that garnered Grammys, Tonys and Oscars. Vocalist Susan Egan, the original Belle in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, returns to our Pops stage with Phantom of the Opera stars Doug LaBrecque and Lisa Vroman for a tour through the world of Broadway, Pop, and American film music.

  • 安徽快三Revolution: Music of the Beatles

    Revolution: Music of the Beatles

    Pops 3


    April 16 at 8:00pm
    April 17 at 2:30pm
    April 17 at 8:00pm

    Stuart Malina, conductor

    Experience this new, authorized symphonic tribute to the Fab Four featuring Grammy winner Jeff Tyzik's electrifying arrangements, based on the Beatles' original master recordings at Abbey Road. Accompanied by hundreds of rare archival photos along with stunning video and animation, Revolution takes audiences on a magical musical and visual journey through the hits that transformed popular music forever.

3 concerts at 7:30pm | Sarasota Opera House
$60/C, $70/CC, $110/B (Mezz), $90/BB, $120/A, $150/AA (Boxes)

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  • 安徽快三Brilliant Beginnings

    Brilliant Beginnings

    Discover Mozart 1


    Saturday, October 3

    Stephen Mulligan, conductor
    Dominic Cheli, piano

    BRITTEN Sinfonietta, Op. 1
    MENDELSSOHN Piano Concerto No. 1
    MOZART Symphony No. 25

    Enjoy this joyful paean to youth's possibilities. Benjamin Britten wrote his Sinfonietta at the tender age of 18—and in the process, established himself as one of the major voices in British music. Dominic Cheli, just 20-years-old, wields formidable skill in Mendelssohn's fiery and dramatic first piano concerto. Mozart's early and passionate Symphony No. 25 is recognizable as the exhilarating opening to the movie Amadeus. Rising young conductor Stephen Mulligan directs.

  • 安徽快三European Holiday

    European Holiday

    Discover Mozart 2


    Tuesday, December 22

    Sameer Patel, conductor

    DEBUSSY Petite Suite
    RESPIGHI Trittico Botticelliano ("Adoration of the Magi")
    VIVALDI Concerto for Two Trumpets
    MOZART Symphony No. 31 (Paris)

    Herald the holiday season with jubilant trumpets and festive melodies. Tantalizing flashes of Debussy's musical impressionism are visible in the evocative Petite Suite. In "Adoration of the Magi," the second in a triptych of movements inspired by Botticelli's paintings, Respighi offers exotic reworkings of familiar Christmas tunes. Vivaldi's sparkling concerto showcases the best of Baroque brass. Mozart's grand "Paris" Symphony concludes this program led by the exciting young conductor Sameer Patel.

  • 安徽快三Fables and Fantasy

    Fables and Fantasy

    Discover Mozart 3


    Saturday, May 15

    Elena Schwarz, conductor
    Ifetayo Ali-Landing, cello

    MOZART Overture to the Magic Flute
    RAVEL Mother Goose Suite
    TCHAIKOVSKY Rococo Variations
    DUKAS Sorcerer's Apprentice

    Revel in Ravel, delight in Dukas, and marvel at Mozart in a program of musical fairy tales. Beauty and the Beast, Tom Thumb, and Sleeping Beauty cavort through Ravel's delightful Mother Goose Suite. Dukas's The Sorcerer's Apprentice is most famous from the Disney movie Fantasia. Mozart's Symphony No. 32 conjures up the sights and sounds of a journey to Paris. And the magic of teenage cello prodigy Ifetayo Ali-Landing comes to life in Tchaikovsky's famous Rococo Variations.

6 concerts at 5:30pm | Holley Hall
$207/C, $277/B

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  • 安徽快三Strike Up the Band

    Strike Up the Band

    Great Escapes 1

    October 14
    October 15
    October 16
    October 17

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    Our Great Escapes season opens with an upbeat and brassy tribute to the great big band leaders of the 20th century. Hear Holley Hall resound with music composed and popularized by Montavani, Henry Mancini, Glenn Miller, and Louis Armstrong.  

  • 安徽快三Jingle Bells Forever

    Jingle Bells Forever

    Great Escapes 2

    December 9
    December 10
    December 11
    December 12
    December 13

    William Waldrop, conductor

    Join Sarasota Orchestra in a celebration that travels the globe to experience international flavors of holiday joy. Along with your favorite holiday classics, take a tropical spin on a Caribbean Sleigh Ride, dance in your seats to Feliz Navidad, and enjoy an epic Silent Night.  

  • 安徽快三Beethoven at the Movies

    Beethoven at the Movies

    Great Escapes 3

    January 13
    January 14
    January 15
    January 16
    January 17

    David Alan Miller, conductor

    Trace Beethoven's musical legacy from the symphony hall to the silver screen: Grammy Award winning conductor David Alan Miller interweaves Beethoven's immortal music and influences on contemporary film scores. Come hear the soundtracks to the movies with new ears.

  • 安徽快三My Funny Valentine

    My Funny Valentine

    Great Escapes 4

    February 10
    February 11
    February 12
    February 13
    February 14

    Michelle Merrill, conductor

    Isn't love grand? When serenaded by the sounds of Sarasota Orchestra, your sweetie is sure to agree. Our annual Valentine's Day program will feature romantic (both "big R" and "little r") music of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Tchaikovsky, and many more.

  • 安徽快三Journey on the Orient Express

    Journey on the Orient Express

    Great Escapes 5

    March 10
    March 11
    March 12
    March 13
    March 14

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    This "murder mystery" adventure will whisk audiences through London, Paris, Munich, and Hungary, finally landing in Turkey. In a program featuring tunes such as "God Save the Queen" and "La Vie En Rose," waltzes by Johann Strauss, Jr. round out a concert of daring music and intrigue.

  • 安徽快三Comedy Tonight

    Comedy Tonight

    Great Escapes 6

    April 21
    April 22
    April 23
    April 24

    Christopher Confessore, conductor

    Get ready for a set of musical side-splitters! Leroy Anderson's Classical Jukebox joins Raymond Scott's Powerhouse, Sondheim's Comedy Tonight, and other humorous selections. This comedic twist on your Great Escapes is sure to bring on laughter. 

6 concerts at 7:30pm | Holley Hall
$247/C, $312/B

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  • 安徽快三Strike Up the Band

    Strike Up the Band

    Great Escapes 1

    October 14
    October 15
    October 16
    October 17

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    Our Great Escapes season opens with an upbeat and brassy tribute to the great big band leaders of the 20th century. Hear Holley Hall resound with music composed and popularized by Montavani, Henry Mancini, Glenn Miller, and Louis Armstrong.  

  • 安徽快三Jingle Bells Forever

    Jingle Bells Forever

    Great Escapes 2

    December 9
    December 10
    December 11
    December 12
    December 13

    William Waldrop, conductor

    Join Sarasota Orchestra in a celebration that travels the globe to experience international flavors of holiday joy. Along with your favorite holiday classics, take a tropical spin on a Caribbean Sleigh Ride, dance in your seats to Feliz Navidad, and enjoy an epic Silent Night.  

  • 安徽快三Beethoven at the Movies

    Beethoven at the Movies

    Great Escapes 3

    January 13
    January 14
    January 15
    January 16
    January 17

    David Alan Miller, conductor

    Trace Beethoven's musical legacy from the symphony hall to the silver screen: Grammy Award winning conductor David Alan Miller interweaves Beethoven's immortal music and influences on contemporary film scores. Come hear the soundtracks to the movies with new ears.

  • 安徽快三My Funny Valentine

    My Funny Valentine

    Great Escapes 4

    February 10
    February 11
    February 12
    February 13
    February 14

    Michelle Merrill, conductor

    Isn't love grand? When serenaded by the sounds of Sarasota Orchestra, your sweetie is sure to agree. Our annual Valentine's Day program will feature romantic (both "big R" and "little r") music of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Tchaikovsky, and many more.

  • 安徽快三Journey on the Orient Express

    Journey on the Orient Express

    Great Escapes 5

    March 10
    March 11
    March 12
    March 13
    March 14

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    This "murder mystery" adventure will whisk audiences through London, Paris, Munich, and Hungary, finally landing in Turkey. In a program featuring tunes such as "God Save the Queen" and "La Vie En Rose," waltzes by Johann Strauss, Jr. round out a concert of daring music and intrigue.

  • 安徽快三Comedy Tonight

    Comedy Tonight

    Great Escapes 6

    April 21
    April 22
    April 23
    April 24

    Christopher Confessore, conductor

    Get ready for a set of musical side-splitters! Leroy Anderson's Classical Jukebox joins Raymond Scott's Powerhouse, Sondheim's Comedy Tonight, and other humorous selections. This comedic twist on your Great Escapes is sure to bring on laughter. 

6 concerts at 5:30pm | Holley Hall
$207/C, $277/B

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  • 安徽快三Strike Up the Band

    Strike Up the Band

    Great Escapes 1

    October 14
    October 15
    October 16
    October 17

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    Our Great Escapes season opens with an upbeat and brassy tribute to the great big band leaders of the 20th century. Hear Holley Hall resound with music composed and popularized by Montavani, Henry Mancini, Glenn Miller, and Louis Armstrong.  

  • 安徽快三Jingle Bells Forever

    Jingle Bells Forever

    Great Escapes 2

    December 9
    December 10
    December 11
    December 12
    December 13

    William Waldrop, conductor

    Join Sarasota Orchestra in a celebration that travels the globe to experience international flavors of holiday joy. Along with your favorite holiday classics, take a tropical spin on a Caribbean Sleigh Ride, dance in your seats to Feliz Navidad, and enjoy an epic Silent Night.  

  • 安徽快三Beethoven at the Movies

    Beethoven at the Movies

    Great Escapes 3

    January 13
    January 14
    January 15
    January 16
    January 17

    David Alan Miller, conductor

    Trace Beethoven's musical legacy from the symphony hall to the silver screen: Grammy Award winning conductor David Alan Miller interweaves Beethoven's immortal music and influences on contemporary film scores. Come hear the soundtracks to the movies with new ears.

  • 安徽快三My Funny Valentine

    My Funny Valentine

    Great Escapes 4

    February 10
    February 11
    February 12
    February 13
    February 14

    Michelle Merrill, conductor

    Isn't love grand? When serenaded by the sounds of Sarasota Orchestra, your sweetie is sure to agree. Our annual Valentine's Day program will feature romantic (both "big R" and "little r") music of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Tchaikovsky, and many more.

  • 安徽快三Journey on the Orient Express

    Journey on the Orient Express

    Great Escapes 5

    March 10
    March 11
    March 12
    March 13
    March 14

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    This "murder mystery" adventure will whisk audiences through London, Paris, Munich, and Hungary, finally landing in Turkey. In a program featuring tunes such as "God Save the Queen" and "La Vie En Rose," waltzes by Johann Strauss, Jr. round out a concert of daring music and intrigue.

  • 安徽快三Comedy Tonight

    Comedy Tonight

    Great Escapes 6

    April 21
    April 22
    April 23
    April 24

    Christopher Confessore, conductor

    Get ready for a set of musical side-splitters! Leroy Anderson's Classical Jukebox joins Raymond Scott's Powerhouse, Sondheim's Comedy Tonight, and other humorous selections. This comedic twist on your Great Escapes is sure to bring on laughter. 

6 concerts at 8:00pm | Holley Hall
$247/C, $312/B, $499/A

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  • 安徽快三Strike Up the Band

    Strike Up the Band

    Great Escapes 1

    October 14
    October 15
    October 16
    October 17

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    Our Great Escapes season opens with an upbeat and brassy tribute to the great big band leaders of the 20th century. Hear Holley Hall resound with music composed and popularized by Montavani, Henry Mancini, Glenn Miller, and Louis Armstrong.  

  • 安徽快三Jingle Bells Forever

    Jingle Bells Forever

    Great Escapes 2

    December 9
    December 10
    December 11
    December 12
    December 13

    William Waldrop, conductor

    Join Sarasota Orchestra in a celebration that travels the globe to experience international flavors of holiday joy. Along with your favorite holiday classics, take a tropical spin on a Caribbean Sleigh Ride, dance in your seats to Feliz Navidad, and enjoy an epic Silent Night.  

  • 安徽快三Beethoven at the Movies

    Beethoven at the Movies

    Great Escapes 3

    January 13
    January 14
    January 15
    January 16
    January 17

    David Alan Miller, conductor

    Trace Beethoven's musical legacy from the symphony hall to the silver screen: Grammy Award winning conductor David Alan Miller interweaves Beethoven's immortal music and influences on contemporary film scores. Come hear the soundtracks to the movies with new ears.

  • 安徽快三My Funny Valentine

    My Funny Valentine

    Great Escapes 4

    February 10
    February 11
    February 12
    February 13
    February 14

    Michelle Merrill, conductor

    Isn't love grand? When serenaded by the sounds of Sarasota Orchestra, your sweetie is sure to agree. Our annual Valentine's Day program will feature romantic (both "big R" and "little r") music of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Tchaikovsky, and many more.

  • 安徽快三Journey on the Orient Express

    Journey on the Orient Express

    Great Escapes 5

    March 10
    March 11
    March 12
    March 13
    March 14

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    This "murder mystery" adventure will whisk audiences through London, Paris, Munich, and Hungary, finally landing in Turkey. In a program featuring tunes such as "God Save the Queen" and "La Vie En Rose," waltzes by Johann Strauss, Jr. round out a concert of daring music and intrigue.

  • 安徽快三Comedy Tonight

    Comedy Tonight

    Great Escapes 6

    April 21
    April 22
    April 23
    April 24

    Christopher Confessore, conductor

    Get ready for a set of musical side-splitters! Leroy Anderson's Classical Jukebox joins Raymond Scott's Powerhouse, Sondheim's Comedy Tonight, and other humorous selections. This comedic twist on your Great Escapes is sure to bring on laughter. 

4 concerts at 4:00pm | Holley Hall
$140/C, $190/B

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  • 安徽快三Jingle Bells Forever

    Jingle Bells Forever

    Great Escapes 2

    December 9
    December 10
    December 11
    December 12
    December 13

    William Waldrop, conductor

    Join Sarasota Orchestra in a celebration that travels the globe to experience international flavors of holiday joy. Along with your favorite holiday classics, take a tropical spin on a Caribbean Sleigh Ride, dance in your seats to Feliz Navidad, and enjoy an epic Silent Night.  

  • 安徽快三Beethoven at the Movies

    Beethoven at the Movies

    Great Escapes 3

    January 13
    January 14
    January 15
    January 16
    January 17

    David Alan Miller, conductor

    Trace Beethoven's musical legacy from the symphony hall to the silver screen: Grammy Award winning conductor David Alan Miller interweaves Beethoven's immortal music and influences on contemporary film scores. Come hear the soundtracks to the movies with new ears.

  • 安徽快三My Funny Valentine

    My Funny Valentine

    Great Escapes 4

    February 10
    February 11
    February 12
    February 13
    February 14

    Michelle Merrill, conductor

    Isn't love grand? When serenaded by the sounds of Sarasota Orchestra, your sweetie is sure to agree. Our annual Valentine's Day program will feature romantic (both "big R" and "little r") music of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Tchaikovsky, and many more.

  • 安徽快三Journey on the Orient Express

    Journey on the Orient Express

    Great Escapes 5

    March 10
    March 11
    March 12
    March 13
    March 14

    Steven Jarvi, conductor

    This "murder mystery" adventure will whisk audiences through London, Paris, Munich, and Hungary, finally landing in Turkey. In a program featuring tunes such as "God Save the Queen" and "La Vie En Rose," waltzes by Johann Strauss, Jr. round out a concert of daring music and intrigue.

8 concerts | Holley Hall
$191/C, $256/B

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  • 安徽快三Strings Attached

    Strings Attached

    Chamber Soirée 1


    Thursday, September 24, 5:30pm

    ELGAR Serenade for Strings
    BARBER Adagio for Strings
    BART'OK Divertimento

  • 安徽快三Roots of Beethoven

    Roots of Beethoven

    Chamber Soirée 2


    Sunday, October 11, 4:00pm

    HAYDN String Quartet No. 2 (The Joke)
    MOZART Horn Quintet in E-flat Major
    BEETHOVEN String Quartet Op. 18, No. 6

  • 安徽快三Serendipity

    Serendipity

    Chamber Soirée 3


    Saturday, October 31, 7:30pm

    LAUREN BERNOFSKY Trio for Brass
    FRANCAIX Trio for Piano, Oboe and Bassoon
    REBECCA CLARKE Lullaby and Grotesque
    JAN'ACEK Concertino

  • 安徽快三String Quartet

    String Quartet

    Chamber Soirée 4


    Sunday, Dec 20, 4:00pm

    BEETHOVEN String Quartet No. 16
    BEETHOVEN String Quartet No. 10

  • 安徽快三Latin Dances

    Latin Dances

    Chamber Soirée 5

    Sunday, January 24, 4:00pm
    Sunday, January 24, 4:00pm

    RAVEL Alborada del gracioso
    MARQUEZ Danza de Mediodia
    D'RIVERA Four Pieces
    GOLIJOV Mariel
    PIAZZOLLA Histoire du Tango

  • 安徽快三Americana

    Americana

    Chamber Soirée 6


    Sunday, January 31, 4:00pm*
    Sunday, January 31, 4:00pm*

    CAROLINE SHAW Entr'acte
    BARBER Summer Music
    DVOR'AK "American" String Quintet

    *Contact Box Office or note on your order if you want to exchange into the performance on Thursday, January 28 at 5:30pm.

  • 安徽快三Fairy Tale Romance

    Fairy Tale Romance

    Chamber Soirée 7


    Sunday, February 28, 4:00pm*
    Sunday, February 28, 4:00pm*

    JOSEF SUK Piano Quartet
    SCHUMANN M"archenerz"ahlungen (Fairy Tales)
    SCHUBERT Piano Trio No. 1

    *Contact Box Office or note on your order if you want to exchange into the performance on Thursday, February 25 at 5:30pm.

  • 安徽快三Music for 7, 8, 9

    Music for 7, 8, 9

    Chamber Soirée 8


    Sunday, April 18, 4:00pm
    Sunday, April 18, 4:00pm

    STRAUSS Metamorphosen
    STRAVINSKY Octet for Winds
    MARTINU Nonet No. 2

4 concerts | Holley Hall
$123/C, $158/B

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  • 安徽快三Latin Dances

    Latin Dances

    Chamber Soirée 5

    Sunday, January 24, 4:00pm
    Sunday, January 24, 4:00pm

    RAVEL Alborada del gracioso
    MARQUEZ Danza de Mediodia
    D'RIVERA Four Pieces
    GOLIJOV Mariel
    PIAZZOLLA Histoire du Tango

  • 安徽快三Americana

    Americana

    Chamber Soirée 6


    Sunday, January 31, 4:00pm*
    Sunday, January 31, 4:00pm*

    CAROLINE SHAW Entr'acte
    BARBER Summer Music
    DVOR'AK "American" String Quintet

    *Contact Box Office or note on your order if you want to exchange into the performance on Thursday, January 28 at 5:30pm.

  • 安徽快三Fairy Tale Romance

    Fairy Tale Romance

    Chamber Soirée 7


    Sunday, February 28, 4:00pm*
    Sunday, February 28, 4:00pm*

    JOSEF SUK Piano Quartet
    SCHUMANN M"archenerz"ahlungen (Fairy Tales)
    SCHUBERT Piano Trio No. 1

    *Contact Box Office or note on your order if you want to exchange into the performance on Thursday, February 25 at 5:30pm.

  • 安徽快三Music for 7, 8, 9

    Music for 7, 8, 9

    Chamber Soirée 8


    Sunday, April 18, 4:00pm
    Sunday, April 18, 4:00pm

    STRAUSS Metamorphosen
    STRAVINSKY Octet for Winds
    MARTINU Nonet No. 2

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Reviews

Written byHerald Tribune

 Literally gripping the arms of my seat, I was not the only one propelled on this rollercoaster of delightful music.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 Every section and soloist within the orchestra played their role with strength and beauty; every tree proud and tall. Tali served as an excellent guide leading the forces with assured confidence. The overall sound was lush and, yes, intense just where it needed to be.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 The Sarasota Orchestra was brimming with bubbling energy...  

Written byHerald Tribune

 A lifetime of musical moments, cinematic in scope, gave every section of the orchestra a leading role at one time or another. Chief among them was the virtuosic solo of concertmaster Daniel Jordan.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 It was a thrill ride resulting in an explosion of audience enthusiasm.  

Written byThe Observer

 Andrew Lane, the Orchestra’s Principal Pops Conductor, knows how to program a winning event and this concert had something for everyone. It also brought in a whole new audience that seemed dazzled by the performances.  

Written byThe Observer

 The Sarasota Orchestra played a program this past weekend filled with so much color, it was like visiting the Louvre.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 The performance... was exceptional, bringing new and stunning sonorities from a larger than usual Sarasota Orchestra under the dynamic leadership of Anu Tali.  

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