Specials

Friday February 26th, 7:30 PM
Cannon Center for Performing Arts

William Skoog, conductor

Memphis Messiah

For its charitable premier in Dublin Ireland in 1742, George Frideric Handel donated all proceeds from his oratorio Messiah to prisoner’s debt relief, Mercer Hospital and the Charitable Infirmary.

Following in its historical philanthropic beginnings, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and the Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale, in conjunction with Memphis-based non-profit foundation Orphanos, performs Handel’s Messiah at the Memphis Cannon Center Friday February 26th 2016. 7:30 p.m.

Sponsored by Orphanos

  


Saturday, April 9, 2016, 7:30 pm 
Cannon Center for Performing Arts
William Skoog, conductor
Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale

Randal Rushing, tenor soloist

Brubecks Play Brubeck

Darius, Chris and Dan Brubeck (piano, bass/trombone and drums) will be coming to Memphis to perform their father’s many ‘jazz classics’ such as Take Five and other hits from the ‘classic quartet’ era. Mirroring Dave Brubeck, who later in his life spent time composing orchestral and choral works, the quartet “Brubecks Play Brubeck”, which features internationally acclaimed  sax star, Dave O’Higgins, will  perform excerpts from extended compositions pieces with orchestra and chorus under the direction of William Skoog. O’Higgins also plays with Darius Brubeck in the UK based Darius Brubeck Quartet.



DATE FOR 2016 COMING SOON!
Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Symphony in the Gardens

Enjoy an evening with the Memphis Symphony Big Band in a casual outdoor setting with the annual Symphony in the Gardens concert.  Pack your lawn chairs and a picnic basket to share for a fun and memorable experience with friends, family and co-workers on the lawn of Dixon Gallery and Gardens.

There are several ways to enjoy your eveningEnjoy dinner, cocktails and dancing on the Hughes Pavilion, tables of 6 or 8 are available.  Don't want to bring your own picnic?  Let us provide one for you with the new Picnic Like a Pro package.  Get a coveted spot close to the action that includes your own picnic basket and wine. For more information contact development@memphissymphony.org or call (901)537-2525!

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