Valentine’s Day with Katherine Jenkins

We’re excited to welcome Welsh superstar mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins OBE in her Pacific Symphony debut next month.  

Since she burst onto the music scene in 2003, Ms. Jenkins has recorded more than 10 solo albums starting with “Première” in 2004. Her latest, “Cinema Paradiso,” will be the focus of our upcoming pops concert, Feb. 11-12, 2022. Some tracks on the album include “When You Wish Upon a Star” from Disney’s Pinocchio (1940), “Moon River” from Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) and “Somewhere/Tonight” featuring Luke Evans from West Side Story (1961) among others. Selections will be announced from the stage.  

Throughout her career, Katherine Jenkins OBE has performed around the world before patrons like presidents and the British royal family and embarked on several sold-out tours. She also has multiple collaborations that include duets with artists like Andrea Bocelli, Il Divo and Dame Vera Lynn. If you’re a movie music and classical crossover fan, you won’t want to miss this one.  

Pacific Symphony will be led by guest conductor Albert-George Schram and open the first half of the show. To learn more about the show and get tickets, please click here. To learn more about our commitment to the safety of our audiences, please click here

The 2021-22 Pops Series is generously underwritten by the Sharon and Tom Malloy Family.  

2 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day with Katherine Jenkins

  1. I am from Nashville and heard Katherine at her last concert in the USA. She has the best voice I have heard in person. It will be quite a treat and wish I could be there.

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  2. I live in Kentucky and attended 2 of the 3 concerts Katherine performed at Sub Culture in NYC. Loved seeing her live for those intimate concerts. Wish I could attend this concert.

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