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Upcoming Events

Sarasota Orchestra w/Branford Marsalis and Storm Large

April 17, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - April 18, 2020 @ 10:00 pm

Composer Sean O’Loughlin serves as guest conductor as Chanteuse Storm Large (from the popular group Pink Martini) and NEA Jazz Master and musical icon Branford Marsalis, a saxophonist who has garnered legendary status, join forces for an electrifying Pops extravaganza that will have audiences swaying in their seats. Enjoy everlasting classics such as I’ve Got…

Victoria Symphony : Cirque Goes to the Theatre

May 9, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - May 10, 2020 @ 8:00 pm

Composer Sean O’Loughlin conducts the Victoria Symphony as the talented and high-flying acrobats, jugglers and artists from Cirque de la Symphonie return to delight and amaze with another jaw-dropping performance set to both classical and movie music including music from Chicago, The Greatest Showman and more! Performances are as follows: May 9th @ 8pm May…

Symphoria : “Back to the Future” Live with Film

May 16, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Power up your DeLorean… recharge your flux capacitor… and get ready to celebrate the 30th anniversary of an unforgettable movie classic as you’ve never seen and heard it before – with Symphoria, directed by composer Sean O’Loughlin, performing the soundtrack live with the film projected on the big screen!

Minute Clinics

Why Improvisation? An Approach to the Art of Improv

By Jason Taurins | October 7, 2019

In my experience, many musicians, especially those of us with a background in classical music, are at best uncomfortable and at worst terrified of the word ‘improvisation.’ Yet for centuries, improvisation was a part of every musician’s repertoire. It is said that J.S. Bach could…

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Isle of Skye: An Old Tune Reimagined

By Michael J. Miller | September 24, 2019

Skye Isle is located in the Inner Hebrides archipelago on Scotland’s west coast where it is both the largest and northernmost island. Known for its picturesque landscapes, castles, and wildlife, it is frequently visited by tourists from all over the world. This piece is a…

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How Do You Tune Your Band?

By Jon Bubbett | August 21, 2019

Tuning is the responsibility of each individual in the ensemble. Directors can’t really “tune” the band. The best results occur when the director guides the student’s skill development to match pitch with the players around them. Playing in tune, like any skill, and learning to…

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