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The Pensacola Symphony closes it’s Saenger Season this Saturday, April 28th, at 7:30pm.  The evening, which includes works by Nielsen and Rogerson,  will be anchored by the Symphonie Fantastique of Hector Berlioz.   Music Director Peter Rubardt and UWF professor Dr. Hedi Salanki stopped by the WUWF studios to share some thoughts on this landmark piece .

Press Release:The University of West Florida and the National Security Agency announce a partnership to enhance cybersecurity workforce development and create accelerated pathways toward completion of an undergraduate cybersecurity degree program.  The agreement allows students who complete the Joint Cyber Analysis Course to earn undergraduate credit hours at UWF. JCAC is open to active military.

The Pensacola Symphony continues it’s Saenger Season this Saturday,March 3, at 7:30 p.m.  The evening will be devoted to music of Franz Joseph Haydn.  Special guests will include choruses from the University of West Florida and Pensacola Christian College, as well as cellist Scott Kluksdahl.   Music Director Peter Rubardt and UWF professor Dr. Hedi Salanki stopped by the WUWF studios to share some thoughts on the great Viennese master.

The Pensacola Symphony returns to the stage of the Saenger Theatre this Saturday, January 13, at 7:30 p.m.  Electric violinist Tracy Silverman will be joining the orchestra for their annual “Beethoven and Blue Jeans” concert.  The wide-ranging program will be anchored by Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.  Music Director Peter Rubardt and UWF professor Dr. Hedi Salanki stopped by the WUWF studios to share some thoughts on the performance.

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Photo-Choreography comes to the stage of the Saenger Theatre this Saturday in a unique collaboration with the Pensacola Symphony.  The concert, which starts at 7:30 p.m., will feature the premiere performance of “Pensacola: Then and Now,” a collection of historic and present-day images that will be projected in coordination with the PSO’s performance.  Music Director Peter Rubardt and Photo-Choreographer Nicholas Bardonnay stopped by the WUWF studios to talk about the performance.  

 The Pensacola Symphony will open its 92nd season this Saturday in the Saenger Theatre in downtown Pensacola.  The concert, which starts at 7:30, will feature Cuban pianist Santiago Rodriguez in a program of works by Strauss, Ravel, Saint-Saens, and Berlioz.  Music Director Peter Rubardt and UWF Distinguished Professor Dr. Hedi Salanki stopped by the WUWF studios to share some thoughts on the upcoming performance.

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The Pensacola Symphony closes its season this Saturday, April 29,  at 7:30 p.m.  The program includes music of Leonard Bernstein and Richard Danielpour, and will end with Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony.  Music Director Peter Rubardt and UWF professor Dr. Hedi Salanki stopped by the WUWF studios to share some thoughts on the performance.

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Press Release from the University of West Florida:

The University of West Florida formally installed Dr. Martha Saunders as its sixth president during the inauguration ceremony held on April 21 at the UWF Center for Fine and Performing Arts.

“The inauguration of a new president is really a celebration of the university she serves,” Saunders said.

It’s time for the Pensacola Symphony’s annual Russian Spectacular concert, which will take place this Saturday April 1 at 7:30 p.m. on the stage of the Saenger Theatre.  Guest conductor William Eddins will lead works by Borodin, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Tchaikovsky.  PSO Music director Peter Rubardt caught up with Eddins on the phone late last week to talk about Russian music, the fifth symphony of Tchaikovsky, and what it’s like to be a guest conductor. 

The Pensacola Symphony returns to the stage of the Saenger Theatre for a very special performance this Saturday, March 4th at 7:30pm.  A single piece is on the program: Mahler's epic third symphony.  Music Director Peter Rubardt and UWF professor Dr.

The Pensacola Symphony returns to the stage of the Saenger Theatre this Saturday, January 14th, at 7:30pm.  Pianist Jon Nakamatsu will join the orchestra for the annual “Beethoven and Blue Jeans” concert.   Music Director Peter Rubardt and UWF professor Dr. Hedi Salanki stopped by the WUWF studios to share some thoughts on the performance.

HS: This music is so healthy, so happy! No wonder it is one of the most popular classical pieces.

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More than half of Florida's active registered voters have already cast ballots ahead of Election Day. The others are now casting ballots, including voters in the western Panhandle.

Escambia County Supervisor of Elections David Stafford says as of midday, turnout was “brisk,” with about 33,000 votes cast since the polls opened at 7:00 a.m.  

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