Play your part in our presentation of The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci by adopting an instrument in the orchestra. We’ll present the regional premiere of this spectacular work composed by Jocelyn Hagen on Saturday, March 4 at 7:30 pm in the University of West Florida’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You can read more about the piece (and see samples of the video) here:

Full adoption of an instrument is $250. Partial adoptions are available for a minimum of $50. You’ll receive our thanks on Facebook, on our website, and in our program book. You can adopt one (or more) of these instruments: • Violin 2 • Percussion 2

Already fully adopted: • Bassoon (Gwynedd Chadwick and Cedric Feinstein  • Cello (R. Vance Blakely) • Flute (Erin Moline) • Clarinet (Charlie Smoke and Jerry Shannon) • Oboe (A Friend) • Double Bass (Barbara Lewis) • Viola (Vicki Gordziel and Louise Hawley) • Horn (Carla Thomas) • Percussion 1 (Jennifer and Mike Adkins)

Partially adopted: • Violin 1 (Pam Davey, Tatyana Vlasova and Darnell Jackson) • Harp (Wilco and Mary West) • Piano (Sarah Brown, Tatyana Vlasova and Darnell Jackson)

To play your part, follow this link to complete the adoption form. Then download and email it to or print and mail it with your check payable to CSOP to 1000 College Boulevard, Room 803, Pensacola, FL 32504.

Also, you can visit our Facebook page and use the Donate button under the cover image to make your contributions, then email to specify the instrument you’re adopting and, in 100 words or less, let us know why you chose that particular instrument. Also, tell us how you’d like your name listed in acknowledgments or if you’d prefer to be identified as “a friend.”