It’s not easy to write a 3-minute fanfare. Just ask Stuart Malina

For Stuart Malina, Common Fanfare for an Uncommon Orchestra was uncommonly difficult to compose. In fact, it almost never happened at all.

Musicians collect toys and more for families – you can help

For the third year in a row, The Florida Orchestra musicians are collecting toys and other items for Tampa Bay families in need.

Jeffrey Multer goes for the magic zone with Bruch’s Violin Concerto

A pair of natural wonders of the classical music world come to life this weekend when The Florida Orchestra performs the most popular works of Max Bruch and Franz Schubert, featuring Concertmaster Jeffrey Multer.

Playing side-by-side with TFO: Where are they now?

We are barely into the second month of our 50th anniversary season, but The Florida Orchestra has already performed “side-by-side” with 275 students – enough musicians to create four orchestras. As TFO’s community engagement manager, I help make these experiences happen, but do they make a difference to students?