2021 Summer Evenings Series
The Summer Evenings Series consists of three intimate chamber music concerts, presented by the Brevard Symphony Orchestra.
Saturday evenings at 7 pm | Suntree United Methodist Church in Melbourne.
General Admission – no assigned or reserved seating.
Scroll down to read about each concert and to purchase a subscription. Tickets to individual concerts will go on sale in mid-May.
DVOŘÁK, DEBUSSY & DISNEY ▪ June 19 ▪ 7 pm
Sasha Korczynski, violin ▪ John Korczynski, piano ▪ Theresa Guirola, soprano ▪ Adriana Stenvik, cello ▪ Bethany Confessore, violin ▪ Christiana Liberis, viola
Members of Golden Arrow Music will perform a dynamic program featuring vocal, string, and piano works of Debussy and Dvořák, including the latter’s brilliant Piano Quintet No. 2 in A Major, plus a special treat of Disney songs. This “D-themed” program is sure to D-light your summer evening.
MUSICAL JOURNEY TO THE NEW WORLD ▪ July 17 ▪ 7 pm
Olga Ferroni, violin ▪ Krystof Srebrakowski, piano ▪ Doug Mathews, bass ▪ Dru Betts, drums ▪ Tonya Phillips Staples, vocals
Violinist Olga Ferroni and her group Kalinka expertly merge contemporary elements with the traditional. This alluring program will include classic Argentinian tangos, as well as European tangos, American jazz and even some R&B selections. Incorporating jazz violin into these various styles is what makes Kalinka‘s presentations unique.
LISA FERRIGNO & SCOTT WATKINS IN RECITAL ▪ Aug 14 ▪ 7 pm
Lisa Ferrigno, violin ▪ Scott Watkins, piano
With a nod to 18th-century Italy, this program will feature music of the past 100 years. It will showcase the richness, diversity, and energy of American culture as it is reflected in works for violin and piano by our most esteemed classical music composers. This exceptional duo of BSO Concertmaster Lisa Ferrigno and pianist Scott Watkins will bring our 2021 Summer Evenings Series to a magnificent close.
The Suntree United Methodist Church’s sanctuary seats approximately 700, and parking is free and plentiful. The church is located at 7400 N. Wickham Road in Melbourne.