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Anthony Inglis and the
National Symphony Orchestra
on Cunard's Queen Mary 2
Transatlantic Sailing From New York to London
September 11 - 18, 2023
From September 11 - 18, 2023, a regular favorite in the Cunard calendar, the UK's National Symphony Orchestra sets sail again, with Maestro Anthony Inglis leading the ensemble in memorable orchestral performances in the Royal Court Theatre. Guests will enjoy an evening of all-American music, including Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue," after departing New York and an evening celebrating the best of British music before arriving in Southampton. Charismatic conductor Inglis leads the audience, guest choir, soloists, and orchestra in both concerts, as well as presenting another afternoon concert featuring Ravel's "Bolero."
Join me, Dr. Amanda Stringer, CEO of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, on this memorable gigantic seven-night party across the Atlantic. I look forward to spending the week with you.
More about Dr. Amanda Stringer*
Alongside a Q&A with Anthony, guests will have the opportunity to audition for the choir and practice under the guidance of the NSO, ready for a group performance during the evening's show.
During this very special Transatlantic Crossing, guests will be treated to an evening of American-themed numbers and one showcasing the Best of British.
101 things to do
on Queen Mary 2
Dr. Amanda (Many) Stringer has been CEO of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra since 2010. Her achievements include increasing the budget by 170%, increasing corporate sponsorships and annual fund donations by 200%; widening the TSO's subscriber base; increasing federal and regional funding through new grants; and instituting many new initiatives and programs. Dr. Stinger is actively engaged in the industry's association of orchestras, the League of American Orchestras (LAO), and currently serves as Vice-Chair of her constituent group.
In 2016, Mandy was chosen to participate in the LAO's "Emerging Leaders Program," a highly competitive program where participants are selected based on their potential to make significant contributions to their orchestras and the fields. She is also a graduate of the LAO's prestigious "Essentials of Orchestra Management" program.
Mandy has been on the music faculties of the University of Oklahoma and Florida State University and has been involved in the Tallahassee community through managing the World of South Festival of Literature and Music, acting as a Knight Foundation Creative Communities Institute Catalyst, participating in the Leadership Tallahassee program, membership in the Florida Economic Club, serving on the Leon High School Foundation Board of Trustees, acting as the Leon High Lacrosse Boosters' Treasurer, and sitting on the Leon County Tourist Development Council.
Dr. Amand Stringer
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