The Symphonia, South Florida’s Premier Chamber Orchestra, will have its third live concert of the season, on Sunday, May 2 at 2 p.m., followed by a second performance at 5 p.m. at the Grand Oasis Ballroom of the Boca Raton Marriott.
The Symphonia is recognized as the region’s premier chamber orchestra, providing classical music for the enjoyment and benefit of the South Florida community. The Symphonia’s performances and educational outreach programs feature nationally and internationally acclaimed conductors and soloists, enhancing the cultural lives of area residents, with special emphasis on its younger citizens. Some examples include, “Let the Trumpet Sound,” led by Principal Conductor, Maestro Alastair Willis, will include a 60-minute performance, without intermission, featuring soloist Jeffrey Kaye, Principal Trumpet.
A reduced-sized orchestra will perform, enabling the musicians to socially distance on the stage. Also, guest seating will be spatially distanced, per recommended CDC guidelines, and masks will be required for both musicians and guests.
“Like every performing artist, our musicians are eager to get back on stage and perform,” said Annabel Russell, The Symphonia’s Executive Director. “We are still prioritizing safety, of course, and have taken many measures to ensure our guests and our musicians have a spatially-safe, yet thoroughly enjoyable experience.”
The trumpet will feature a bell cover during the performance to adhere with COVID safety standards.
While those who have already subscribed for the season will be given first opportunity for seats, The Symphonia added the second performance to enable participation from the general public. Ticket prices are $75 per person. To purchase tickets, call 561-376-3848 or email@example.com and seating will be assigned and guests coming together will sit in their own bubble that will be socially distanced accordingly. @thesymphonia