September 25, 2019 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Venice Symphony’s season premiere, “Bohemian Beethoven,” Nov. 15-16 at the Venice Performing Arts Center has already sold out. The Symphony’s two concerts featuring Linda Eder in March have also sold out and seating is already limited for several other performances. The Saturday Nights at the Symphony series offers the best available seats for the season. Those interested in attending the sold-out shows are encouraged to register for the waiting list.
“We knew that our pre-season ticket sales would be strong, but were surprised to sell-out these concerts so early,” said Christine Kasten, Executive Director. “We are especially thrilled to welcome so many new people to The Venice Symphony this season. It says something about the appeal of our music director Troy Quinn’s programming, and the excitement surrounding our orchestra.”
All 17 concerts (7 concert weekends) take place at the Venice Performing Arts Center, One Indian Ave, Venice. “Bohemian Beethoven” is sponsored by The Ehrhart Family Foundation and features Beethoven’s beloved Fifth Symphony and The Venice Symphony’s principal viola Rafael Ramirez as viola soloist on Queen’s modern masterwork, Bohemian Rhapsody.
The Venice Symphony’s Season concert sponsors are Gulf Coast Community Foundation and the Tourist Development Council of Sarasota County. Media Sponsor is WUSF Public Radio, and Season Music Sponsor is Stephen and Redenta Picazio.
Parking is free at the VPAC and a low-cost valet service is available. Tickets start at $27. Student tickets are always half-price. Free Pre-Concert Talks with Maestro Quinn and soloists take place at 6:30 pm before evening concerts and 2:30 pm before afternoon concerts. The series is sponsored by Bank of America and no ticket is required.
For tickets, call 941-207-8822 or visit The Venice Symphony Office, 1515 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 7, Venice. You can also order tickets online at www.thevenicesymphony.org. To join the waitlist for the November or March concerts, email email@example.com or call 941-207-8822.
To arrange an interview with Troy Quinn, soloists, musicians and guests, or for photos, press tickets or additional information, please contact Sharyn Lonsdale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Venice Symphony: Founded in 1974, The Venice Symphony is a 501 (c)(3) professional orchestra deeply rooted in its community, offering a variety of concerts from November through April, special events and long-standing music education programs for adults and in area schools throughout the year.