Join us for our 58th Opening Night as the Jackson Symphony Orchestra recounts classic stories through music filled with romance and adventure. Prepare to embark on a dazzling, technicolor journey based on the classic folk tale "Arabian Nights" with Rimsky-Korsakov's most popular work Scheherazade. The concert begins with Smetana's energetic Overture to "The Bartered Bride" incorporating rhythmic melodies with a Bohemian flair. Principal clarinetist David Warren, and principal violist, Laurielle Warren, round out the perfect evening with Bruch's romantic Double Concerto for Viola and Clarinet.
A delightful presentation of enchanting works for flute choir presented by the flute section of the Jackson Symphony. Joined by their friends and colleagues, the Jackson Symphony flute section will embark upon an afternoon journey exploring works such as Rose Cottage from Catherine McMichael's "A Gaelic Offering" and transcriptions of some of the world's most beautiful music. You don't want to miss this amazing musical journey.