The Symphonia comes home
Lovers of The Symphonia get to know its musicians and enjoy music through the orchestra's Facebook Live series
While The Symphonia had to cancel several performances at the tail end of its 2019-2020 season, fans of the Boca Raton-based orchestra will not have to go without the talents of its musicians.
Every Thursday, the Symphonia is presenting The Symphonia At Home, on Facebook Live. The series started with a video of artistic director and principal trumpet Jeffrey Kaye (pictured above), performing the trumpet in his back porch with his dog, Gidget. Other videos have featured past performances and behind-the-scenes looks at how musicians prepare for a performance, giving viewers a chance to get to know Symphonia members in an informal and fun format.
“Just because we’re all hunkered down at home doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a little live music from the professional musicians of The SYMPHONIA,” said executive director Annabel Russell. “This series will hopefully bring a little joy to those who view it, and frankly, we don’t know what to expect – we’re leaving the artistic creativity up to each musician, so this should be fun!”