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An Intimate Collaboration II: The World We Live In

The Florida Orchestra at The Studio@620

TThe Florida Orchestra and The Studio@620 present the season finale of “An Intimate Collaboration II: Much Ado About Nothing”, a seriesof entertaining and sparkling multi-disciplined “happenings,” on Wednesday, May 25, from 7pm to 9pm at Studio@620. Thisevent is a prelude to The Florida Orchestra’s Masterworks concert Brahms’ Violin Concerto on May 27 and 28, featuring violinist Augustin Hadelichand guest conductor Larry Rachleffon a program withBarber's Adagio for Strings, Berlioz’ Beatrice et Benedict: Overture, and Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite.

This Intimate Collaboration program includes a salute to Samuel Barber in a performance of his  Mélodies passagères, Op. 27 (“passing melodies”) - a setting of French art-style songs set to text by Rainer Maria Rilke; transcribed for flute and piano. The featured artist is TFO principal flute Clay Ellerbroek with piano accompaniment by Alfred Gratta. The program alsoincludes Igor Stravinsky’s Three Pieces for String Quartet (1914) which will highlight two other TFO musicians - Virginia Respess, violin and Sasha von Dassow, violoncello. Join us as we explore music of the 20th century and dabble in Shakespeare with a scene from “Much Ado About Nothing”.

Reservations are accepted by phone at 727-895-6620 as seating is limited.

Suggested donation of $10 is payable at the door.

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