The Harvard Club is invited to attend a special evening with The Florida Orchestra who will perform Mozart’s last symphony, No. 41 “Jupiter,” Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1 and Stravinsky’s Symphony in C.

Cindy Francis, Michael’s wife, is a fellow alumna (H’02, HBS ’07) and helping to organize this event for the club. This will be a great opportunity to come hear the orchestra again or even perhaps for the first time.  Get the full story at the pre-concert conversation, one hour (7 PM) before the performance in the concert hall.

After the concert, you and your guests are invited backstage and welcomed to join Michael and Cindy for drinks afterwards at a local bar/restaurant. If you would like to come backstage, please contact Cori Lint ( who will give further instructions. 

Cost: Tickets will be discounted 25% (plus ticketing fees) for those who book online and use the coupon code [HARVARD]. Regular priced tickets are $15-$45.

When: Friday, November 4, 2016,  Concert begins at 8:00 PM, Pre-Concert Conversation at 7:00 PM.

Location: Straz Center, Carol Morsani Hall, 1010 N Macinnes Pl, Tampa, FL 33602

Click here to buy tickets. Link:   Coupon code [HARVARD] for discounted tickets. 

About Mozart's Jupiter Symphony

Despite Mozart’s financial and other troubles, the most amazing thing happened in the summer of 1788: In only six weeks, Mozart composed his three greatest symphonies, No. 39-41. Perhaps the best of those was No. 41, nicknamed “Jupiter,” brimming with melodies. It was also his last symphony, composed at only age 32. Also on the program is brilliant young violinist Benjamin Beilman in his TFO debut on Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1; and Stravinsky’s Symphony in C (TFO premiere), composed during a time of great personal strife and the ominous start of World War II.  Michael Francis conducts.  Benjamin Beilman, violin. Get the full stories at the pre-concert conversation, one hour before the performance in the concert hall.