Do you love The Florida Orchestra? What about Armature works? If yes, you’re in luck! The Florida Orchestra is returning to Tampa and this year, they’ll be performing at Armature Works! Their series this season is a very popular “happy hour” concert series – all for free! Check it out.
This year, enjoy principal Guest Conductor Stuart Malina as he plays favorites through three concerts (one past, two upcoming). All concerts are sponsored by Smith and Associates Real Estate and will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. All guests are more than welcome to arrive early and enjoy food and beverage options at Heights Public Market. These free concerts feature the largest orchestra in the state where all guests can enjoy classical music, including all of the greatest hits! Plus, after all performances, guests can enjoy a meet and greet with the musicians.
Tickets are not required, but they do request that all guests planning to attend fill out a registration form which can be found here. The Gathering at Armature Works will open one hour prior to the concert and seats will fill up fast! There will be a couple bars located in The Gathering so you can choose your seats and then grab a drink while you wait.
Schedule of the two upcoming Florida Orchestra Happy Hour Concerts
January 8, 6:30 p.m. – Armature Works
Rumba on over to Armature Works on January 6th to enjoy the Latin influences of Gershwin’s Cuban Overture. Other classics such as Marquez’s Danzon No. 7 and more will be performed as well. Stuart Malina will be conducting.
May 13, 6:30 p.m. – Armature Works
Delight in the classic Russian melodies with composers such as Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, and Rimsky-Korsakov. Daniel Black will be conducting this show.
Don’t miss an opportunity to delight in The Florida Orchestra for free this January and May 2020. You won’t want to miss out, especially if you’ve never enjoyed a performance by this talented group of musicians. For a full schedule of The Florida Orchestra’s upcoming concerts, click here. If you can’t make the FREE events, try to make it to another. You won’t regret it!