VIDEO: Space Coast Symphony Set To Open Season With Big Stage, Screen Hits of Last 70 Years

By  //  June 8, 2017

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will open its 2017-18 musical season with a presentation of the biggest stage and screen hits of the last 70 years.

A sparkling program of Broadway Showstoppers will be featured at 7:00 p.n. on Saturday, June 17 at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 18 at the Community Church of Vero Beach.

Led by conductor Aaron T. Collins, the SCSO will perform hit after hit from Broadway’s storied past and present, featuring show tunes from Guys and Dolls, Les Miserables, Grease, Phantom of the Opera, Oklahoma, West Side Story, Evita, Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar, Chicago, and more.

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ABOVE VIDEO: The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Aaron Collins, performs music from the movie “Aliens” during tribute to the late composer James Horner.

The concert is free for those aged 18 and under or with a student ID.

An assortment of healthful snacks by Titusville Organics will be available for sale to concert-goers.

Space Coast Symphony Orchestra Conductor and Artistic Director, Aaron T. Collins, has no doubts about the popularity of the musical fare.

“We have chosen some of the very best music ever written for Broadway for this concert,” said Collins. “Some of the pieces are a half-century old, but still as fresh and enjoyable as the day they were written.”

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