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WSMR Broadcast: June 11, 7 pm
Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4
To find out how to listen to the next TFO broadcast on WSMR, watch Michael Francis’ Pre-concert Conversations, and hear rebroadcasts of past performances, click here.
TFO posts 100 free videos in TFO at Home series
We’ve hit 100 videos! That’s how many performance and education videos we’ve posted in our TFO at Home series since mid-March, when we vowed to keep the music going. All free. Read more here.
How the arts became essential in a pandemic world
Has the pandemic doomed orchestras and the arts, especially in the schools? No way. Not if we’re creative. A unique view from a TFO Teaching Artist during Teacher Appreciation Week. Read more on the blog.
Suffrage song gets new life through technology
Daniel Black found inspiration in his great-grandmother for his arrangement of Daughters of Freedom. Learn more about how the video was created, today on the blog.
The Florida Orchestra Shares Virtual Concerts
Inspired by the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote, The Florida Orchestra and The Master Chorale of Tampa Bay […]Full Story
The Music Isn’t Stopping For The Florida Orchestra
Francis, TFO’s music director, shared his thoughts with Tampa Mayor Jane Castor during a Facebook Live interview last week.Full Story
How does he do it? Daniel Black on those Florida Orchestra videos
Our choice for TFO MVP – The Florida Orchestra’s Most Valuable Player – is associate conductor Daniel Black.Full Story
Music Director Michael Francis is your guide on a journey from darkness to light, starting with the work that shocked the world: Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. The broadcast finishes in a blaze of glory and optimism with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5. https://youtu.be/NHZUfm0W4oA