Experiencing an orchestra is an indescribable event for most people, which is why classical orchestral tickets are popular around the
world. In Florida, The Florida Orchestra maintains a loyal following of fans, with new fans added at every performance. The
Florida Orchestra has the ability to entertain fans from a variety of tastes and backgrounds.
The origins of The Florida Orchestra date back to the 1930s. It was then that the WPA orchestra took hold in Tampa, followed
by the Tampa Symphony Orchestra in the 1940s. In 1959, the Tampa Symphony Orchestra became the Tampa Philharmonic. Also in
the 1940s, the St. Petersburg Symphony formed. In 1966, the two orchestras formed and became The Florida Orchestra, and theater tickets quickly became fan favorites.
When the merger between the St. Petersburg Symphony and the Tampa Philharmonic happened in the 1960s, it was called The
Florida Gulf Coast Symphony. The Florida Orchestra got its current moniker in 1984. It isn't simply fans in Florida who can
enjoy The Florida Orchestra, because it also travels to other venues around the nation.
Throughout the history of The Florida Orchestra, many famed conductors and musicians have performed with the orchestra.
Because of this, seeing The Florida Orchestra live is always a great experience for everyone in the audience. Find out what
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