Remembering the Night of Broken Glass through music 1

Remembering the Night of Broken Glass through music

On Nov. 9, 1938, the Nazis unleashed a wave of pogroms, state-sponsored terrorism, against the Jews in Germany and Austria. Within a few short hours, thousands of synagogues, Jewish businesses and homes were damaged or destroyed.

TFO’s Quilting Violinist, Linda Simon Hall 3

TFO’s Quilting Violinist, Linda Simon Hall

This weekend The Florida Orchestra’s “Quilting Violinist,” Linda Simon Hall, will be a celebrity judge at a quilt show put on by the Peacemakers Quilt Guild of Brandon. It’s aptly themed “A Symphony of Colors.”

TFO’s first-ever Pride Weekend! Why now? 5

TFO’s first-ever Pride Weekend! Why now?

This week is The Florida Orchestra’s first-ever Pride Weekend, celebrating Tampa Bay’s vibrant LGBTQ community with the music of Bernstein’s Broadway (Oct. 5-6), conducted by Michael Francis.

Revamped Family Concerts start this weekend 7

Revamped Family Concerts start this weekend

Starting this weekend, The Florida Orchestra is amping up its kid-sized Family Concerts by joining forces with other Tampa Bay organizations that cater to children.