These Are the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra Concerts You Won’t Want To Miss

By  //  October 23, 2019

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presents a whole host of family-friendly performances

Space Coast Symphony Orchestra presents a whole host of family-friendly performances.

Space Coast Symphony Orchestra presents a whole host of family-friendly performances. 

The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra has announced a talented line-up for its end of year concert series. Organisers of the The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra are following the successful performance by acclaimed pianist and composer Frederic Voorn with several musical events. 

Amsterdam-based pianist Frederic Voorn took a break from working on an opera about Sergei Diaghilev to play a chamber program of works from Mozart and Chopin, as well as his own works, at Vero Beach’s First Presbyterian Church in October.

The performance received acclaim from the music experts at Adviesjagers.nl, as well as the packed audience. Missed Frederic Voorn perform alongside musicians from around Central Florida? Here’s all the best upcoming concerts you’ll want to add to your diary.

A Grand Night Of Opera

Watch The Space Coast Divas perform all your opera favorites at Indialantic’s Eastminster Presbyterian Church on November 23rd. Comprising American soprano Mary Anne Kruger and world-renowned voice teacher Margaret Harshaw, the duo come together to showcase the works of master composers such as Puccini, Verdi, Bellini and Gounod.

The Brevard County natives are performing the concert for free, but a donation of $20 is recommended.

Messiah Sing-A-Long

For Central Florida’s “ultimate Christmas concert,” head to the Evangelist Catholic Community Church in Melbourne on December 6th. Space Coast Symphony unites with conductor Beth Green and the Indialantic Chamber Singers for the 12th Annual Messiah Sing-Along.

This unique collaboration will perform all your holiday favorites, followed by a sing-along performance of Messiah, which is George Friedrich Handel’s iconic Christmas oratorio. All area singers are welcome to come along to join in, and the audience can choose to sing or simply listen to this Christmas performance. 

Duke Ellington’s Nutcracker & A New Orleans Christmas

There’s nothing like enjoying Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker during the festive season, and this reimagined jazz rendition by the Space Coast Symphony Jazz Orchestra, Jazz Director Frank Wosar, Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn offers a New Orleans twist on a holiday classic.

Expect the ‘The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy’ to become the swinging “Sugar Rum Cherry,” and the renowned “Waltz of the Flowers” to be reworked into the toe-tapping ‘Dance of the Floreadores.’ It runs from the December 14th to 15th at The Scott Center For Performing Arts in Melbourne. 

Stars Sing Broadway 

Start 2020 off in style and watch an all-star cast sing Broadway favorites on January 4th and 5th at Melbourne’s The Scott Center For the Performing Arts.

Broadway superstar Michelle Knight, tenor Kit Cleto, baritone Stephen Mumbert and mezzo soprano Sarah Purser headline all your favorites from the likes of Andrew Lloyd Webber.

With performances of ‘Defying Gravity’ and ‘Impossible Dream,’ it’s a must-see for every musical theater fan.

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