Brevard Symphony Orchestra

Ring in the holidays with your Brevard Symphony Orchestra! Pianist Rich Ridenour - a Pops favorite - and soprano Karen Shriner spread holiday cheer in this family-friendly concert featuring traditional carols, holiday pops favorites, an audience sing-along, and more!

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Dave Koz & Friends 25th Anniversary Christmas Tour

Join Dave Koz and Friends for a special holiday treat!

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The Nutcracker

Space Coast Ballet and Brevard Symphony Orchestra present the 19th annual Holiday spectacular.

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Holiday Dreams! A Spectacular Holiday Cirque

A ground-breaking holiday show that incorporates acrobats, aerialists, comedians, daredevils and award-winning specialty acts performing incredible feats using the latest in visual and technological "magic"!

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Gloria! A Christmas Celebration!

The concert will feature Gloria by Francis Poulenc. Members of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra will accompany, and Amy Cofield will be soprano soloist.

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Christmas with Sal

Golden-voiced crooner Sal "The Voice" Valentinetti performs holiday favorites and standards that he’s known for with the Rat-Pack style that has made him hugely popular.

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A Rockapella Christmas

Rockapella brings it’s exciting, internationally acclaimed, acappella sound back to the King Center for the Performing Arts with a night of holiday classics.

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A Night to Remember - A Christmas Musical

"A Night To Remember" is our original Christmas musical.  It's the Christmas story set to ten original songs.  Additionally, this performance is also a fundraiser.  A portion of every ticket sold will be donated to the Semper Fi & America's Fund and The Wounded Warrior Foundation Project!

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Sleeping Beauty

The evil fairy Carabosse curses Princess Aurora for 100 years of sleep with a single-finger prick on her 16th birthday. Doomed by fate, only a sweet kiss from the prince can break the spell and wake up the sleeping beauty. A fascinating tale comes to life in exquisite production, "a master class in classical style" (The Guardian), with "some of the most delightful steps in the 19th-century repertoire". 

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