09 Aug After Two Year Hiatus, ‘Meet The Orchestra And ‘Box Lunch It’ Return For 2022-23 Concert Season
(August 9, 2022)— Two of The Symphonia’s most popular, interactive programs will return once again for the chamber orchestra’s 2022-23 concert season. Meet the Orchestra, a hands-on, education program for children, and Box Lunch It, an informal ‘lunch and learn’ for adults, will both be held prior to each of the concerts. The season, “Inspired, Naturally,” will include four live performances, each inspired by the earth’s natural elements of Fire, Earth, Wind, and Water.
Meet the Orchestra. Families and their children are invited to attend the orchestra’s Saturday rehearsal, meet musicians, and play various instruments at the Instrument Petting Zoo. Children attend free of charge, and adults are $5 each. Meet the Orchestra is held at Roberts Theater at St. Andrew’s School, 3900 Jog Road, Boca Raton on the Saturday prior to each concert: November 12, December 3, March 25 and April 29 at TIME 11:00 – 12:30.
Box Lunch It. This program provides adult attendees an opportunity to sit on stage for a portion of the Friday rehearsal, then share a box lunch and join in an informal Q & A with the conductor, soloists, and musicians. Tickets are $40___. Box Lunch It is held at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 2601 St. Andrews Boulevard, Boca Raton on the Friday prior to each concert: November 11, December 2, March 24, and April 28 at Noon.
The theme of The Symphonia’s upcoming season is ‘Inspired Naturally,’ based on Terra Nostra, an award-winning multimedia symphony by Christophe Chagnard and produced by Earth Creative that combines mind-blowing visuals with the power of symphonic music and explores the impact and challenges of climate change. The December concert will feature the film, by Charlie Spears, as a backdrop to the live performance in a powerful, sensory experience. It will be the world premiere of Terra Nostra, re-written for a chamber orchestra.
For additional information on these programs or for season tickets, flex passes, or individual tickets, visit thesymphonia.org, or call 561.376.3848.