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Earth to Boca!

The Symphonia has created a unique event, EARTH TO BOCA!, designed to draw attention through extraordinary music, accompanied by film, to some of the dedicated local environmental organizations who are working so hard on behalf of our South Florida Community.

EARTH

Led by Principal Conductor, Alastair Willis, this concert will take in all the wonders of the Earth. Beginning at Fingal’s Cave off the west coast of Scotland with Mendelssohn’s evocative Hebrides Overture, we’ll continue with a mesmerizing visit to Syria with internationally renowned clarinetist and composer Kinan Azmeh, and conclude with Terra Nostra, an award-winning multimedia symphony by Christophe Chagnard that combines stunning visuals with the power of symphonic music and explores the impact and challenges of climate change.

WIND

Our longtime friend and concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra David Kim will lead The Symphonia performing Jessie Montgomery’s lively Voodoo Dolls, two melodious works by Mozart, and the virtuosic Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla.

WATER

Principal Conductor Alastair Willis closes the season with Ethel Smyth’s overture to The Wreckers - a wildly romantic, stirring image of the sea and pirates; DiLorenzo’s Jabberwocky which is based on the nonsensical poem by Lewis Carroll and Beethoven’s glorious Pastoral Symphony.

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Conducting concerts with the talented musicians and friends in the Symphonia is something I always look forward to in my season.

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The Boca Raton
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Culture Builds Florida
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