WE'VE GOT NEWS FOR YOU!
Palm Beach Symphony has people talking
IN THE NEWS (Sun-Sentinel):
Conductor Rufus Jones Jr.
A William Grant Still revival in Palm Beach
Our 44th season includes an incredible Who's Who of special guest artists, including Rufus Jones, Jr., who will narrate our first chamber concert with enlightening commentary on legendary American composer, William Grant Still. Read about the extraordinary musician, conductor, teacher, writer, and scholar, Dr. Rufus Jones, Jr. in
Ben Crandell's captivating article in the Sun-Sentinel October Arts Guide
And don't miss Rufus Jones in
The Dean of Afro-American Composers
The Music of William Grant Still
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Palm Beach Day Academy
There's still time to become a Palm Beach Symphony member
World renowned conductor Maestro Ramón Tebar has crafted a truly extraordinary collection of masterworks for Season 44.
Renew or purchase your membership or subscription before the December 6 season-opening masterworks concert to enjoy the full season at the best rates and in the best seats.
IN THE NEWS (Palm Beach Post | NOTABLES Social Diary):
Young Friends: Doing good and having fun
Palm Beach Post Notables Editor and Young Friends of the Palm Beach Symphony Chairman, Krystian von Speidel shines a spotlight on our Young Friends in an engaging piece about his earliest days on Palm Beach looking for ways to blend fun with philanthropy. Don't miss
Krystian's must-read article
. And be sure to sign up for a full season off exciting social events - some new, others back by popular demand - by becoming a member of
Young Friends of the Palm Beach Symphony
. Register before our first YFPBS event (November) to make sure you lock in full membership benefits, including access to members-only events.
IN THE NEWS (Palm Beach Post Online):
Palm Beach Symphony brings culture and "quality entertainment" to
Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Post staff writer Sarah Peters' article
In Gardens, history, culture is there... you just have to look for it
features Palm Beach Symphony on a list of quality entertainment in Palm Beach Gardens. Peters tells readers not to lose heart when it comes to finding culture in the Gardens because "The professional Palm Beach Symphony plays masterpieces at Benjamin Hall at The Benjamin School, in addition to its other venues."
Palm Beach Symphony returns for our third performance at Benjamin Hall on January 17. The concert features the music of Theofanidis, Saint-Saëns, and Beethoven, under the baton of guest conductor, Robert Moody, and featuring guest artist, Maxim Lando, the teenage piano prodigy recently featured
in the news for "lending a hand" at Carnegie Hall