Symphony visits the Wild West! Lake County’s professional resident symphony orchestra since 2005, Florida Lakes Symphony Orchestra, presents a grand finale to its Season of beautiful symphonic music with a Cowboy Serenade–a tribute to the sweeping plains of the West with “Dances with Wolves”, “Shenandoah”, “Ashokan Farewell”, “Ghost Riders”, “On the Trail”,” Rodeo Hoedown” by Copland, John Williams score for “Cowboy Overture”, Leroy Anderson’s “Chicken Reel” and many more. The audience is encouraged to don their cowboy best attire!

The concert takes place on Friday, April 20 at the Family Christian Center, 2500 South Hwy 27 (corner of Steve’s Rd) Clermont and on Thurs April 19 at Epiphany Celebration Anglican Church, 1724 South Bay ST. (Rte 19N) in Eustis. Both concerts begin at 7:30 pm.

Prices: $15 student $25 parent $30 group of 10 or more $42 in advance or online $45 at the door. for more info: 352-589-1500 or online at

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