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University of Florida Symphony Orchestra

Beethoven Symphony No. 9

Dr. Raymond Chobaz, Conductor
Thursday, October 7, 2021 at 7:30 pm
Orchestra Rows A-P | $40
Mezzanine | $40
Lower Boxes | $40
Orchestra Rows Q-Z | $30
Upper Boxes | $30
Balcony | $20
UF students | $10
*Please note: Dates, times, and venues subject to change.
Sponsored by :  The Independent Florida Alligator

Considered one of the finest achievements in the history of Western music, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 could be described as something of a sonic miracle. One needs to see and hear this performed live to even begin to understand its power.

We are ecstatic to bring Beethoven’s 9th, along with two other dynamite pieces, to our stage in collaboration with the UF School of Music. Prepare for an evening sure to be as towering as this historic composition, boasting a full orchestra, chorus, and four internationally known soloists in addition to the Gainesville Master Chorale and UF School of Music faculty Paul Richards, Jasmin Arakawa, Raymond Chobaz, and Will Kesling.

PROGRAM
Return the Echo — Paul Richards
Choral Fantasy — Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony No. 9 — Ludwig van Beethoven

SOLOISTS
Jasmin Arakawa, Piano
Daryl Freedman, Mezzo-Soprano
Cooper Nolan, Tenor
Lori Guilbeau, Soprano
Mark Schnaible, Bass-Baritone

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