EVENT HORIZON in Concert February 25 & 26!

February 25, 2017

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Back by popular demand, the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra will present “The Planets in HD,” a celebration of space exploration. The concert opens up with the Southeast US Premiere of an atmospheric and engaging work by Bruce Babcock, Event Horizon, with video footage from the NASA-Hubble space telescope. Then, the SCSO present one of Collins’ favorite collaborators, award-winning composer Kenneth Fuchs. Guitarist and composer D.J. Sparr will perform Fuchs’ powerful Glacier (Concerto for Electric Guitar and Orchestra). In 2014, the SCSO dazzled audiences with Gustav Holst’s epic work, The Planets. Experience a profound new approach to Holst’s symphonic powerhouse, The Planets, live with HD images from NASA projected on the big screen.

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