Palm Beach Symphony
Monday, March 18, 2019, 7:30PM
Walter S. Gubelmann Auditorium

Conductor Ramón Tebar leads the symphony’s “Cool Winds” program featuring Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for Four Winds in E flat major, followed by Haydn’s Symphony No. 6 in D major, “Le matin,” Symphony No. 7 in C major “Le midi,” and Symphony No. 8 in G major “Le soir.”

Program to be announced.

Palm Beach Symphony was founded in 1974 to address the need for a professional orchestra in Palm Beach County. In its earliest years, the orchestra performed only a few concerts a year with a part-time conductor and a volunteer staff. It was not until Mrs. Ethel S. Stone became the Symphony’s board chair, a position she held for 23 years, that the orchestra began establishing itself as a cultural force in the community.

A visionary leader, Mrs. Stone inherited her love of music from her family and generously shared it with the community she loved. During her tenure, a number of well-known musical figures served in leadership roles, including Karl Karapetian, John Iuele, Kenneth Schermerhorn, Stewart Kershaw, David Gray, Ulf Bjorlin, and John Covelli.

When Mrs. Stone died on August 6, 1996, John and Joan Tighe stepped in to continue her legacy. They established a stable board of directors, a dedicated administrative staff, and a small endowment fund to ensure the Symphony’s continued growth. Musicians who led the orchestra during the Tighes’ tenure were Alan Kogosowski, Vladimir Ponkin, Sergiu Schwartz, Ray Robinson and Donald Oglesby.

Event Info

Conductor Ramón Tebar leads the symphony’s “Cool Winds” program featuring Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for Four Winds in E flat major, followed by Haydn’s Symphony No. 6 in D major, “Le matin,” Symphony No. 7 in C major “Le midi,” and Symphony No. 8 in G major “Le soir.”

Program Notes

Program to be announced.

More About The Artist

Palm Beach Symphony was founded in 1974 to address the need for a professional orchestra in Palm Beach County. In its earliest years, the orchestra performed only a few concerts a year with a part-time conductor and a volunteer staff. It was not until Mrs. Ethel S. Stone became the Symphony’s board chair, a position she held for 23 years, that the orchestra began establishing itself as a cultural force in the community.

A visionary leader, Mrs. Stone inherited her love of music from her family and generously shared it with the community she loved. During her tenure, a number of well-known musical figures served in leadership roles, including Karl Karapetian, John Iuele, Kenneth Schermerhorn, Stewart Kershaw, David Gray, Ulf Bjorlin, and John Covelli.

When Mrs. Stone died on August 6, 1996, John and Joan Tighe stepped in to continue her legacy. They established a stable board of directors, a dedicated administrative staff, and a small endowment fund to ensure the Symphony’s continued growth. Musicians who led the orchestra during the Tighes’ tenure were Alan Kogosowski, Vladimir Ponkin, Sergiu Schwartz, Ray Robinson and Donald Oglesby.

Reserved Tickets:  $40
No charge to Four Arts Members

Tickets Available
February 6, 2019 – Public
January 30, 2019 – Four Arts Members
January 16, 2019 – Chairman’s Forum and Benefactors Council

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