As the adage goes: the show must go on. Despite the 2019-2020 season being cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Symphonia is still finding ways to bring orchestral wonder to music lovers– all while adhering to social distancing protocols. The world renowned Boca Raton-based chamber orchestra launched “The Symphonia at Home,” a weekly Facebook Live series that showcases the ensemble’s musicians through performances and interviews. The livestream will begin at 5 p.m. on Thursdays.
The series kicked off last week with a performance by Jeffrey Kaye, M.M., the Artistic Director and the Principal Trumpet of The Symphonia. During the livestream, Kaye played trumpet for the virtual audience from his porch, accompanied by his rescue dog, Gidget.
“Just because we’re all hunkered down at home doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a little live music from the professional musicians of The Symphonia,” said Annabel Russell, Executive Director. “This series will hopefully bring a little joy to those who view it, and frankly, we don’t know what to expect – we’re leaving the artistic creativity up to each musician, so this should be fun!”
For more information, visit The Symphonia’s website or call 561-376-3848.