Space Coast Symphony Orchestra Returns Friday and Saturday to Perform Concert of Popular Classical Works

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The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra returns this Friday and Saturday to perform a concert of popular classical works picked by you. The “Symphony for Everyone” moniker takes on a different meaning when the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra presents a drive-up program crafted by its audience: Fan Favorites Redux will be presented at 7 p.m. on Friday, September 11 in Vero Beach and Saturday, September 12 in Viera. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra returns this Friday and Saturday to perform a concert of popular classical works picked by you.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

The “Symphony for Everyone” moniker takes on a different meaning when the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra presents a drive-up program crafted by its audience: Fan Favorites Redux will be presented at 7 p.m. on Friday, September 11 in Vero Beach and Saturday, September 12 in Viera.

We haven’t performed classical fare since February, so we are beyond thrilled to perform these concerts for you! You will hear popular works by Gershwin, Ravel, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Rossini, Beethoven and more.

SCSO Principal Trombonist, Alexis Regazzi is the featured soloist for the virtuosic showpiece, “Blue Bells of Scotland.” Andrew Cleaver will provide the comic play-by-play narration during the PDQ Bach version of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5.

SCSO Principal Trombonist, Alexis Regazzi is the featured soloist for the virtuosic showpiece, “Blue Bells of Scotland.” Andrew Cleaver will provide the comic play-by-play narration during the PDQ Bach version of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

You’ll also hear Comedians Galop, Marriage of Figaro Overture, Barber of Seville, Finale from “1812 Overture,” Porgy and Bess, Sabre Dance, Bolero, Danzon No. 2, and Danse Bacchanale, from “Samson et Dalila.”

“Our audience has great taste and I know the musicians cherish the opportunity to sink their teeth into these fun and exciting pieces,” said Aaron Collins, artistic director and conductor of the SCSO.

“It’s certainly unique to let our fans program an entire concert. Please come to support these amazing musicians. So much work goes into these drive-in concerts and it means the world to us to share this with our community.”

For the drive-in concerts, musicians perform safely distanced from each other, while concert attendees are invited to set up their own seating next to their vehicles. Concert-goers may also remain in their cars and tune their radios to a live feed of the music.

Through the end of the year, all Treasure Coast drive-up concerts will be performed at Pathway Church, 1105 58th Avenue in Vero Beach. Space Coast drive-up concerts will be performed at the east end of The Avenue Viera, 2261 Town Center Avenue in Melbourne.

Admission is free for ages 18 and under or with a student ID. Advance online ticket sales are encouraged, to help limit social interaction with parking attendants.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

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