Florida Intergenerational Orchestra Celebrate the Holidays with LOVE
Boca Raton, Florida-On Sunday, December 11th, The Florida Intergenerational Orchestra will commence its 12th season, a season of celebration, with its opening concert and a pre-concert talk, hosted by its celebrated conductor, Lorraine Marks-Field, at 2:30 P.M. followed by the concert at 3 P.M. at O’Shea Hall on the grounds of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, located at 22094 Lyons Road (corner of Lyons and Palmetto.) The initial Celebration, the first of a trilogy this season, will celebrate the holidays/a special visit from Santa, and also the 50th Anniversary of two of our prominent orchestra members, Dr. Roger and Michele Spott of Boca Raton, who will renew their vows during the concert. This beautiful and unique concert shouldn’t be missed and tickets will be hard to come by, so make your reservations in advance. Tickets are $10 for adults, children under 12 are FREE. Call 561-482-8206.
The orchestra will also celebrate the holidays with music for Christmas, Hanukah, and with the children in the audience participating by marching to the music with Santa. Fun for all ages!! See the musicians in your community perform. It is inspiring to see musicians from ages 9 to 97 performing together in “Harmony”. You may want to dust off your instrument and join us in a future concert.
The orchestra looks forward to another fabulous season. The programs seem to get better every year, and the entire family can see this great, intergenerational orchestra, with musicians ranging in age from 9 to 97. We have noticed that our audiences tend to come back and see all of our concerts each season and the atmosphere is one of a big family of friends and neighbors who all enjoy the wholesome entertainment that an intergenerational orchestra provides. Lorraine Marks-Field, honored conductor is the original creators of the concept of an intergenerational orchestra and has done wonders by “blending the generations with music”. Once again Vince Zabik will be back singing and providing colorful sets. There will also be guest performers.
Additional information about the Florida Intergenerational Orchestra can be obtained by calling 561-482-8206. Lorraine Marks-Field is also available to lecture on the subject of “aging gracefully through music” for your organizations. Check out our website at www.flioa.org Also like us on Facebook. Tickets $10 adult, children 12 and under FREE. Groups rates available for 10 or more guests.