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Friday Musicale


355-7584 645 Oak St., Jacksonville www.fridaymusicale.com


In 1890, Claudia L’Engle Adams began holding weekly


meetings for local musicians in her home as the Ladies’ Friday Musicale. Eventually, men were invited to participate, and the tradition grew into a full-fledged organization with bylaws, official leadership and a new location. Today, Friday Musicale holds concerts featuring various types of music in an intimate setting. In addition, the organization nurtures young musicians by providing programs by and for children as well as awarding scholarships to promising local students.


Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra


354-5547 300 Water St., Ste. 200, Jacksonville www.jaxsymphony.org


A renowned group of elite musicians, the Jacksonville


Symphony Orchestra (JSO) performs throughout Northeast Florida and across the state. Founded in 1949, JSO remains a treasured and highly regarded musical organization. JSO also offers education programs, trains over 200 students in the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra and partners with numerous volunteer organizations.


Jacksonville University College of Fine Arts


256-7677 2800 University Blvd. N., Jacksonville http://arts.ju.edu/


Jacksonville University’s Performing Arts Series holds


numerous performances throughout the school year. A typical art series season includes music concerts, theatrical productions, ballets and modern dance performances.


Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts 646-2222


11901 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville www.fscj.edu/mydegree/campuses/wilson-center


A comprehensive performing and visual arts facility on


Florida State College at Jacksonville’s South Campus, the center features an art gallery, a 500-seat main theater and a studio theater for smaller audiences. In addition, a conference center provides space for business meetings, conferences, fundraising events and social gatherings. Programs include opera, dance and multidisciplinary productions that integrate visual art, music, theater and the humanities.


Players by the Sea


249-0289 106 6th St. N., Jacksonville Beach www.playersbythesea.org


Since 1966, Players by the Sea has committed itself to the


art of theater as well as the First Coast community. The theater presents both classic plays and original productions from local _________________________________________________________________________ aspiring playwrights.


Right: Photo courtesy of Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Top Middle: Riverside Arts Market, photo courtesy of JAX Chamber Bottom Left: Photo Courtesy of First Coast Opera


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