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Michael W. Smith

10 Friday Concerts at 11:00 am Michael Krajewski, conductor Byron Stripling, guest artist OCTOBER 14

With an impressive roster that includes three popular Christmas albums, Michael W. Smith is well-known for being one of the most acclaimed contemporary Christian artists in recent years. His heartwarming performance of holiday favorites is sure to delight the whole family.

Music and Dance Michael Butterman, conductor Guest dancers from Jacksonville University and Douglas Anderson School of the Arts

DECEMBER 9

Holiday Pops Michael Butterman, conductor Benjamin Brecker, tenor

JANUARY 13

Broadway to Hollywood

3 0 0 W A T E R S T R E E T, S T E . 2 0 0 JACKSONVILLE, FL 32202

A Tribute to Satchmo

JACKSONVILLE SY MPHONY ORCHESTRA

SEPTEMBER 30

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2011 AT 8:00 PM

JACKSONVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Time-Dated Material - Do Not Delay!

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Special Events

JACKSONVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

2011-

2012

Steven Reineke, conductor Ashley Brown, soprano Ryan Silverman, tenor JANUARY 27

Mozart Celebration

Ballroom with a Twist

Fabio Mechetti, conductor FEBRUARY 17

Sponsored by The DuBow Family Foundation

If you like Dancing with the Stars, you’ll love this show! Choreographed by DWTS’ own Louis van Amstel, this evening features dance pros Alec Mazo & Edyta Sliwinska. Experience stunning costumes, magnificent music and breathtaking performances.

Canadian Brass Fabio Mechetti, conductor

MARCH 23

Bond and Beyond Michael Krajewski, conductor Debbie Gravitte, vocalist

APRIL 13

The Life and Times of Beethoven Michael Butterman, conductor

JUNE 1

Beethoven’s Fifth Michael Butterman, conductor Alon Goldstein, piano

Cirque de la Symphonie

at Robert E. Jacoby Symphony Hall

Cirque de la Symphonie FREE when you subscribe

FREE

to the Pops Series

2011-2012 MAYO CLINIC COFFEE SERIES TICKET PRICES

TIMES-UNION CENTER

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SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 2012 AT 8:00 PM

Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 Fabio Mechetti, conductor RITZ Chamber Players 10th Anniversary

FEBRUARY 24

2011-2

SPECIAL EVENTS TICKET PRICES Michael W. Smith

Ballroom with a Twist

$75

––––

1

$57

$58

AREA

2

$47

$42

AREA

3

$37

$32

AREA

4

$27

$25

AREA

1

$200

AREA

2

$160

PIT

AREA

3

$120

AREA

6-Concert Flex Pack Choose any six Coffee Series concerts for $132. Artists, programs and dates are subject to change.

PLUS A Tribute to Satchmo Broadway to Hollywood Canadian Brass Bond and Beyond and more! TIMES-UNION CENTER

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when you subscribe to the Pops Series FABIO MECHETTI

MUSIC DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL CONDUCTOR HASKELL ENDOWED CHAIR

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FABIO MECHETTI, MUSIC DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL CONDUCTOR

20 1 1 -20 1 2

HASKELL ENDOWED CHAIR

at Rober t E. Jacoby Symphony Hall

8 Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 pm

Michael Krajewski, Principal Pops Conductor

SEPTEMBER 30 AND OCTOBER 1

DECEMBER 9 AND 10

MARCH 23 AND 24

How to Order

A Tribute to Satchmo

Holiday Pops

Bond & Beyond

Michael Krajewski, conductor Byron Stripling, guest artist

Michael Butterman, conductor Benjamin Brecker, tenor Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Chorus Special guest artists from DASOTA

Michael Krajewski, conductor Debbie Gravitte, vocalist

Phone: 904-354-5547 Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mail: Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, 300 Water Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, FL 32202 Fax: 904-354-9238 Groups: 904-356-0426. Groups of 10 or more receive a 15% discount off single ticket purchases. Concert Updates: Visit jaxsymphony.org and sign up for SoundBytes, our email newsletter. You’ll receive insider information on concerts, guest artists, educational programs and community activities.

Sponsored by Regency Centers along with Joannie & Russell Newton and Brooke & Hap Stein

He gave jazz its swing. This special tribute to Louis Armstrong features the blazing brass of Byron Stripling playing tunes like “Sweet Georgia Brown,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’” and “St. Louis Blues.” The swagger of Satchmo, with a Bourbon Street beat!

Sponsored by Stein Mart

It’s Jacksonville’s favorite holiday musical tradition. A Yuletide spectacular of sparkling holiday favorites, carols, and sing-alongs, all accompanied by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra with chorus and special guests!

An espionage homage … of the highest caliber! Goldfinger, From Russia With Love and others including Mission Impossible and Austin Powers. Featuring Broadway’s Debbie Gravitte. It’ll leave you shaken and stirred!

Start Here. You can use this worksheet to help you place your order. Name Address

APRIL 27 AND 28 City

Cirque de la Symphonie

Phone: Day (

State )

Evening (

Zip

)

Michael Krajewski, conductor e-mail*

OCTOBER 21 AND 22

JANUARY 13 AND 14

Sponsored in Honor of City Rescue Mission

The 1950’s: The Golden Age of Black & White

Broadway to Hollywood

Their last appearance left Cirq Jacksonville audiences u S ympe de la cheering. Now Cirque de la honi Symphonie returns with an e F R E when E y o u all new show! Aerial to th s e Po ubscribe ps S eries acrobats literally “drop” into Jacoby Hall. Each gravitydefying feat choreographed to live music by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. Acrobats – aerialists – contortionists – strongmen – jugglers. All performing above and around the Orchestra. Dazzling the eye AND the ear.

Stuart Chafetz, conductor Chapter Six, vocal sextet Karen Murphy, vocalist Farah Alvin, vocalist Don’t touch that dial! Flash back to the fabulous fifties with favorite themes from the shows of this magical decade, plus the biggest “Your Hit Parade” favorites. Shake, rattle and roll!

*May be used for JSO marketing purposes. JSO will not share your e-mail address with any outside organizations.

Steven Reineke, conductor Ashley Brown, soprano Ryan Silverman, tenor From the Great White Way to the glitter of Tinseltown, the Jacksonville Symphony presents the biggest showstoppers … from the hottest blockbusters! Wicked, Jersey Boys, Singin’ in the Rain, Star Wars – and more!

FEBRUARY 24 AND 25 NOVEMBER 11 AND 12

Celebrate America Michael Krajewski, conductor Soldiers’ Chorus of the United States Army Field Band, guest artist It’s been called the greatest military chorus in the world. The Jacksonville Symphony welcomes the stirring Soldiers’ Chorus of the United States Army Field Band and conductor Michael Krajewski. “God Bless America” and more!

Canadian Brass

Select Your Seats PREFERRED SEATING SECTION

PRICE PER SEAT

TOTAL

POPS SERIES

x

= $

MICHAEL W. SMITH

x

= $

BALLROOM W/A TWIST

x

= $

COFFEE SERIES

x

= $ Order Subtotal

Optional Subscriber Parking ($20) By adding a gift to the Jacksonville Symphony in this subscription order, you help support our extensive educational programs for the upcoming season. Your tax deductible contribution helps our orchestra make a significant impression on thousands of tomorrow’s leaders and shapes our cultural future.

Fabio Mechetti, conductor

Indicate Method of Payment

Canadian Brass blows into Jacoby Hall for a delightful evening of music for the whole family. Baroque favorites, light classics, and hot pops. Gershwin, Beatles charttoppers and more … all with the Canadian Brass’ unique blend of verve, virtuosity and fun!

Pay by credit card:

Call 904-354-5547 Today for the Best Seats. Deadline is May 31.

NO. OF SEATS

VISA

Card #

MasterCard

Contribution Handling Fee GRAND TOTAL

American Express Exp. Date

Name as it appears on card Signature Enclosing check made payable to Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.

$5.00


Ticket Order Form JAC KS O N V I L L E SY M P H O N Y O R C H EST RA

Subscribe Today and Save! Deadline is May 31.

FABIO MECHETTI, MUSIC DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL CONDUCTOR

20 1 1 -20 1 2

HASKELL ENDOWED CHAIR

at Rober t E. Jacoby Symphony Hall

8 Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 pm

Michael Krajewski, Principal Pops Conductor

SEPTEMBER 30 AND OCTOBER 1

DECEMBER 9 AND 10

MARCH 23 AND 24

How to Order

A Tribute to Satchmo

Holiday Pops

Bond & Beyond

Michael Krajewski, conductor Byron Stripling, guest artist

Michael Butterman, conductor Benjamin Brecker, tenor Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Chorus Special guest artists from DASOTA

Michael Krajewski, conductor Debbie Gravitte, vocalist

Phone: 904-354-5547 Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mail: Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, 300 Water Street, Suite 200, Jacksonville, FL 32202 Fax: 904-354-9238 Groups: 904-356-0426. Groups of 10 or more receive a 15% discount off single ticket purchases. Concert Updates: Visit jaxsymphony.org and sign up for SoundBytes, our email newsletter. You’ll receive insider information on concerts, guest artists, educational programs and community activities.

Sponsored by Regency Centers along with Joannie & Russell Newton and Brooke & Hap Stein

He gave jazz its swing. This special tribute to Louis Armstrong features the blazing brass of Byron Stripling playing tunes like “Sweet Georgia Brown,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’” and “St. Louis Blues.” The swagger of Satchmo, with a Bourbon Street beat!

Sponsored by Stein Mart

It’s Jacksonville’s favorite holiday musical tradition. A Yuletide spectacular of sparkling holiday favorites, carols, and sing-alongs, all accompanied by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra with chorus and special guests!

An espionage homage … of the highest caliber! Goldfinger, From Russia With Love and others including Mission Impossible and Austin Powers. Featuring Broadway’s Debbie Gravitte. It’ll leave you shaken and stirred!

Start Here. You can use this worksheet to help you place your order. Name Address

APRIL 27 AND 28 City

Cirque de la Symphonie

Phone: Day (

State )

Evening (

Zip

)

Michael Krajewski, conductor e-mail*

OCTOBER 21 AND 22

JANUARY 13 AND 14

Sponsored in Honor of City Rescue Mission

The 1950’s: The Golden Age of Black & White

Broadway to Hollywood

Their last appearance left Cirq Jacksonville audiences u S ympe de la cheering. Now Cirque de la honi Symphonie returns with an e F R E when E y o u all new show! Aerial to th s e Po ubscribe ps S eries acrobats literally “drop” into Jacoby Hall. Each gravitydefying feat choreographed to live music by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra. Acrobats – aerialists – contortionists – strongmen – jugglers. All performing above and around the Orchestra. Dazzling the eye AND the ear.

Stuart Chafetz, conductor Chapter Six, vocal sextet Karen Murphy, vocalist Farah Alvin, vocalist Don’t touch that dial! Flash back to the fabulous fifties with favorite themes from the shows of this magical decade, plus the biggest “Your Hit Parade” favorites. Shake, rattle and roll!

*May be used for JSO marketing purposes. JSO will not share your e-mail address with any outside organizations.

Steven Reineke, conductor Ashley Brown, soprano Ryan Silverman, tenor From the Great White Way to the glitter of Tinseltown, the Jacksonville Symphony presents the biggest showstoppers … from the hottest blockbusters! Wicked, Jersey Boys, Singin’ in the Rain, Star Wars – and more!

FEBRUARY 24 AND 25 NOVEMBER 11 AND 12

Celebrate America Michael Krajewski, conductor Soldiers’ Chorus of the United States Army Field Band, guest artist It’s been called the greatest military chorus in the world. The Jacksonville Symphony welcomes the stirring Soldiers’ Chorus of the United States Army Field Band and conductor Michael Krajewski. “God Bless America” and more!

Canadian Brass

Select Your Seats PREFERRED SEATING SECTION

PRICE PER SEAT

TOTAL

POPS SERIES

x

= $

MICHAEL W. SMITH

x

= $

BALLROOM W/A TWIST

x

= $

COFFEE SERIES

x

= $ Order Subtotal

Optional Subscriber Parking ($20) By adding a gift to the Jacksonville Symphony in this subscription order, you help support our extensive educational programs for the upcoming season. Your tax deductible contribution helps our orchestra make a significant impression on thousands of tomorrow’s leaders and shapes our cultural future.

Fabio Mechetti, conductor

Indicate Method of Payment

Canadian Brass blows into Jacoby Hall for a delightful evening of music for the whole family. Baroque favorites, light classics, and hot pops. Gershwin, Beatles charttoppers and more … all with the Canadian Brass’ unique blend of verve, virtuosity and fun!

Pay by credit card:

Call 904-354-5547 Today for the Best Seats. Deadline is May 31.

NO. OF SEATS

VISA

Card #

MasterCard

Contribution Handling Fee GRAND TOTAL

American Express Exp. Date

Name as it appears on card Signature Enclosing check made payable to Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.

$5.00


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