SAENGER CLASSIC HOLIDAY MOVIE – IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
The Saenger Theatre is bringing classic movies back to the big screen, holiday-style! Everyones favorite classic holiday movie Its A Wonderful Life, will be shown on Monday, December 22 at 6:30pm. The Box Office will open at 5:30pm to purchase tickets, or they can be purchased in advance at the Saenger Theatre Box office for only $5. The movie will be seated on a first-come-first-served basis.
For more information on upcoming events at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre visit our website at www.pensacolasaenger.com.
PENSACOLA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CELEBRATES THE NEW YEAR!
Come Celebrate the New Year! in style with the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday, December 31st at 7PM in the Saenger Theatre in downtown Pensacola. This unforgettable evening will be full of festivities, fun, and jaw-dropping talent. Its the perfect party and you are invited!
The PSO, conducted by Maestro Peter Rubardt, will perform a wide array of music including classics from Tchaikovsky and Strauss as well as music of the Big Band Era. Well sprinkle in a handful of Broadway and Hollywood favorites from Chicago, Candide, and the perennial favorite, Somewhere Over the Rainbow from the Wizard of Oz. Our featured soloist for the evening is the brilliant violinist, Lindsay Deutsch. With loads of charisma and exquisite sensitivity, she will showcase her virtuosity with a Fantasia on Gershwin's music from Porgy and Bess. There's also no doubt that Lindsay will warm up the December air with the finale from Vivaldi's Summer and Massenet's beautiful, Meditation, from Thais.
This concert will end around 9PM, leaving plenty of time for concert-goers to get home early or join in the downtown Pelican Drop festivities. Either way, you wont want to miss out on experiencing the PSO in the Saenger Theatre " it is one of Pensacola's best New Years Eve traditions and the perfect way to ring in 2015!
Tickets start as low as $22. You can reserve seats for the Celebrate the New Year! concert, as well as all remaining performances for the season, by calling the PSO Office directly at (850) 435-2533, ordering online at www.pensacolasymphony.com, or through the Saenger Theatre Box Office.
PENSACOLA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS ANTICIPATED PERFORMANCE: “BEETHOVEN & BLUE JEANS”
Don't miss the Pensacola Symphony Orchestras Beethoven & Blue Jeans concert on Saturday, January 10th at 8PM at the Saenger Theatre. Come wearing your best denim for a blend of upbeat symphonic music!
The PSO will perform eight short pieces sure to entertain one and all. Filled with high-energy and festive music, the program consists of pieces by Charles Ives, Leonard Bernstein, and most certainly Beethoven. Yet, there is so much more to anticipate. Joseph Alessi, principal trombonist of the New York Philharmonic, will be featured on two pieces that were written exclusively for him. One of them, by Enrique Crespo, will be receiving its world premiere performance at this concert.
Alessis performance is not one to be missed. Maestro Peter Rubardt explains, Every now and then an instrumentalist comes along that redefines what is possible on an instrument. They develop new techniques, new sounds, even new equipment, and in the process they change how future generations play and write for the instrument. Joe Alessi is one of those players.
The evening is packed with even more spectacular music, including a brilliant arrangement of Leonard Bernstein's award-winning musical, West Side Story. The original musical is about the story of star crossed lovers from opposing street gangs in the slums of Manhattan. Rollicking dance numbers, like Mambo and Cool, contrast the musics dramatic ending. Even if you aren't familiar with the story-line, it provides great entertainment and a wealth of memorable melodies. Closing the concert will be Charles Ives Variations on America, a unique piece featuring alterations of a familiar traditional American song. Its an electrifying ending to a fantastic night of live orchestral music.
There will be a special matinee dress rehearsal for the concert beginning at 2PM. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the Palafox entrance of the Saenger Theatre. Starting at 7PM, Dr. Larry Reed will present Classical Conversations. Its a chance to go behind the scenes and learn about each piece of music, as well as the opportunity to interact with the evenings guest artist. The event is free with your concert ticket.
Tickets are on sale now and start at only $22. Call the PSO office at (850) 435-2533 or order online at www.pensacolasymphony.com
05:00PM Mike & Molly
05:30PM Mike & Molly
06:00PM Burn Notice
08:00PM In the Heat of the Night
09:00PM Within Reason
10:00PM Jerry Springer - weekend
11:00PM Cheaters - weekend
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