By: CultureOwl

COVID-19 isn't stopping the community from creating creative ways for us all to experience all things art virtually. The Symphonia has launched “The SYMPHONIA At Home” - a weekly Facebook Live series on Thursdays at 5 p.m.

Jeffrey Kaye, M.M., Artistic Director and Principal Trumpet, kicked off the informal series, performing his trumpet straight from his back porch, alongside his rescue dog, Gidget.  

“Just because we're all hunkered down at home doesn't mean we can't enjoy a little live music from the professional musicians of The Symphonia,” said Annabel Russell, Executive Director. “This series will hopefully bring a little joy to those who view it, and frankly, we don’t know what to expect – we’re leaving the artistic creativity up to each musician, so this should be fun!”  

Since The Symphonia's performance season was cut short due to mandatory closures, the group is hoping this initiative will help bring the music into classical music lovers' homes and showcase the people and personalities behind the instruments in this informal series.

For more information, visit Symphonia's facebook page.

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