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Venice, FL 34285
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Concert Schedule

Season subscriptions or packages of 4-6 concerts are available for pre-order during the summer before individual tickets go on sale September 1, 2016.  

  • Save 10% on all 7 concerts
  • Save 5% on orders of 4, 5, or 6 concerts
  • No facility or per ticket fees
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Conducting Academy Concert 2016 Bernstein – Tchaikovsky – Brahms

FRIDAY, NOV 18 7:30PM
SATURDAY, NOV 19 3:30PM

Feel the energy of the overture to Candide, a romantic violin concerto played by the world renowned Joseph Swensen, and ending with the bucolic Second Symphony.

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Conducting Academy Concert 2016Holiday Favorites with The Venice Chorale

FRIDAY, DEC 16 7:30PM
SATURDAY, DEC 17 3:30 & 7:30PM
SUNDAY, DEC 18 3:30PM

Experience Venice’s two major cultural assets as they join forces to light up your Holiday spirit.

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Conducting Academy Concert 2016Smetana – De Falla – Beethoven

FRIDAY, JAN 13 7:30PM
SATURDAY, JAN 14 3:30PM

Relax with a river cruise on the Moldau, the sensual Nights at the Gardens of Spain and the powerful Fifth Symphony. The Venice Symphony welcomes world-renowned pianist, Tatiana Roitman.

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Conducting Academy Concert 2016Romantic Valentine Standards

FRIDAY, FEB 17 7:30PM
SATURDAY, FEB 18 3:30 & 7:30PM

Valentine favorites will rekindle your love for music and your sweetheart.  Selections include Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Overture, Gounod’s “Je veux vivre”,  Lehrer’s “Meine Lippen sie kussen so heiss” and Lerner & Loewe’s “I could have danced all night” with Monica Gonzalez, soprano soloist.  There will also be selections from Bernstein’s West Side Story and the Venice Symphony welcomes Mark Raisch, vocal soloist, with songs from the Sinatra era.

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Conducting Academy Concert 2016Bartók – Prokofieff – Poulenc

FRIDAY, MAR 10 7:30PM
SATURDAY, MAR 11 3:30PM

Enjoy Hungarian rhythms, the powerful love story of Romeo and Juliette, and the impressionistic sounds of Gloria as The Venice Symphony collaborates with The Venice Chorale and welcomes Elisabeth Slaten, soprano soloist.

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Conducting Academy Concert 2016Mills – Beethoven – Mozart

FRIDAY, APR 7 7:30PM
SATURDAY, APR 8 3:30PM

Hear the Florida Premiere of Sequenzas Concertante, highlighting individuals of The Venice Symphony and the Mozart G minor Symphony. The Venice Symphony welcomes Tamás Kocsis with the Beethoven Violin Concerto in D major.

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Conducting Academy Concert 2016Strauss, Suppé, Lehár, Millöcker and Others

FRIDAY, APR 28 7:30PM
SATURDAY, APR 29 3:30 & 7:30PM

Swing and sing along to the Music of Vienna.

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To Order Tickets

call (941) 207-8822 or

visit our Box Office at 230 S Tamiami Trail, Suite 3-A on Venice Island, Monday thru Friday 10 AM – 4 PM   (get directions)

Our 2016-17 Venue

Our concert venue for the 2016-17 Season is:
Venice Performing Arts Center | 1 Indian Ave, Venice

Seating Chart

Venice Performing Arts Center

For more information on other events offered at the Venice Performing Arts Center visit: www.veniceperformingartscenter.com

Ticket Prices

$37, $32, $27, $22 All seats are reserved.  Students with valid ID receive 50% discount.  Wheelchair accessible seating should be requested in advance.

Late Seating Policy

Venice Symphony Orchestra concerts begin promptly at the announced starting time. We recommend arriving 30 minutes prior to the concert start time in order to park and find your seat before the concert begins.

If you are unexpectedly delayed, in deference to our artists and the comfort and listening pleasure of the audience in the hall, late seating will take place during the first appropriate pause in the program, at the discretion of management. Reserved seats are not guaranteed after the performance starts. Latecomers may be seated in the back out of courtesy to the musicians and other patrons.

Certain programs are performed without intermission or without a late seating break before intermission; therefore, no late seating can be offered at those concerts. Patrons who leave the hall before or during a work will not be reseated until after the completion of the work. In fairness to the performers and fellow concertgoers, we ask that you remain in your seat until the concert has concluded.