The Springfield Symphony's next concert is called "Hopeless Romantics"--it's Saturday Feb.5th at 7:30pm in the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts. One of today's most acclaimed violinists, Rachel Barton Pine, will play a Mozart violin concerto; also on the program, Tchaikovsky's "Capriccio Italien" and Richard Strauss's tone poem "Don Juan." For tickets call the Hammons Hall box office at 836-7678 or visit www.missouristatetix.com. The following weekend, Valentine's weekend, the Springfield Symphony invites you to whisk that special someone away for a romantic mini get-away to the Keeter Center on the College of the Ozarks campus on Sunday, February 13 as the Springfield Symphony and Keeter Center again present the "Keeter Center Brunch Series." A full complement of fine culinary delights will be served at the Keeter Center in the Dobyns Dining Room. Brunch reservations begin at 10 AM with the final seating at 12:30 PM and must be purchased in advance. It's followed by an intimate concert in Royal Oak Auditorium at 2:15pm with the Springfield Symphony performing works from its "Hopeless Romantics" concert. The afternoon will be topped off with a free hot chocolate reception, complete with decadent desserts and an opportunity to meet and mingle with Maestro Ron Spigelman and other orchestra musicians. For tickets, call the Symphony at 864-6683.