Daniel Black, conductor
On July 20, 1969, humans walked on the moon for the first time. Join the entire Florida Orchestra for an afternoon of family activities and a concert to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic moment. Featuring stunning footage from the lunar surface, the concert explores space travel and music about the skies with “Jupiter” from Holst’s The Planets, selections from E.T. by John Williams and much more. The concert also includes introductions to the instrument families of the orchestra.
Concert run time: 45 minutes
1 pm: Instrument Petting Zoo and lobby activities
(Petting Zoo sponsored by the North Suncoast Associates)
$8 per person in advance/$10 at the door
Ages 3 and under free
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