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 Naples Philharmonic

Andrey Boreyko, Music Director Designate


The Naples Philharmonic has long been recognized as one of the cornerstones of Southwest Florida’s arts community and is increasingly recognized as one of the country’s best young orchestras.

The resident orchestra of Artis—Naples, the Naples Philharmonic performs from September through June each year, offering a wide variety of classical, pop and chamber music performances to the Naples community. The orchestra has also appeared on two PBS television specials and accompanied such renowned artists as Renée Fleming, Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Kiri Te Kanawa, Denyce Graves, Kathleen Battle and Frederica von Stade.

In April 2013 internationally renowned conductor Andrey Boreyko was named Music Director, his first American post.  He is Music Director Designate for the 2013-14 season and begins as Music Director in 2014-15.


Andrey Boreyko

Music Director Designate

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Jack Everly

Principal Pops Conductor

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Masterworks

Naples Philharmonic Classical Series
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Pops

Naples Philharmonic Pops Series
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Sypert Salon

Pre-19th Century Chamber Music Series
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Wang Chamber Music

Mid-19th and 20th Centuries Chamber Music Series
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Membership

Share your love of the arts by becoming a part of The Baker Museum community. Enhance your experience of the Museum’s collection, exhibitions, educational programs, and social opportunities, and enjoy memorable times spent with family and friends by becoming a member today.

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Support

Thanks to the generous financial support of loyal donors, Artis—Naples is Southwest Florida’s most vital cultural resource, presenting the very best of visual and performing arts. We also remain dedicated to transforming the lives of young people through exceptional education opportunities.

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Community

Free multi-disciplinary community days allow families and young people to experience both the orchestra and the museum. Open-air concerts in Cambier Park as well as performances in Bonita Springs and Marco Island extend our reach and make great art accessible to thousands.

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