South Florida Symphony

South Florida Symphony

The South Florida Symphony Orchestra opens its season with the Tropical Beats Series “Moonlight Treasures” on Saturday, October 11 at 7 p.m. Featuring members of the Blue Door String Quartet, the music by Dohnányi and Beethoven will serenade guests at the stunning penthouse of host Shabnam Alhibi in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s Corinthian Condominiums.

“The South Florida Symphony Orchestra looks forward to treating our audience with a special evening of diverse music,” said Jacqueline Lorber, President and CEO of the South Florida Symphony Orchestra. “Written 100 years apart, Beethoven’s classically restrained work juxtaposes beautifully with the more dissonant and contemporary work of Dohnányi.”

Whitney La Grange (violin), Mario Goto (viola), and Arthur Cook (cello) will perform Dohnányi’s Serenade for String Trio in C major, Op.10 and Beethoven’s String Trio in C minor Op. 9. No.3. Before the concert, guests will savor wine-paired sumptuous appetizers donated by Lenore Nolan-Ryan Cooking School and Catering.

For more information, call (954) 522-8445 or visit southfloridasymphony.org.  Tickets are $85.  “Moonlight Treasures” is an official sanctioned event of Broward 100 – Celebrating the Art of Community.

The South Florida Symphony Orchestra will present its Masterwork Concert Series beginning in November.  Season subscriptions are available at a substantial savings over single ticket prices and offer the best seats, among other subscriber benefits. Tickets are available online at southfloridasymphony.org or by calling (954) 522-8445.

About the South Florida Symphony Orchestra

The South Florida Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of music director and conductor Sebrina María Alfonso, is well known for inspiring its audiences with its unique performances and rich sounds of classical music. Its mission is to enrich the quality of life in the communities it serves through a commitment to the highest quality of symphonic performance and music education.  Visit southfloridasymphony.org for more information or call (954) 522-8445.