South Florida Symphony Orchestra
South Florida Symphony Announces 25th Anniversary Season
Join South Florida Symphony to celebrate 25 years of artistic excellence with an outstanding season of classical masterworks, including one of the most beloved violin concertos in history, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major; Shostakovich’s final “War Symphony,” No. 9; Brahms’s doubly demanding Concerto for Violin and Cello; and an all-Dvořák program with audience favorite Zuill Bailey. The South Florida Symphony Chorus expands its repertoire, performing holiday favorite Handel’s Messiah (a subscription add-on), as well as one of the greatest large chorale works of its day, Bruckner’s majestic Te Deum. And honoring its commitment to presenting new works, SFSO presents the third World Premiere by Composer-in-Residence John Gottsch: the Florida-inspired Ocklawaha.
Subscribers save 20% off single tickets prices on 5 Masterworks concerts, and Handel’s Messiah (add on).