Orlando Philharmonic’s Symphony in HD: Live at Full Sail University

The Orlando Philharmonic invites you to a showcase of classical music and technology in this special event to benefit the orchestra. This year’s concert program, “Music of the Night,” takes attendees on a musical journey from twilight to sunrise, featuring classical works and Broadway hits, with a special appearance by Broadway ‘Phantom’ Davis Gaines. The full orchestra will perform against a spectacular backdrop of film, photography and animation created by students and faculty of Full Sail University. The evening begins at 6:30 p.m. and includes silent auction, dinner, concert and post-concert party with dancing and music.

PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY

Highlighted by the partnership between the Orlando Philharmonic and Full Sail University, this exciting concert gala is a showcase of classical music and the creative use of innovative technology presented in one of the most technologically advanced venues in the country, Full Sail Live. All proceeds benefit the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.

THE EVENING BEGINS AT 6:30 P.M. with drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction on the Backlot, Full Sail University’s outdoor movie set.

8:00 P.M. Upon entering Full Sail Live, guests will enjoy a three course meal and concert experience. A live auction will provide an array of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities and exciting travel packages. (Click here to browse a list of auction items) or see items in our live auction.

AFTER THE CONCERT Join us for a festive outdoor party with Orlando Philharmonic musicians and Full Sail faculty.

Dress: cocktail attire

Cost: $250 per person. Proceeds benefit the Orlando Philharmonic, and a portion of your ticket price is tax-deductible.

Make your Reservation  for Individual Tickets at $250 each

At last year’s Symphony in HD gala, the creative team at Full Sail University helped transform the stage into a virtual opera set while Janette Zilioli, Soprano performed Mozart’s “Queen of the Night” aria. Join us this year for our second annual Symphony in HD gala, as we feature Davis Gaines and an entirely new, technology-filled concert program. Tickets and more information at www.orlandophil.org/HD

More information about the gala: http://orlandophil.org/hd