Orlando Phil Presents Beethoven-Centered Resonate Festival in February

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  • Orlando Phil Artist in Residence Stewart Goodyear

The Orlando Philharmonic will soon present its first-ever Resonate Festival, scheduled for the first weekend in February.

From Thursday to Monday February 3 to 7, the Phil will take over Plaza Live, presenting a Beethoven-rich program of concertos, overtures and more intimate chamber pieces.

Resonate will also feature the performing talents of Phil’s current Artist-in-Residence, pianist and composer Stewart Goodyear.

“Performing these concertos brings me into the public side of Beethoven – great theatre, great drama, great virtuosity and, above all, great gaiety. These plays present him as an entertainer, actor, storyteller and playwright. To me, these concertos are chases of unbridled joy,” Goodyear said in a press release.

Tickets for Resonate can be purchased through the Phil from Orlando.

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