For your enjoyment, here is Symphony cellist Laszlo Mezo performing his favorite piece by Bartók: “Romanian Folk Dances,” arranged by Luigi Silva, Laszlo Mezo, Sr. (his father) and Laszlo Mezo, Jr. Laszlo Mezo was born in Hungary to a family
Continuing the Gift of Music for All
By ERICA SHARP Each year for the past 40 years, Pacific Symphony has brought season after season of outstanding concerts and enriching educational programs to roughly 50,000 aspiring musicians, classical aficionados and curious music lovers. As we prepare for the
The Wonderful Music of Oz: an interview with Kelli Rabke
No matter the version, L. Frank Baum’s 1900 children’s book “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” finds new fans with each generation. Just what makes this story still so appealing and compelling after nearly 120 years? “As many incarnations as that
Critics are Raving About Our New Series with KUSC
We recently debuted a new series, called “Classical KUSC @ Pacific Symphony.” Over the past weekend, we had some great coverage of this new series – check out some excerpts, and links to the full articles, below! Cocktails, cake pops
Every month, we keep you up-to-date with the latest in Symphony news, concerts and events, all in one place. Here’s the vlog for November, from the Symphony’s Public Relations & Social Media Manager, Alexey.