Jacksonville Symphony Tickets
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra was established in 1949 and since then has hosted some great names in music of the past century. Isaac Stern, Duke Ellington, Marilyn Horne, Luciano Pavarotti, Perlman and Mstislav Rostropovich have all been associated with Jacksonville Symphony. For more than sixty years, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra tickets have delighted music enthusiasts. The vibrant orchestra is ranked amongst the top thirty to forty American orchestras.
Jacksonville Symphony Tickets
- Mon Nov 12 2018Buy Jacksonville Symphony: Cameron Carpenter & Courtney Lewis, Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall Tickets for Mon Nov 12 2018 Jacksonville Symphony: Cameron Carpenter & Courtney Lewis, Kravis Center Dreyfoos Concert Hall tickets for 11/12 08:00 PM Kravis Center Dreyfoos Concert Hall
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The orchestra saw its first performance at the George Washington Auditorium in 1950. This was led by founding Music Director Van Lier Lanning. The ticket price set was one dollar! Now the orchestra has come a long way. It has become a representative of American orchestra music, for the 21st century, reaching an audience of about a one quarter million residents in Florida and on the First coast.
The orchestra consists of fifty three full time musicians, along with thirty part time musicians. From skilled veterans to talented aspiring musicians, people from different ages and backgrounds form the dynamic orchestra’s lineup. Jacksonville Symphony’s season lasts from September to May, with the orchestra performing approximately a hundred concerts. It’s work ranges from performing classical masterpieces to popular entertainment. Twice the orchestra has taken stage at the Carnegie Hall, in 1972 and 1988 respectively.
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra has got a dedicated concert hall, the Robert E. Jacoby Symphony Hall located at the Times-Union Center for Performing Arts; where most of its performances are staged. The Jacksonville Symphony Association, a nonprofit educational and cultural organization is responsible for the administration of JSYM. Current Music Director, Fabio Mechetti, has been serving for the past thirteen years and his efforts have been aimed at reaching new artistic heights for the orchestra.
The best thing about Jacksonville Symphony is that it has formed a strong connection with the community. It gives back something worthwhile to the community that has nurtured it and seen it grow. The educational outreach program has seen more than eighty thousand children benefit from the project. The educational program comprises of ‘The Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra’ which trains and gives opportunities for children between the ages of seven and twenty two, to showcase their talents.
Furthermore JSYM organizes visits of its musicians to various places, such as low income senior citizen centers, schools and after school enrichment centers. JSYM has established fourteen different groups which are entrusted with these social endeavors. They have helped reach around thirty thousand school children and three thousand senior citizens.
Their other projects include the instrument zoo, musical storytelling, sound check and tickets for teachers. Instrument zoo is a guild which offers children the opportunity to try their hands on any musical instrument. This exposure to musical instruments may lead to uncovering hidden talent in children. Sound check offers cheap Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra tickets to youngsters for the whole season whereas tickets for teachers allows teachers to get half priced tickets to concerts.
The non-profit organization has successfully brought and continues to bring music to all music loving souls. Its programming includes masterwork series, pop series, fusion series, family series, grand operas and special events. The masterwork series is an attempt to bring pieces of art such as Beethoven’s violin concerts, piano pieces of Brahms and Britten’s War requiem to the fore front. Fusion series are musically themed evening after which the audience can interact with the musicians.
With the enormous music diversity, Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra tickets provide the opportunity to experience unparalleled, live music. Be it contemporary work, theatre or grand opera, the orchestra gives a glorious performance. JSYM has a radio broadcast as well, so that more and more people can tune in and listen to what they have to offer.
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Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Jacksonville Symphony's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in West Palm Beach at the Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall on 12-Nov-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Jacksonville Symphony: Cameron Carpenter & Courtney Lewis||Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall||West Palm Beach, FL||Mon Nov 12 201811/12 08:00 PM|
Jacksonville Symphony Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Jacksonville Symphony tickets is $307. The date and location for this event is 12-Nov-18 at Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall, West Palm Beach. The minimum get-in price for Jacksonville Symphony tickets is $100.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Jacksonville Symphony: Cameron Carpenter & Courtney Lewis||West Palm Beach||12-Nov-18||$307||$100|
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