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How fast 250 years goes by, and today everybody’s going nuts over the anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. If you haven’t […]
With bold colors and funky puppets inspired by a dream, Tampa City Ballet breathes new life into Stravinsky’s Pulcinella this weekend at our concerts, along with vocalists and paintings by Geff Strik. Find out more about this showstopper today on the TFO Blog.
Everybody wins when arts organizations join forces. Learn more about the artists and their work that inspired a series of TFO performances, in a special guest article by the Museum of Fine Arts’ Margaret Murray. Today on the TFO Blog.
When top arts organizations put their creative talents together, the results are spectacular. Find out how TFO’s partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts inspired not only a series of visual concerts, but new art as well. Today on the TFO Blog.
Our Woodson Concert Series of chamber music is back! Before you go, get to know the stories behind composers Astor Piazzolla, William Grant Still and Valerie Coleman, along with music links, today on the TFO Blog.
By Daryn Bauer TFO Community Engagement Manager As we perform our annual Youth Concerts, it’s hard to know what fourth […]
When Michael Francis, The Florida Orchestra and The Master Chorale of Tampa Bay team up for their production of Handel’s […]
Principal Clarinet Natalie Hoe will perform Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto on a Masterworks concert for the first time this weekend. No pressure! Find out her secret to the sublime work as well as her nerves, today on the TFO Blog.
Get a fresh take on Tchaikovsky’s seriously underrated Symphony No. 1 and the rest of this weekend’s concert straight from the conductor, Daniel Black – his debut on our Masterworks series.
Today, nearly 30 years later, Hubble continues to inspire, and not just scientists – but artists, writers and musicians. Eric Whitacre is one of them. The Grammy-winning composer is a certified space nerd and delighted in creating a score to accompany a visual mosaic of Hubble images from far, far away.