Friday, September 11, 2020 - 7:00pm
To Be Determined
KABALEVSKY Comedians Galop
MOZART Marriage of Figaro Overture
ROSSINI Barber of Seville
TCHAIKOVSKY Finale from "1812 Overture"
GERSHWIN Porgy and Bess
KHACAHATURIAN Sabre Dance
PDQ BACH Beethoven Symphony No. 5 Sportscast
PRYOR Blue Bells of Scotland (Alex Regazzi, trombone)
MARQUEZ Danzon No. 2
SAINT-SAENS Danse Bacchanale, from “Samson et Dalila”
Alex Regazzi, trombone
Andrew Cleaver, sportscaster
Back by popular demand, Fan Favorites returns. Twelve seasons and hundreds of requests have led to Fan Favorites Redux, a concert chock-full of your favorites. SCSO Principal Trombonist, Alexis Regazzi joins the orchestra to perform the virtuosic showpiece, Blue Bells of Scotland. Featuring popular works by Ravel, Tchaikovsky Rossini, Beethoven, and more, this concert of wall-to-wall classics is just for you.
Becoming a musical force of nature, Alexis Regazzi has been playing trombone professionally since 1999. Alex was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1981 and was the first child of Giancarlo and Nilsa Regazzi. After moving to Orlando, Florida from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in 1987, Alex grew up in the heart of Central Florida. Attending Dr. Phillips High School’s Visual Performing Art Magnet, he was exposed to many different facets of music including music theory, band, orchestra, jazz band, and chorus. After graduating, Alex attended The Manhattan School of Music and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance in 2003. Since then, Mr. Regazzi has performed with The Hartford Symphony, The Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, The Chelsea Symphony, The Huntsville Symphony, The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, The Florida Orchestra, The Bach Festival Society Orchestra, The Villages Philharmonic, Hollywood Festival Orchestra, and Space Coast Symphony Orchestra. He has performed in such places as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Mexico’s Bellas Artes, and Tokyo’s Bunkamura Hall. He is a Sony Classical recording artist with The Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas “Mi Alma Mexicana.” He has performed in the Latin Grammy Orchestra featuring Gloria Estefan, Patty Label, Santana, and John Legend. In addition to performing, Alex is a low brass instructor and clinician throughout Central Florida.