The Symphonia to Stage Special Performance

The Symphonia will screen Terra Nostra while performing the film’s musical score live at The Studio at Mizner Park February 27

Alastair Willis. Photo by Todd Rosenberg
Principal Conductor Alastair Willis. Photo by Todd Rosenberg

The Symphonia, now midway through its Inspired Naturally concert season, added a special performance to its lineup. On February 27, The Symphonia will screen the award-winning film, Terra Nostra, the inspiration for the concert series, while performing the film’s powerful musical score live. 

This is The Symphonia’s debut performance at The Studio at Mizner Park. The concert begins at 7 p.m. and will include Felix Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture. 

Terra Nostra is a 30-minute multimedia symphony about the Earth and its global environment, composed by Christophe Chagnard. The film’s spectacular visuals of Earth, along with mind-blowing images of our planet’s natural elements, was created and directed by Charlie Spears.  

After the performance, VIP guests will be invited to meet and mingle with Principal Conductor Alastair Willis, Chagnard, Symphonia musicians, and board members.

Tickets are $35-$65 and are available now on Ticketmaster

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