Special Event “La Traviata” Highlights June Streaming Programs

Cecilia Violetta López as “Violetta” in Pacific Symphony’s production of Verdi’s “La Traviata”

The popular PacificSymphony+ streaming concerts promise more engaging programming continuing in June. The big highlight this month will be Verdi’s “La Traviata,” especially adapted to be performed semi-staged. There will be two Pops Friday concerts that offer a virtual night at the movies, with favorite soundtracks under the baton of Richard Kaufman. Café Ludwig will present two programs: the first offers a world premiere and the second streams LIVE from the Samueli Theater. Family programming will take place on two Saturday mornings. And Thursdays @ 7 throughout June feature your Pacific Symphony in great classical repertoire. All programs are offered for a month after their premiere date, and, with the exception of special event “La Traviata,” they are free of charge.

June 3: Vivaldi’s Spring (Thursdays @ 7)

June 5: “La Traviata” (Special Opera Event)

June 10: Songs of the Auvergne (Thursdays @ 7)

June 11: A Virtual Night at the Movies, Part 1 (Pops Fridays)

June 12: The Curious Case of the Vanishing Violin (Family Musical Mornings)

June 13: Parallel Isolations (Café Ludwig)

June 17: Starburst (Thursdays @ 7)

June 20: Café Ludwig LIVE from the Samueli Theater

June 24: Schubert’s Symphony No. 5 (Thursdays @ 7)

June 25: A Virtual Night at the Movies, Part 2 (Pops Fridays)

June 26: Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony (Family Musical Moment)

To review all PacificSymphony+ concerts, click here.

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