Saturday, May 9 | 8 PM (Facebook + YouTube)
MOVIE WATCH PARTY: Mademoiselle | Nadia Boulanger
SATURDAY NIGHT IS MUSIC MOVIE NIGHT WITH SOUTH FLORIDA SYMPHONY! Join your SFSO friends on our Facebook page or YouTube Channel as we watch Mademoiselle, about Nadia Boulanger, one of the most respected conductors and teachers of all time. This 1977 film, directed by Bruno Monsaingeon, reveals the force and the flavor of a character who exerted considerable influence on the musical life of the end of the 20th century.
Thursday, May 14 | 4 PM on Facebook | 6 PM on YouTube
LIVESTREAM CONCERT | Sofiya Uryvayeva Martin, piano
SFSO pianist, Sofiya Uryvayeva Martin brings you “The Music You Love”, featuring a variety of thrilling works that will bring you joy and make your heart sing. Be swept away by Broadway hits, sultry tango, ballet classics and more.
Saturday, May 16 | 8 PM (Facebook + YouTube)
MOVIE WATCH PARTY: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Two films: “Tchaikovsky’s Women” (Part 1)
The “king of the music documentary”, Christopher Nupen, directed a 2-part series on Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky that uses music and commentary by Tchaikovsky, as well as by some of his closest companions (rather than actors), to document his life. The first film, Tchaikovsky’s Women, looks at the women both in his private life and in his early music.
Thursday, May 21 | 4 PM on Facebook | 6 PM on YouTube
LIVESTREAM CONCERT | Catherine Lan and Tao Lin (Duo Beaux Arts, piano)
Returning to the Intermission Music Series by popular demand, concert pianists Catherine Lan and her husband Tao Lin (also known as Duo Beaux Arts), perform a collection of piano duets (for one piano, four hands).
Saturday, May 23 | 8 PM (Facebook + YouTube)
MOVIE WATCH PARTY: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Two films: “Fate” (Part 2)
In Part 2 of Christopher Nupen’s film series on Pytor Ilyich Tchaikovsky, called “Fate”, the focus shifts to Tchaikovsky’s extraordinary relationship with Nadezhda von Meck; the most important in his life, after his mother, as well as his increasing concern with the idea of fate as a controlling influence in his own life and as a motivating force in his later symphonies.
Thursday, May 28 | 4 PM on Facebook | 6 PM on YouTube
LIVESTREAM CONCERT | Huifang Chen (violin) and Tao Lin (piano)
SFSO presents a livestream recital featuring Huifang Chen on violin and Tao Lin on piano, Intermission Music Series favorites, who have both previously appeared with pianist Catherine Lan. Coming live from their living room, enjoy Tchaikovsky’s charming Melodie; Ponce’s Mexican love song, Estrellita; Brahms’ Sonata for violin and piano in G major, also called the “Rain Sonata”, and Kreisler’s popular showpiece, Tambourin Chinois which he described as “a free fantasy in the Chinese manner.”
Saturday, May 30 | 8 PM (Facebook + YouTube)
MOVIE WATCH PARTY: Jacqueline du Pré: A Gift Beyond Words
IT’S MUSIC MOVIE NIGHT WITH SFSO! Jacqueline du Pré was one of the greatest cellists of all time; however, her international career was cut short by Multiple Sclerosis – she stopped playing cello at the age of 28 and died at the age of 42 in 1987.