Orlando Philharmonic to offer free tickets to healthcare workers, first responders, and educators

Posted on: October 28, 2021

At upcoming concerts in November and January, the Orlando Philharmonic will offer free tickets for healthcare workers, first responders, and educators. On November 6, the orchestra will honor area healthcare workers and first responders at its “Hochman, Brahms & Sibelius” concert at Calvary Orlando in Winter Park, Florida. The program will feature pianist Benjamin Hochman and the orchestra in Brahms’s First Piano Concerto; also on the program are waltzes by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Sibelius’s Fifth Symphony and Finlandia. On January 8, the Orlando Philharmonic will offer free tickets to local educators for its concert at Calvary Orlando featuring Wang Jie’s Symphonic Overture, “America, the Beautiful”; Gershwin’s Concerto in F with pianist Aaron Diehl; and Gabriel Kahane’s emergency shelter intake form, which will feature a choir comprising members of Orlando’s homeless community. Music Director Eric Jacobsen will conduct both concerts.