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Hosted by the Friends of Sebastian Inlet State Park, the concert will showcase recording artist Rod MacDonald.  Rod MacDonald is a folk singer and songwriter, novelist, and educator.  Since the mid-seventies he has released 11 solo recordings in the United States, 8 in Europe, and 21 songs with Smithsonian Folkways.  In 2006, he became an instructor for the Florida Atlantic University, hosting the lecture and performance series "Music Americana", where he was awarded the Distinguished Faculty Award in 2012.  Rod MacDonald has been named one of the "Ten Greatest South Florida Folksingers of

Join the Brevard Symphony Orchestra as they kick off the 2017-2018 season. They will perform symphonic pieces including: Jacques Offenbach – Overture to Orpheus in the Underworld, Howard Hanson – Love Duet from Merry Mount, Ludwig van Beethoven – Romance No. 2 (Lisa Ferrigno, violin), Alfredo le Pera/arr. Williams – Tango Por Una Cabeza (Lisa Ferrigno, violin), Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – The Nutcracker Act I – Scenes VI-IX and Maurice Ravel – Bolero.

St. Augustine's Sing Out Loud Music Festival, the largest free music festival ever held in St. Johns County, returns for three weekends in September 2017. With hundreds of musical acts over three weekends on multiple stages, including the St.

Palm Bay Caribbean Festival September 2nd &3rd
Venue: Spacecoast Harley Davidson, Palm Bay
Entrance: $10 . Children under 12 Free
Great Reggae and Soca music and delicious Caribbean food and games for the children. excellent family fun

Musical acts: Code Red Band, 506 Crew, Musical Seduction, and Orlando PowerStars Steel Band.

Space Coast Symphony Orchestra

Performing together for the first time, world renowned pianist, Steven Lin and cellist, Francisco Vila-Haas present Summer of Love. The program opens up with Francisco performing Bach's gorgeous Cello Suite No. 1, widely considered among the most profound of all classical music works. Steven then takes the stage to perform Beethoven's “Waldstein” Sonata, one of the most thrillingly brilliant of Beethoven’s middle-period works, demonstrating Beethoven’s use of the full compass of the piano, his juxtaposition of themes, and daring use of harmony.

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