Tallahassee Symphony performs at Flagler

The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra will present a concert of lively Mozart works and a Symphony by Antonin Dvorak at Flagler College Auditorium on Sunday January 17, 2010 at 2:00 pm.

In cooperation with Flagler College, the EMMA Concert Association is particularly pleased to offer this full orchestral program including the Mozart Flute Concerto in G for flute and orchestra featuring internationally renowned flutist, Eva Amsler, who is acclaimed for her originality and spontaneity of expression.

Amsler is Professor of Flute at Florida State University, and conducts master classes in Europe, South America, and Asia as well as the United States. She is founder and president of the European Flute Association which supports flutists of all ages through teaching and performance experience.

Tickets are $30 per person and $5 for students. Call 904-797-2800 for tickets and reserved seating.
The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1981, has played to audiences throughout North Florida and South Georgia offering musical performances of the highest caliber. Their members include professionals in the community, and music faculty and performance majors from the College of Music at Florida State University.

The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra plays seven regularly scheduled concerts each year, attracting more than 10,000 persons in attendance, and enjoying ever-increasing popularity.

Their Music Director and Conductor is Miriam Burns who was appointed in 2006. Ms Burns was previously a staff conductor with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra from 1999 to 2007 under the baton of Kurt Mazur and Lorin Maazel. She is versatile in all music genres including opera, pops, and oratorio programs. Her international conducting debut occurred in 1999 with the Bournemouth Symphony, in southern England; followed by additional performances in Germany, Poland, and Taiwan.

For additional information about this and other upcoming EMMA concerts, please call 904-797-2800

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