Maestro Michael Francis opens the season in a big way with the most famous four notes in music, plus Vivaldi’s most enduring work, featuring Concertmaster Jeffrey Multer. “As we emerge from this crisis, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is really the only piece that could open the season, because it so perfectly embodies our journey from darkness to light. This is a time of rejuvenation, and what better than Vivaldi’s Four Seasons to take us out of winter and into the new spring of life,” said Maestro Francis. An exciting new work called a la fenestra by Tampa native Michael Ippolito opens the concert with a world premiere.
PRE-CONCERT CONVERSATIONS: Get the real story behind the composers and their music, straight from the conductor and guest soloists. Starts one hour before each Masterworks concert in the theater. Included free with each concert ticket. Sponsored by Smith & Associates Real Estate