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Homewood Life

Berlin to Birmingham isn’t a move many people make, but Venezuela-born Carlos Izcaray and his wife, Yolanda Serafimov, jumped right in, and after three years, Carlos says they’re settling right in to the Edgewood community of Homewood. “It’s very different. It’s a tight community,” he says, in a soft, hypnotizing accent that sounds like words rolling of his tongue like water. “It’s gone very nicely,” he says. “We don’t feel like newbies anymore.”

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Alabama Newscenter

Alabama Symphony Orchestra Red Diamond SuperPOPS! and Samford University Wright Center present “Disney in Concert: Tale as Old as Time” Saturday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m.

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Alabama Newscenter

The Alabama Symphony Orchestra presents Prokofiev’s Romeo & Juliet Feb. 15-16 at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.

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Bham Now

What’s your favorite Disney musical score between 1940 and today? I bet you’ll find it on the program for Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s next SuperPOPS! performance, Disney in Concert: Tale as Old as Time. Get your tickets before they’re gone. This show is one night only, Saturday, February 23, 7PM, at the Wright Center, with seats starting at $19.

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WBUR

As he watches the political unrest in his native country grow, the Venezuela-born conductor of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Carlos Izcaray, is turning to a familiar place in search of solace and hope: music.

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Style Blueprint

Today’s gorgeous and talented models, Yifan Zhou, Kathleen Costello and Hillary Tidman are three of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s female musicians.

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OTMJ

The Decorators’ ShowHouse is an event benefiting Alabama Symphony Orchestra that started 43 years ago. Each year, a house gets an interior design makeover, and decorators have the opportunity to showcase their work. Visitors can buy tickets ahead of time or at the door, and refreshments are available as they browse through the house. The ShowHouse decorators also will host seminars throughout the event

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Broadway World

The thunderous shake felt over the weekend was not weather related. It was due to two legendary works of music performed by the Alabama Symphony Orchestra at UAB's Alys Stephens Center. If you hold a misconception of classical music not being palatable, I encourage you to visit the next offering of Alabama Symphony Orchestra and have your mind blown.

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Bham Now

When “The Rite of Spring” premiered in Paris in 1913, the uproar of the audience made history. What will the Stravinsky composition make you do? Find out with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, January 18 and 19, 7PM, at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center. Also on the bill: five Birmingham choirs join the ASO players to deliver “Carmina Burana” with mammoth force.

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Alabama Symphony Orchestra

The ASO is proud of the Alabama Symphony Youth Orchestra members who made the 2019 All State Orchestra. They perform on Sunday, February 10, in Auburn.

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