Acclaimed pianist Aaron Diehl excels at both jazz and classical music, making Gershwin’s jazzy-bluesy Concerto in F the perfect vehicle for his show-stopping talents. Members of Central Florida’s homeless community join in for Gabriel Kahane’s “magnum opus, which unflinchingly confronts an American social problem that continues to worsen: homelessness” (~Chicago Tribune) as expressed through pop, folk, classical music, humor, biting satire, and sometimes outrage. The lyrics of “America, the Beautiful” stirred Wang Jie’s patriotism in her hopeful riff on the song.
For OPO concerts at Calvary Orlando: COVID testing or vaccination for audience members is encouraged but not required. No proof of testing or vaccination will be required for admission. Face coverings will continue to be required to be worn at all times for concerts at Calvary.
Please note that single ticket purchases will be placed in the balcony but balcony seats are only accessible by stairs. For seating requests or ADA seating, please contact the box office at email@example.com or 407.770.0071. If you are a Season subscriber, your tickets included in your subscription have already been secured. For all concerts this Season, please expect to receive your Print at Home ticket(s) around two weeks before each concert date, which will also detail your seating.
The Orlando Philharmonic has partnered with the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida throughout the 2022-2023 Season to draw attention to this challenging issue of homelessness confronting many in our community. For more information and to contribute to their work, visit https://www.centralfloridahomeless.org/.
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The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra inside Calvary Orlando, October 2020. Photo Credit: Alex Sturgill