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The Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre in Orlando is holding a show where some of the most talented musicians from the Orlando Philharmonic will be recreating the classical music of Broadway's greatest hits. Tenor, Norm Levis will be leading the ensemble that will play the tracks from musicals including Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story and Ragtime. The major performing arts venue provides a seating capacity for as many as 2518 attendees. Operated and owned by the Orlando Venues Organization, the facility has been hosting events since 1926. The Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre serves as home to music institutions like the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra and Orlando Philharmonic. Purchase cheap Orlando Philharmonic tickets if you are interested to attend the forthcoming events.
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is one of Central Florida's most renowned professional orchestras. The resident orchestra holds over 125 performances per season and is currently celebrating its 21st anniversary. The Orlando Philharmonic was founded in 1992 with the aim to promote symphonic music via cultural leadership, education and performances. The Orlando Philharmonic presents various types of programs. From September till April, the orchestral organization conducts “the Super Series,” a live ten concert season. This contains five “pops” concerts and five classical concerts. The 2014 season by the Orlando Philharmonic has invited guest violinist Elmar Oliveira and conductor, Albert-George Schram who will be recreating popular music from cinemas, Broadway classics and mainstream music genres.
Apart from “the Super Series,” the Orlando Philharmonic is also known for hosting chamber music evenings. These concerts are usually held at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Orlando. The chamber music presented by the Orlando Philharmonic is included by the Lowndes Shakespeare Center as part of its “Focus Series” and “Sounds of Summer Series,” held from June to August. 2009 was a remarkable year for the Orlando Philharmonic as it began presenting quality opera music. When the Orlando Opera dismembered, Orlando Philharmonic became the only opera institution in Florida. In 2010, the Orlando Philharmonic presented two opera presentations namely “Porgy and Bess” and “Carmen.” In 2011, the institution held multiple shows at the La Boheme. In the following year it created another opera named “Rigoletto.” Over the years the Orlando Philharmonic has performed alongside the Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando Opera, the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra, Orlando Science Centre, Florida Young Artists Orchestra, the Bach Festival Society and University of Central Florida.
Orlando Philharmonic's history consists of performances by talented artists like Sarina Zhang, Michael Cavanaugh, Keiko Andrews, Christopher Wilkins, Gary Grimes, Joel Revzen and Oliveira. With Christopher Wilkins as the organization's music director, the Orlando Philharmonic promises to put together an exciting season. Performances that are expected to be staged this time include jazz evenings, ballets choreography by Robert Hill of the Orlando Ballet, orchestral classes named “Back to Basics.”
The show shall present tenor Norm Levis, the Eatonville native who achieved success with “Porgy and Bess.” He will be directing the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra as they play instruments like strings, winds, brass and percussion. The 44-member orchestra along with Norm Levis will be bringing forth a series of shows that shouldn't be missed. All those interested in attending are advised to purchase cheap Orlando Philharmonic tickets as soon as possible.