Ancient Egypt Comes to Daytona Beach with the Opera Aida on January 22nd!


DAYTONA BEACH, Florida (January 8, 2016) – The Daytona Beach Symphony Society’s 64th Season at the Peabody Auditorium (600 Auditorium Blvd), Daytona Beach, continues on Friday, January 22nd at 7:00pm with one of the most popular and spectacular operas of all time, Aida.


Touring company Teatro Lirico D’Europa brings a fully-staged production to the Peabody Auditorium, including a 40-piece orchestra and English supertitles.


“And we encourage patrons to join us at the free pre-concert talks, which, for Aida, will take place in the Peabody Auditorium at 6:00pm, with speaker Dr. Ernest Murphy, Jr.” adds Tracy Marino, Director of Marketing and Development. “It is a wonderful way to gain background and insights into the evening’s performance.”


Sponsors for Aida include Grand Season Sponsor, the Daytona Beach Symphony Guild; Season Sponsor, the Loretta and Michael Kahn Foundation; Associate Sponsors, Warren & Mary Ann Hoffner, Orthopaedic Clinic of Daytona Beach, and Michel C. Samson, MD, FRCSC, FACS. Hospitality sponsors are Carefree Catering and Total Wine & More.


The 64th Season will continue with these performances:

Sunday, January 24             Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra

Wednesday, February 24     Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra

Friday, February 26             Giselle · Moscow Festival Ballet

Sunday, March 20               Cirque de la Symphonie · Jacksonville Symphony


Single tickets range from $39-$68, and can be purchased at the Peabody Box Office, online at or by calling 800-745-3000. For information on performances, gift certificates and community programs, call the Symphony Society office at 386-253-2901.


About Us

The Daytona Beach Symphony Society is a non-profit dedicated to bringing the excitement of classical and modern music, dance and opera to the widest possible audience. We inspire and encourage the students of Volusia County to develop an appreciation for music through our YES! Program, now in it’s 20th year. By bringing the highest quality national and international symphonic orchestras and soloists to Volusia County, we generate an awareness and appreciation of music, dance and opera for residents and visitors.



Tracy Marino, Director of Marketing & Development

Daytona Beach Symphony Society

[email protected]

Ph: 386-253-2901

P.O. Box 2

Daytona Beach, FL 32115