TFO’s 2021/2022 Season Announced!

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Season tickets for all series on sale now. Single tickets on sale August 16.

Dates, programs, artists and venues are subject to change. All sales final. Sorry, no refunds.

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The Florida Orchestra has announced a full schedule of epic symphonies and beloved concertos featuring world-class soloists as the 2021/22 season expands to venues across Tampa Bay in the fall.

Music Director Michael Francis will welcome back full audiences in September with two powerhouse works in one concert, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, in the Tampa Bay Times Masterworks series, kicking off a season-long journey through monumental masterpieces such as Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with its glorious Ode to Joy, Mahler’s Symphony No. 5, Mozart’s Requiem and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5.

TFO’s 54th season will bring internationally renowned soloists to Tampa Bay stages, including classical guitar superstar Milos, and feature popular concerts that range from the Music of Star Wars to the cinematic America’s Wonders and the cutting-edge Fly Dance Company.

“I am so proud of how The Florida Orchestra has kept concerts going, because our Tampa Bay community has never needed live music more than now. But for next season, I cannot wait to bring back the glorious power of a symphony at full force. Experiencing such extraordinary music together makes us stronger as we move forward with optimism and hope,” said Maestro Francis, entering his seventh season leading TFO.