Sunday, March 21, 2021 - 3:00pm

1707 16th Street Vero Beach, FL 32960


WILLIAMS  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
WILLIAMS  Suite from Jane Eyre
WILLIAMS  Suite from Far and Away
WILLIAMS  Selections from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
WILLIAMS  Selections from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
WILLIAMS  Angela's Ashes
WILLIAMS  Schindler's List
WILLIAMS  Superman
WILLIAMS  Dartmoor, 1912 from War Horse
WILLIAMS  March from 1941
WILLIAMS  The Patriot
WILLIAMS  Hook
WILLIAMS  Memoirs of a Geisha
WILLIAMS  Viktor's Theme from "The Terminal"

Carey Moorman, violin
Jennifer Royals, clarinet
Paul Fleury, cello

The music from your favorite films is brought to life in an epic evening featuring classics from Academy Award-winning composer John Williams.  The music of John Williams has transported us beyond our imagination - to new worlds - through heart-pounding adventures.   With a career spanning over six decades, he has composed some of the most popular and recognizable film scores in cinematic history.  Be there as your SCSO performs all of your John Williams favorites: Harry Potter, Superman, Hook, and Star Wars.   Also experience some of his more intimate scores such as Angela's Ashes, The Patriot, Schindler's List, War Horse, Memoirs of a Geisha, and more!

Artist Information


Carey Moorman is Concertmaster of the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra.  He also performs regularly with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra and Atlantic Classical Orchestra.   Moorman also served for years as the Principal Second Violin for the Brevard Symphony Orchestra.  Moorman has been the Associate Concertmaster for the Pine Bluff Symphony and the Fort Smith Symphony as well as Principal Second Violinist with the Conway Symphony.  He was previously a Tenured Violinist with the Arkansas Symphony and performed with the Pinnacle Players Chamber Orchestra and the Wildwood Opera Festival.  Moorman has several solo Concerto performances on violin and viola with Orchestra to his credit as well, including several performances with the Space Coast Symphony.   His chamber collaborations both (violin and viola) include Scott Kluksdahl, J.T. Posadas, Michael Wiseman, Ayako Yonetani, Bharat Chandra, Phil Paglialonga, Daniel Askerov, and many others.  Moorman was the 1st prize winner in the Stella Boyle Smith Young Artist Competition and the Little Rock Music Coterie Competition.

He has performed in masterclasses for Jonathan Carney.  Moorman studied with Professor Kevork Mardirossian at the University of Central Arkansas and earned his degree in Music Performance.  He has been First violinist with Encore String Quartet, Pinnacle String Quartet, and the Falstaff String Quartet.   Moorman also has taught multiple violin clinics for the Pine Bluff Orchestra Workshop, coached musicians for the Brevard Chamber Music Seminar, and judged Concerto Competitions throughout Florida.   Carey is a founding member and Artistic Director of Quartet Movement, a new education initiative of the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra.

Paul is a hybrid cellist, and highly skilled in classical, jazz improvisation, rock, and Blues/R&B. He has performed with many orchestras worldwide; as well as touring, recording with them. He makes his home in Orlando, FL and currently sits principal cellist with seven orchestras, as well as performing with many others in the area. He includes the internationally acclaimed Mantovani Orchestra in this list; touring in Asia and Europe, with several other tours planned in the coming year. He has performed in venues that range from Carnegie Hall to jam sessions throughout the world, and is highly respected in the musical community for his versatility. He has had his professional career stretch for 39 years, and did his first concerto with the Florida Symphony Orchestra at age 12. By the age of 14, he was being hired by professional contractors locally, further advancing his career before starting high school. At 15, he accepted his first principal chair position with the Space Coast Symphony (now the Space Coast Pops). Since then, he has expanded his experience.

His Broadway touring credits include Aida, Sound of Music, Les Miserables, Lion King, and West Side Story amongst others as principal cellist.

In addition to his classical career, his mainstream career started promptly after college, when he was offered an international tour with the Mantovani Orchestra, an orchestra for which he still sits principal chair. His discography now includes such names as Shinedown, Gloria Gaynor, Wayne Gratz, Matchbox20, Primary Colorz, Creed, Irene Cara, and Rod Stewart, Jon Anderson to name a few.

Paul continues to tour as principal cellist with such names as Rod Stewart, Page & Plant (Led Zepplin), Natalie Cole, Moody Blues, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Shirley Jones, Robert Goulet, TSO, Donna Summer, Dennis DeYoung (STYXX), Chicago, Led Zepplin Live, Johhny Mathis, Barry Manilow, Smokey Robinson, including solo duets on stage with Peter Cetera, Clay Aiken, Bernadette Peters, Mannheim Steamroller, Weird Al, Metallica, Amy Lee, The Who, to name a few.

With over 200 compositions in his library, and close to 500 arrangements, he continues to push the limit with mainstream and pop music, bringing it into the libraries of classical musicians. His compositions have been used on television, radio, independent movies, government public relations, military commercials, and the Olympics. Not to neglect classical music, he is now a published author of cello technique, releasing his Scale Book for cello, Exotic Scale books for cello, violin and viola, as well as a Dexterity Manual for left-hand technique.