Once Again, Rain Will Not Stop the TSO!
TSO Jazz Concert Moved to The Moon!

The national weather service predicts a high likelihood of rain for the time-frame during the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra Jazz concert, "TSO Jazz!" at Cascades Park. In consideration for your comfort, the event planners and the Tallahassee Symphony organization have elected to move the event indoors. Details of the venue change are as follows:
New Venue: The Moon
1105 E Lafayette St
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Concert Time: The concert will remain at 8:00pm (Doors open at 7:00pm)
Children's Activities event has been cancelled.
Ticket Information: SAVE YOUR APPETITE!
We will still have low-country boil boxes available for $10, provided by Madison Social. These include crawfish, sausage and potatoes and can be shared. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase at a full bar at the Moon.
Thank you so much!

Night At The Oscars will now be held at Ruby Diamond on October 6, 2017 at 8:00pm

Hurricane Irma impacts "Night At The Oscars"

Hurricane Irma impacts on our area disrupted our ability to use Ruby Diamond for the originally scheduled date and forced the TSO to reschedule our "Night At The Oscars" event.

Patrons holding tickets for the original date (September 15, 2017) may use their same ticket for the October 6 performance.

If you have a ticket for the September 15th date and are unable to attend the October 6 performance, please contact our office at 850.224.0461 for assistance.

Thank you for your patronage and patience!
If you don't have your seat yet, tickets are available and can be purchased by using our links below, or clicking here!
Amanda Stringer, CEO, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra

Auditions for the TSO location change

The location for this Saturday's TSO Auditions has been changed to the "Early Music Room HMU229." Audition times and content remain unchanged.


Date: Saturday, January 19, 2019
Venue: Ruby Diamond Auditorium
Time: 8 PM

KODÁLY Dances of Galánta
ELGAR Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85
BARTÓK Concerto for Orchestra

Program Notes

The great concerti on this concert were the last written by their composers. Profoundly saddened by World War I’s ravaging effect on his native England, Elgar wrote this brooding cello concerto, a lament for a lost world, and it proved to be his last major work. Over two decades later, and in the midst of the Second World War, the Hungarian Bartók fled to the U.S. Here, amidst a battle with leukemia that would ultimately take his life, the composer wrote his Concerto for Orchestra. The opening Dances of Galánta, by another Hungarian, Zoltán Kodály, set the stage for these masterpieces.





Cicely Parnas, cello (biography)

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