The circus meets the symphony this weekend with two Florida Orchestra concerts at the Mahaffey Theater, including a family-friendly Sunday matinee. Stunning aerial acts and mindboggling contortions are perfectly choreographed to beloved works, including Copland’s Hoe-Down, Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty, John Williams’ Flight to Neverland from Hook, Khachaturian’s Masquerade and more. Daniel Black conducts Saturday (Oct. 7) and Sunday (Oct. 8) to open the Raymond James Pops series. Tickets are on sale now at FloridaOrchestra.org.
New this season! The Florida Orchestra offers $20 tickets for young people ages 5-18 for all Raymond James Pops concerts, while supplies last. Available only through TFO’s Ticket Center. For more information and tickets, call 727.892.3337.
Cirque Dances with Troupe Vertigo
Daniel Black, conductor
Sat, Oct 7, 8 pm
Sun, Oct 8, 2 pm – Matinee!
Mahaffey Theater, St. Petersburg
Tickets: $28, $40, $65, $80, all fees included; $20 children’s tickets available
Available at: FloridaOrchestra.org, 727.892.3337 and TFO Ticket Center
TFO will perform more than 100 concerts this season in venues throughout Tampa Bay. Music Director Michael Francis continues the Hough Family Foundation Masterworks series with Copland’s Appalachian Spring on Oct. 21 & 22 at the Mahaffey Theater and Ruth Eckerd Hall, and Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini on Oct. 28 & 29 at the Mahaffey Theater. FloridaOrchestra.org.
About The Florida Orchestra
The Florida Orchestra (TFO) is recognized as Tampa Bay’s leading performing arts institution, the largest professional orchestra in Florida, and one of the most vibrant and innovative orchestras in America. This is its 56th season. Under the leadership of Music Director Michael Francis, TFO performs series of classical, popular, and morning concerts in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater, as well as free Pops in the Park concerts. The orchestra is dedicated to connecting to the community, including family and youth concerts and other educational programs. For tickets and information: FloridaOrchestra.org. The Florida Orchestra is a non-profit 501(c)3 that has earned a 100% score and Four-Star Rating from Charity Navigator; EIN: 59-1223691 CH#1830. To learn more how you can support the power of music in building community, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org To donate now: FloridaOrchestra.org/donate