Space Coast Symphony Tickets Giveaway

The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra has two concerts coming up this summer. Wish you had tickets? Well now’s your chance.

Space Coast Symphony Orchestra TicketsThe Space Coast Symphony Orchestra has two concerts coming up this summer. Wish you had tickets? Well now’s your chance. A couple of free Space Coast Symphony Orchestra tickets for one of two upcoming shows (July 21 and Aug. 11) are now within your grasp. Here’s how to enter:

  1. First, click the Facebook share button below and share this post with your friends using the phrase, “Brevard Happening is giving away Space Coast Symphony Orchestra tickets! Enter here!” Make sure to tag both Brevard Happening and Space Coast Symphony Orchestra. (First, make sure you “like” both pages. To tag us in your post, type @ and then the page name. You should see some choices pop up.)
  2. Then, come back to this page and leave us a comment letting us know you entered. (This is important, as it’s how we’ll get your contact info so we can notify you if you win.) Also, tell us why you want to win the tickets and who you’re planning to bring with you to the concert.

New: All you have to do to enter is leave a comment
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On Mon., July 10, Brevard Happening will choose four winners at random. Two winners will receive two tickets each to the concert on July 21 and two winners will recieve two tickets each to the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra concert happening on Aug. 11. Both shows will be held at the Scott Center at Holy Trinity.

Here’s some information about the shows:

Sat. July 21, 2012 – 7 p.m. – Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony

In just four minutes, the bustling Overture to The Marriage of Figaro sets the stage perfectly for the sophisticated and witty four act opera that is to follow. Written in a matter of hours just before the opera’s first performance, Mozart’s main concern appears to have been to give his audience an immediate indication of the opera’s pace, and of the hectic events of the ‘folle journée’ that they were about to witness.  From the first instant, when this music stirs to life, to its sudden explosions of energy,the overture delights all who hear it. The SCSO’s own, William Connell presents Henri Tomasi’s thrilling Trombone Concerto. Though lasting only a little more than a quarter of an hour, it compacts into its three short movements a wide variety of ideas and effects.  With a whole slew of influences, Tomasi’s Trombone Concerto is one of the most exciting and intoxicating Concertos from the 20th Century.   Rachmaninoff ‘sSecond Symphony helped launch the career of this monumental pianist, composer and conductor.  Few romantic works tug at the audience’s heartstrings more insistently than this intense work, with its seemingly endless flow of gorgeous melodies, passionate musical outbursts, luxuriant orchestral textures and kaleidoscopic moods, ranging from the exquisite melancholy of the adagio to the joyous exuberance of the finale.  A musical experience on no account to be missed!

Sun. Aug. 12th, 2012 – 3 p.m. – Call of the Champions: Music of the Olympics

The Space Coast Symphony closes its Summer Series with Call of the Champions. This powerful program features music written for or about the Olympics. Many of the works fit nicely into the fanfare style that characterizes the opening ceremonies; others capture the solemnity of the occasion, culminating in the Olympic Oath. Taken together, they provide a soundtrack for the entire drama of the Olympic phenomenon. This captivating program will be presented with archival and news footage, original film, dramatic photo choreography, and several special surprises.

Winners will be selected and notified via email on Mon. July 9. Prize tickets will be held at will-call and you may get them the night of the concert.

Special thanks to the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra for the tickets and good luck everyone!

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We inserted all of the names into a random chooser and it gave us our four ticket recipients. Congrats to Kirsten and Erin (July 21), and Krista and Regina (Aug. 12)! Your names and email addresses have been sent to Aaron, director of the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, and your tickets should be waiting for you on the date of the concert at will-call.

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