Kinhaven Young Artist Seminar
Jun
3
to Jun 10

Kinhaven Young Artist Seminar

Based in Weston, Vermont, the Young Artist Seminar focuses on chamber music repertoire and will also include works performed by our conductorless chamber orchestra and our chorus. Each chamber group  studies one work during the week-long program and  receives daily coachings by our faculty. Other musical activities may include master classes, studio classes as well as opportunites for singing and organized discussions on musical topics. Each group is assigned to a rehearsal studio and a coach. Rehearsals and coachings take place each morning and afternoon.

The week’s work culminates in outreach concerts in Southern Vermont as well as in our own concert hall. All students perform the chamber work studied while at Kinhaven. Performances by the conductorless chamber orchestra and the chorus are featured on the Sunday morning concert.

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Pensacola Symphony Orchestra: Music for Families
May
19
9:30 AM09:30

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra: Music for Families

Join us for this annual family-centered event! Children of all ages will have the opportunity to touch and play instruments through the instrument petting zoo, participate in arts and crafts, and learn about the science of sound through pre-concert activities that begin at 9:30 a.m. There will be a special one-hour concert featuring a wide range of composers and selections from Star Wars and Beauty and the Beast at 11 a.m.

Tickets are $5. Children age 3 and under are free.

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TYO: Arts Alive in Music and Film
May
6
3:00 PM15:00

TYO: Arts Alive in Music and Film

The Tallahassee Youth Orchestra brings music inspired by film and nature alive in their final concert of this season. Included on the concert is the world premiere of Brianna Rhodes' commissioned work, "Moving Pictures," a suite of 5 vignettes from short films. You can listen to the work here:

https://soundcloud.com/briannarhodes/sets/moving-pictures

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Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra: An Epic Evening
May
5
8:00 PM20:00

Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra: An Epic Evening

BERLIOZ Roman Carnival
RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 2
PUCCINI Prelude to Act III, Edgar
RESPIGHI Pines of Rome

Our season finale promises to be an epic evening of music.
From Rachmaninoff’s sweeping Second Piano Concerto, to
Respighi’s majestic Pines of Rome, this concert is heavy-hitting
on both heart-wrenching, lush orchestration and soul-searching,
musical intimacy. Pieces by Berlioz and Puccini will round
out this night of symphonic poetry.

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Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra: Earth, Wind, and Fire
May
6
8:00 PM20:00

Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra: Earth, Wind, and Fire

Primal, violent, and hypnotic, Stravinsky’s revolutionary ballet score The Rite of Spring caused a riot at its first performance in Paris. The year was 1913 and the choreographer was the edgy Vaslav Nijinsky, whose earthy, provocative moves were said to be “physically unnatural to perform” by one of the dancers.  The haunting, spiritual sounds of Native American flute, performed by Grammy-nominated R. Carlos Nakai of Navajo-Ute heritage, will add an element of whispering wind to the concert, and Marquez’s dynamic “Danzon No. 2,” with its fiery, passionate drive, will kick off this fantastic season finale!

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FSU 2017 BFA Thesis Screening
May
6
6:00 PM18:00

FSU 2017 BFA Thesis Screening

The FSU Undergraduate class of 2017 will premiere 19 original short films as the culmination of their work at the FSU College of Motion Picture Arts.  Included in the lineup are Emily Mills' "The Girl and the Bird" and Zach Hoskin's "Trapped", both with original scores by Brianna Rhodes.

This is a ticketed event -- tickets can be acquired by contacting Emily Burgess at eburgess@fsu.edu

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