Focus Series

The Plaza Live : Mon 12/4/17 7:00PM - Mon 4/16/18 7:00PM

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Welcome to the 2017-2018 Focus Series, five chamber orchestra concerts taking place on Monday evenings at 7 pm at The Plaza Live. This popular series begins with Enigma Variations, featuring the Philharmonic's Principal Flute Colleen Blagov and Music Director/Cellist Eric Jacobsen performing solo works with orchestra by Greenstein and Dvorák respectively. Elgar's "Enigma Variations" completes this program. The second concert Touch of Genius features the young violin virtuoso Randall Goosby performing two well-known works with orchestra. Next, we spend An Evening with the Mendelssohns as we explore the music of Felix Mendelssohn and his equally talented sister Fanny. We welcome violinist and composer Jeremy Kittel to Orlando as we explore our American Roots in a program that also features music of Copland and Beethoven. Finally, brilliant pianist and conductor Benjamin Hochman leads the Philharmonic in music of Mozart & Dvorák to end the series.

We hope you will join us at The Plaza Live for the Focus Series, starting Monday, October 23.


FOCUS SERIES: Touch of Genius Monday, December 4, 2017 7:00PM   ·   More Info »
FOCUS SERIES:  Touch of Genius

Young violin virtuoso Randall Goosby will perform two short works with the Philharmonic, including the fiendishly difficult Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso, written by Saint-Saëns



FOCUS SERIES: An Evening with the Mendelssohns Monday, January 15, 2018 7:00PM   ·   More Info »
FOCUS SERIES:  An Evening with the Mendelssohns

The Philharmonic will perform three of Felix Mendelssohn's best-known works, as well as pay homage to his equally talented sister, Fanny.



FOCUS SERIES: American Roots Monday, April 2, 2018 7:00PM   ·   More Info »
FOCUS SERIES:  American Roots

The Philharmonic explores its American Roots with music of Copland and violinist/composer Jeremy Kittel.



FOCUS SERIES: Mozart and Dvořák Monday, April 16, 2018 7:00PM   ·   More Info »
FOCUS SERIES:  Mozart and Dvořák

Pianist and conductor Benjam Hochman, described by The New York Times as “a gifted, fast-rising artist” will lead the Philharmonic from the keyboard.



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Orchestra Level 1A $228.00
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Orchestra Level 1 $202.00
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Orchestra Level 2 $136.00
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Orchestra Level 3 $87.00
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