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Polish-American soprano Dorothy Gal is one of four all-star soloists to join the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra for “Broadway to Hollywood,” the Symphony’s first indoor concert since the pandemic.

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The Space Coastline Symphony Orchestra heads from “Broadway to Hollywood” for a live performance that — woohoo! — marks the orchestra’s return to an indoor venue considering that the pandemic confined its performances to the good outdoors. Certainly, compliance with a comprehensive record of protocols will be necessary from the audience, but you will be indoors … eventually.

This paean to the brainworming music of Broadway and Hollywood will be at 7 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 9, at Holy Trinity Episcopal Center’s Scott Middle, 5625 Holy Trinity Push, Melbourne.

4 all-star soloists will be a part of the symphony for vocals to favorites from phase and display, which include legendary tunes by Richard Rodgers, Jerome Kern, Mitch Leigh, Meredith Wilsson, Leonard Bernstein, Cole Porter, Frank Loesser, Frederick Loewe and Andrew Lloyd Webber.