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Exploring Vivaldi’s Four Seasons A Guided Tour with A Concert Performance

Symphony by the Sea

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Sunday, February 5
3:00 pm
Doors Open:
2/5/23 2:00 pm
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The Cabot
286 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA 01915 United States

Music representing the moods of the four seasons has always been popular and many composers have produced cycles of concertos representing the seasons.  But none were to do so in such precise detail as Antonio Vivaldi, who used four sonnets of his own creation as a descriptive base for his beloved masterpiece.  During this unique program, we will explore and illustrate each season following the sonnets and music together, providing a fun and educational prospective culminating in a virtuosic performance.  Our guest soloist will be violinist Julianne Lee from the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

**As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we will evaluate health and safety protocols on a regular basis, adjusting protocols to align with CDC recommendations and those of local public health officials.  Updated protocols for audience members and musicians will be announced closer to the date of each concert.  Refunds will be available to ticket purchasers is a concert is cancelled due to public health concerns.**

About Symphony by the Sea

Symphony by the Sea is the premier professional orchestra north of Boston.  Established in 1981 by the late Royston Nash, former Music Director of London’s D’Oyly Carte Opera Company, it provided a group of talented professional musicians a local alternative to community orchestras.

For over 40 years, Symphony by the Sea has brought an outstanding array of soloists to its stage including such celebrated artists as Pamela Frank, Stephanie Chase and Paula Robison as well as members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  In addition, our subscription series concerts have regularly featured emerging young artists such as Stefan Jackiw and Augustine Hadelich who have gone on to headline performances at notable venues such as Carnegie Hall, Boston’s Symphony Hall and the Tanglewood Music Festival.