Quick, what time is it? What about today’s date? A millennium or two before the cell phone came along, you couldn’t just reach into your pocket for a reminder. It took some figuring, and the first step was to look
His contract has also been extended through August 31, 2020! Read excerpts from the press release below: Pacific Symphony announces the promotion of Assistant Conductor Roger Kalia to the position of Associate Conductor as well as his contract extension through
Concertmaster Dennis Kim walks you through Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Scheherazade,” and performs some wonderful excerpts from the piece. Check it out on YouTube below! You can find information on this concert here!
The Pacific Symphony’s intelligently planned first concert of 2019—Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain, Chopin’s First Piano Concerto, and Prokofiev’s Seventh Symphony—was the perfect cleanser for any lingering holiday staleness. It was vividly played, insightfully conducted by guest David Danzmayr, and
Guest conductor David Danzmyer leads our orchestra through the finale of Prokofiev’s 7th Symphony, a distinctly nostalgic and melancholy piece, and the last one the great composer ever penned. Here is a clip, from our concerts last weekend.
Genuine, charismatic and down to earth. Pianist Gabriela Martinez puts a smile on your face when you talk with her and grabs your attention when she plays. A truly gifted artist that the Symphony was honored to play with this
Discussing the composer’s transition from darkness to light, Principal Flute Ben Smolen sits down to talk about Mussorgsky’s “Night on Bald Mountain,” the first piece in next weekend’s concert, “Chopin’s Piano Concerto.”
The New Year is here, and with it comes a new vlog hosted by Concertmaster Dennis Kim! All your Symphony news for concerts and events, all in one place every month. Make sure to subscribe here and on YouTube so you