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An Intimate Collaboration: Season IV

The Florida Orchestra at The Studio@620

The Florida Orchestra and The Studio@620 present the fourth season of "An Intimate Collaboration" beginning on Wednesday January 23, 2013.

Each performance in the series will include musical and theatrical elements connected by a common theme.  All events begin at 7:00 PM at The Studio@620, doors open at 6:20 PM.  Reservations are accepted by phone at 727-895-6620 as seating is limited.  Suggested donation of $10 payable at the door. This series has grown to be fantastically popular so please don't wait to reserve your space!

January 23, 2013 "All The World's A Stage"  

This event is a prelude to The Florida Orchestra’s Masterworks concert Tchaikovsky’s Romeo & Juliet on January 25, 26 and 27, in a premiere collaboration with American Stage and guest conductor Andrew Grams, on a program highlighting scenes from Shakespeare paired with music by Tchaikovsky: The Tempest and Hamlet overtures and Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy.

Expect the unexpected and capture the fun of the Shakespeare Festival in St. Petersburg with An Intimate Collaboration: All The World’s A Stage, showcasing the era of William Shakespeare in song, dance, theatre and conversation.  Guest artists include vocalists from the USF Chamber Singers, with piano accompaniment by Jack Rain.  The program also includes Baroque ballet with Luisa Meshekoff dancing to Les Folies d’Espagne by Marin Marais accompanied by TFO musician Lew Sligh, flute.  Paul Wilborn and Eugenie Bondurant join host Bob Devin Jones in recitation of Shakespeare’s sonnets and monologues.  Don’t be fooled by Ward Smith as “Feste” – doors open at 6:20 pm.


February 20, 2013 "Hidden Gems"
March 7, 2013 "Harlem Renaissance"     

May 15, 2013"Romantic Revival"  





Special thanks to local artist Coralette Damme and Phillip Gary Design for collaborating and creating the graphic artwork which was used to promote this series.







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