South Florida Symphony celebrates one of classical music’s greatest creative geniuses with a special presentation of his epic Symphony No. 9, with a full choir, and the famous “Ode to Joy” finale, featuring bass-baritone Neil Nelson (returning to the SFSO stage following the triumphant Porgy and Bess last season); soprano soprano Robyn Lamp; mezzo-soprano Mabel Ledo; and tenor Edgar Miguel Abréu.
Also on the bill is Schumann’s beloved Piano Concerto. Audience favorite Svetlana Smolina returns to the SFSO stage to perform the Romantic masterpiece.
Feb. 7 at Broward Center.
Tickets from just $25 at southfloridasymphony.org