Due to Hurricane Ian, The Florida Orchestra is postponing our 55th Celebration benefit concert featuring Itzhak Perlman scheduled for this Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Mahaffey Theater.

Like everyone, we have been monitoring this storm closely, and we believe this is the best decision for the safety of everyone, now and after the storm.

The concert, which features Perlman’s favorite film music under the baton of Michael Francis, will be rescheduled for later this year, and all patrons should hang on to their tickets. Details will be announced when available. The benefit concert supports TFO’s artistic initiatives and education programs all year long.

TFO Ticket Center closed: The orchestra’s Ticket Center and administrative offices, located in the St. Petersburg College building downtown, are closed now and will remain closed until it is safe to reopen. Please check the website for updates when possible.

From all of us at The Florida Orchestra, please stay safe as this dangerous storm approaches.

Program

Alfred Newman
Twentieth-century Fox Fanfare

Erich Korngold
Captain Blood Overture ♫

Pietro Mascagni
Intermezzo Sinfonico from Cavalleria rusticana

Paul Dukas
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Herman Hupfeld
(arr. John Williams)
“As Time Goes By” from Casablanca

Ennio Morricone
(arr. Angela Morley)
Love Theme from Cinema Paradiso

John Williams
Theme from Far and Away

 

John Barry
(arr. Angela Morley)
Out of Africa: Main Title

Erich Korngold
(arr. John Williams)
Marian’s Theme from Robin Hood

John Williams
(arr. Angela Morley)
Theme from Sabrina

John Williams
Theme from Schindler’s List

Carlos Gardel
(arr. John Williams)
Tango (Por Una Cabeza) from Scent of a Woman

♫ Overture to Captain Blood by Erich Korngold is presented under license from G. Schirmer, Inc and Associated Music Publishers, copyright owners.

Performance

Sat, Oct 1, 8 pm
Mahaffey Theater

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