While patrons don’t often get to see an orchestra librarian, they are an important part of every orchestra. Pacific Symphony’s librarian is Alison Spaeth. An alumna of the Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati College, Alison graduated with a Clarinet Performance
Pacific Overtures is now a glossy four-color quarterly magazine in addition to being a blog and an e-newsletter. We are pleased to offer this new publication, which will keep you informed of what’s going on with your Symphony, and is
During the holiday season, nearly a third of people choose to make gifts to non-profits like the Symphony, so year-end giving is a big deal for us! Giving at year-end can certainly be rewarding personally, but there are practical financial
Music is such an important part of every holiday. Everyone has their favorites. In this blog post, we’re going to feature some of our staff member’s picks. Please note that staff members are listed in alphabetical order by last name.
Happy Holidays! If you still have to get a gift for a music lover in your life, here are some suggestions from our online store with additional tips. Thank you for choosing to shop with Pacific Symphony this season! You’ve got this.
This weekend, Pacific Symphony will be led by Guest Conductor Teddy Abrams during our Mendelssohn’s Violin Concertos between Nov. 11 – 13, 2021. He was recently featured in an article written by Paul Hodgins from Voice of OC. To see the full piece, please click here.
We’re excited to welcome Pacific Symphony Santiago Strings (PSSS), Pacific Symphony Wind Ensemble (PSYWE) and Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra (PSYO) back to the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall starting Sunday, Nov. 14.