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College Production:
Talley's Folly
10-18-17
thru
10-21-07

Special Event:
The Princess Bride
10-23-17

Special Event:
"Renewing the Balance" presented by Dr. Dirk Dunbar
10-25-17

Broadway Series:
Sound of Music
10-26-17

Art Gallery:
Sacred Treasures: Icons
10-30-17
thru
12-01-17

College Production:
NWFSC Fine and Performing Arts Division Recital
11-03-17

Broadway Series:
ELF
11-08-17

College Production:
NWFSC Fine and Performing Arts Division Recital
11-17-17

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NFSO 31st Season - A Night At the Opera "La Traviata"

Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra

March 10, 2018 Mainstage
$25 adulte, $18 military & youth

The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra's 31st season as the Emerald Coast's premier professional orchestra continues on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 7:30 pm in the Mainstage Theater of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center in Niceville with a glorious Night at the Opera featuring "La Traviata", one of the world's greatest operas, performed with international guest artists, elaborate costumes and the NFSO in a semi-staged version of Giuseppe Verdi's fabled opera!

Season Package reservations are now available through the Mattie Kelly Arts Center Box Office at (850) 729-6000. Individual concert tickets ($25/$18) are on sale August 1, 2017. NFSO Gold Season packages are $212 (includes 5 NFSO concerts, 1 Special Event & 3 Guest Artist Recitals). NFSO Regular Season Packages are $115 each (includes 5 NFSO concerts). For complete details on NFSO subscription packages and all subscriber benefits, see the NFSO website at www.nfsymphony.org or contact the Box Office.(NOTE: Resale of tickets to all events held at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center is prohibited by a new Florida law (pursuant to s. 817.36-1(c), Florida Statutes)

The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra’s 31st season features a varied selection of concerts to inspire and enthrall audiences of all ages! The September 16, 2017 season opener entitled "Russian Nights" will feature Rimsky Korsakov’s masterpiece Scheherazade and will pair with the Wideman Gold medal winning pianist Tzu-Yin Yuang performing Rachmaninov’s beloved Piano Concerto No. 2. on our magnificent rebuilt Steinway piano.

The genius of Mozart will be on full display in October with an unusual program called "Mozart Deconstructed" on October 14, 2017 in which parts of the orchestra will be on display before combining for a performance of his “Prague” Symphony No. 38. The orchestra and Symphony Chorale will help ring in the season with our annual "Holiday Pops" concert on December 8, 2017 which will include the always popular carol sing-a-longs.

In February 2018 the NFSO welcomes back the magnificent Cirque de la Symphonie. Their last sold-out appearance in 2015 thrilled the audience with breathtaking acrobatics accompanied by the NFSO. This will an event not to be missed!

March 2018 will be the NFSO's most ambitious undertaking ever. The orchestra will perform a semi-staged and costumed performance of Verdi’s most popular opera "La Traviata" . The international cast will feature German soprano Vera Schoenenberg, Armenian tenor Yeghishe Manucharyan, American Baritone Ricardo Rivera and Cuban Mezzo Soprano Olga Pérez Flora along with the Northwest Florida Symphony Chorale and the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra.

The NFSO's 31st season will conclude in May 2018 with the third annual Education Week where the NFSO will perform for Okaloosa and Walton County fourth and fifth graders and will culminate with the popular "Stars of Tomorrow" concert which will feature the winners of our annual Concerto Competition for talented young musicians from across north Florida.

In addition, the NFSO's 31st season continues the popular Guest Artist Piano Recitals which will feature three outstanding pianists from around the world.

Please remember that the NFSO is a non-profit organization that has been operated under the auspices of the Northwest Florida State College Foundation since the orchestra’s inception in 1987 and we rely on tax-deductible donations and corporate underwriting to support the orchestra and its numerous, long-standing educational endeavors for area youth. To make a donation to support the NFSO or request information contact Maestro Jeffrey Rink at rinkj@nwfsc.edu or (850) 729-6023. See the NFSO website for more information on the orchestra at www.nfsympohny.org