Single Tickets Now on Sale for Community Concert Association Season
World-renowned artists from throughout Europe, Russia, and Jerusalem will travel to Fort Myers this winter to perform for the Fort Myers Community Concert Association in its 67th annual concert series.
Single tickets are now on sale for the four remaining performances, which organizers say are among the best ever offered by the Fort Myers Community Concert Association. Prices are $55 for orchestra and mezzanine seats, $35 for lower balcony seats and $25 for upper balcony seats.
All performances will start at 7:30p.m. at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall on the Florida SouthWestern State College campus in Fort Myers. For tickets visit www.fortmyerscommunityconcerts.org or call 239-489-4171.
The four remaining concerts for the 2016 season are:
- Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra –January 25, 2016. Richard Wagner’s Overture to The Flying Dutchman and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade Symphonic Suite will be included in this performance by the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra, which is the largest music institution in northern Poland.
- Teatro Lirico D’Europa performing Aida – February 10, 2016. Aida is the tragic story of the love between Rhadames, the Egyptian general, and Aida, an Ethiopian slave, and the jealousy of Amneris, daughter of the King of Egypt. Teatro Lirico D’Europa is the most successful opera touring company in Europe and the U.S. and travels with a full orchestra of 47 to 50 members and a chorus of 40 singers.
- Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra – March 2, 2016. The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra will present Brahm’s Symphony No. 2 and feature cello soloist Daniele Akta in Tchaikovsky’s The Khojaly Requiem and Camille Saint Saens’ Cello Concerto No. 1. The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra plays a varied repertoire and has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, the Musikvereine in Vienna, the Philharmonic in Cologne and major halls in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Lucerne.
- Emanuel Ax, Pianist – March 21, 2016. Emanuel Ax is a Grammy-winning American classical pianist and an internationally-acclaimed performer who is currently on the faculty at Juilliard. His program will include Dussek’s Piano Sonata No. 24, Elegie harmonique and Beethoven’s No. 8 Pathetique and No. 23 Appassionata piano sonatas.