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  • Biggest orchestra ever opens Orlando Philharmonic season

     
    The Orlando Philharmonic is pulling out all the stops for its season opener. Contemplate this line-up: Four flutes, who all play piccolo, four oboes with English horn, five clarinets of several varieties, four bassoons including contrabassoon, 10 horns,...
  • Orlando Philharmonic offers ‘Resurrection Symphony’ on Saturday

     
    Here's an early look at the music-page spotlight in this Friday's Calendar section of the Sentinel: WHAT: The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra says Saturday’s season-opener concert will feature the biggest orchestra it has ever assembled. And along with.....
  • ‘Resurrection Symphony’ is ‘once-in-a-lifetime chance’ for UCF choir

     
    Here's a story sent from the University of Central Florida on its choir's participation in Saturday's “Resurrection Symphony” concert with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra: After the lights dim on the Bob Carr stage this weekend, 113...
  • Concert review: Orlando Philharmonic’s ‘Resurrection Symphony’

     
    Here's the review of Saturday night's “Resurrection Symphony” program from the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra by my colleague Scott Warfield: In case you have not yet heard, the recession is over, and what better proof than the Orlando...
  • Wednesday's Highlights: “Modern Family” on ABC

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 24 - 30 in PDF format Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here This week's TV Movies BATTY: Gloria (Sofia Vergara) gets into the Halloween spirit in a......
  • Fest kicks off with showcase of favorites

    Sure, Millennium Park is filled with delights for the eye. But music, let's not forget, is the reason the Jay Pritzker Pavilion was built. The Chicago Park District and Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs want folks to enjoy as much good music as...