The Brevard Symphony Orchestra Season Begins October 15 | Culture & Leisure

BREVARD COUNTY – Launching its 69th season, the Brevard Symphony Orchestra launches its Signature Six series on Saturday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. with Song & Dance at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne. Tickets go on sale to the public Monday, September 12 through KingCenter.com and season passes can be purchased anytime by calling the BSO office at (321) 345-5052.

The King Center’s resident orchestra, the Brevard Symphony is led by Music Director Christopher Confessore, who has spent more than 28 years at the helm. The 2022-23 season, titled “Bright Lights, Big Music,” is the first in more than two years to have no COVID regulations for musicians or audience requirements. Something Maestro Confessore notes inspired the theme. “We are thrilled to be back in BIG this season! Sharing space with our audience during concerts is such an electric and unrepeatable experience, and we are thrilled to be back with the best audiences in our King Center home and performing for another season at the beautiful L3Harris Technologies Theater. . We really wanted to bring that great energy to the stage with a slate of gigs that celebrate the vastness of music’s reach and the impact it has on everything we do.

Song & Danceoffers “an opening night program that will have you toe tapping and humming. Popular favorites by Bizet, Falla, Copland, Sondheim and Puccini are featured, along with a guest appearance from the Brevard Community Chorus singing music by Brahms. Music fans of all ages can enjoy BSO concerts, as Maestro Confessore is known for including contemporary favorites (like the music of Stephen Sondheim) in many of their performances throughout the year. Mr. Confessore is also a POPS conductor for the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, as well as the must-see Candlelight Processional at EPCOT. The annual free BSO Symphony under the stars concert in partnership with the City of Cocoa featured music from Disney classics like The Incredibles sprinkled between patriotic favorites. Later this season, the February concert comedy tonight will present the music of The pink Pantherfrom Sondheim comedy tonightand the music of Calm your enthusiasmHBO’s recent hit series from Seinfeld designer Larry David.

The BSO’s 2022-23 season includes its Signature Series Six, which are evening concerts held at the King Center. But the first verses need not worry – the BSO also presents a series of three matinee concerts, with their January, February and March concerts being offered at 2 p.m. on the Saturday of each of the evening concerts. The second concert of the season will take place on November 12 and will feature BSO trumpeter Tom Macklin.

For complete season information, including how to purchase Build-Your-Own subscriptions and Matinee Series subscriptions, visit BrevardSymphony.com. Tickets for all concerts are available for purchase beginning September 12, through the King Center website, and all related policies and protocols, including the King Center’s updated bag policy, must be adhered to. .

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