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Chamber Concert – Through The Looking Glass

Vero Beach Museum of Art 3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach

Aleksandr Zhuk, violin Chris Glansdorp, cello Kay Kemper, harp Strings and harp make for a magical sonic world. Join us for four atmospheric, beautiful, and virtuosic works. Our program is framed by two French works—each a masterpiece—one that looks back to the conventions of 19th Century virtuoso concert music, the other firmly planted in the …

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Masterworks – Technicolor Dance

Community Church of Vero Beach 1901 23rd St, Vero Beach

Join Maestro Amado and the stellar musicians of the ACO for their return to live performances with three magnificent works. Kod ly’s virtuosic Dances of Galanta, and Beethoven’s white-hot 7th Symphony frame Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue—the first ‘crossover’ piece in classical music—blending jazz and popular music all in a classical scaffolding. An evening of festive music …

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Masterworks – Technicolor Dance

Eissey Campus Theatre at Palm Beach State College 11051 Campus Dr, Palm Beach Gardens

Join Maestro Amado and the stellar musicians of the ACO for their return to live performances with three magnificent works. Kod ly’s virtuosic Dances of Galanta, and Beethoven’s white-hot 7th Symphony frame Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue—the first ‘crossover’ piece in classical music—blending jazz and popular music all in a classical scaffolding. An evening of festive music …

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Masterworks – Technicolor Dance

Lyric Theatre 59 SW Flagler Ave, Stuart

Join Maestro Amado and the stellar musicians of the ACO for their return to live performances with three magnificent works. Kod ly’s virtuosic Dances of Galanta, and Beethoven’s white-hot 7th Symphony frame Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue—the first ‘crossover’ piece in classical music—blending jazz and popular music all in a classical scaffolding. An evening of festive music …

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Masterworks – Technicolor Dance

Lyric Theatre 59 SW Flagler Ave, Stuart

Join Maestro Amado and the stellar musicians of the ACO for their return to live performances with three magnificent works. Kod ly’s virtuosic Dances of Galanta, and Beethoven’s white-hot 7th Symphony frame Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue—the first ‘crossover’ piece in classical music—blending jazz and popular music all in a classical scaffolding. An evening of festive music …

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Chamber Concert – Evocations

Vero Beach Museum of Art 3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach

Leonid Sigal, violin Tao Lin, piano Karen Schubert, horn While 18th Century music was concerned with proportion and order, the 19th Century often embraced the music that evoked the wild beauty of nature. Amy Beach’s lovely Romance and Debussy’s L’isle joyeuse are both, in their own way, evocations of the natural world. Brahms’s Horn Trio …

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Masterworks – Classical Grace

Community Church of Vero Beach 1901 23rd St, Vero Beach

Celebrate the refinement of the Classical Era with two brilliant works by its standard-bearers. Haydn and Mozart defined the sound of an era, with clean textures, a gift of melody, and an embrace of drama—all wrapped in a decorous musical language. Saint-George, their contemporary, was known as the ‘Black Mozart’. A brilliant violinist and composer, …

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Masterworks – Classical Grace

Eissey Campus Theatre at Palm Beach State College 11051 Campus Dr, Palm Beach Gardens

Celebrate the refinement of the Classical Era with two brilliant works by its standard-bearers. Haydn and Mozart defined the sound of an era, with clean textures, a gift of melody, and an embrace of drama—all wrapped in a decorous musical language. Saint-George, their contemporary, was known as the ‘Black Mozart’. A brilliant violinist and composer, …

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Masterworks – Classical Grace

Lyric Theatre 59 SW Flagler Ave, Stuart

Celebrate the refinement of the Classical Era with two brilliant works by its standard-bearers. Haydn and Mozart defined the sound of an era, with clean textures, a gift of melody, and an embrace of drama—all wrapped in a decorous musical language. Saint-George, their contemporary, was known as the ‘Black Mozart’. A brilliant violinist and composer, …

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Masterworks – Classical Grace

Lyric Theatre 59 SW Flagler Ave, Stuart

Celebrate the refinement of the Classical Era with two brilliant works by its standard-bearers. Haydn and Mozart defined the sound of an era, with clean textures, a gift of melody, and an embrace of drama—all wrapped in a decorous musical language. Saint-George, their contemporary, was known as the ‘Black Mozart’. A brilliant violinist and composer, …

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Chamber Concert – Master’s Voice

Vero Beach Museum of Art 3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach

Daniel Giacobbe, clarinet Dina Kostic, violin Michelle Skinner, violin Kaitlin Springer, viola Ashley Garritson, cello At the core of everything Mozart wrote was the human voice. His sense of drama, his ability to tell a story, and his extraordinary gift of melody are always primary features. So it is unsurprising that those very qualities are …

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Masterworks – Strings Attached

First Presbyterian Church 717 Prosperity Farms Road, North Palm Beach

The strings of the ACO are featured in a virtuoso program of works by Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi and Walker. Vivaldi’s evergreen Four Seasons, played by ACO’s beloved concertmaster Leonid Sigal is framed by Tchaikovsky’s heartfelt tribute to Florence – imbued with his unparalleled melodic writing, gorgeous control of harmony, and rich textures – and Walker’s ravishing …

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