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Sunday Classical Concert – February 8, 2015




Rhonda Cassano and Philip Pan in the Cummer Gardens Photo Courtesy of Figure 8 Studio

Jihye Chang on piano

Please join the Museum on February 8th at 1:30 p.m. for the first Sunday Classical Concert of the year, sponsored by Abbot Downing. Come relax and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine at a classical performance inspired by British Watercolors. Rhonda Cassano (flute) and Philip Pan (violin) of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, along with special guest, Jihye Chang (piano), will be playing beautiful pieces by Elgar and Ravel, plus lesser-known gems from British composers Woodall, Finzi, and Scott. Also, listen to a surprisingly wonderful discovery of a violin sonata by the daughter of a famous violin virtuoso who refused to live in his shadow! This event is free for Members or with paid Museum admission for Non-Members. Registration is required, please click here to register online. Do not miss this exciting opportunity to hear these three talented musicians under one roof! What a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon!


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