Jacksonville Symphony wants musical enjoyment to be simple

Posted on: August 26, 2010

A report Thursday (8/26) on Jacksonville, Florida’s First Coast News site states, “Figuring out what those billboards mean is complicated. Billboards lining the interstate highways around the area have spent the past few weeks telling drivers what else is complicated…the economy, running errands, life. Those same billboards are now revealing the answer: ‘Take it SymphonEasy.’ The idea behind the dual messages from the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra is to understand that while many parts of life are complicated, enjoying it shouldn’t be. … Two events to help open the upcoming symphony season are an open house Aug. 28, at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, and Cover the Town with Sound, a series of free concerts throughout the First Coast on Sept. 19. At the open house, patrons will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for $10. Complete information is available at the symphony’s website.”

Posted August 26, 2010