Pacific Symphony has once again put together an entertaining SummerFest program for 2022. For this summer’s programming, all three concerts will be held in the beautiful setting of FivePoint Amphitheatre (located in the heart of Orange County) in Irvine.
We’re thrilled for the following Grammy award-winning artists who have performed with Pacific Symphony in the past and for those who are joining us next season. Congratulations, everyone! Enjoy every moment.
Music’s biggest night is this Sunday, April 3. We’re thrilled that so many past and upcoming Pacific Symphony guests and Southern California neighbors are nominated in several categories. Congratulations, everyone! We’re rooting for you!
From Verdi’s “Otello” to Pacific Symphony Santiago Strings’ last concert of the 2021-22 season, here’s what’s happening in April.
The Juilliard School just announced that Orli Shaham is joining the prestigious school’s piano faculty in the 2022-23 academic year. Pianists Soyeon Kate Lee and Shai Wosner also join the faculty. Congratulations, everyone!
Pacific Symphony stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. There has been a program change to this week’s Saint-Saën’s Organ Symphony concerts to include “Prayer for Ukraine” at the top of each concert, March 10-12.
There are three more Sundays at Soka with Pacific Symphony events of the 2021-22 season left. From Beethoven & Mozart later this month to Beethoven’s Violin Concerto in May, you won’t want to miss these very special moments.
In three entertaining and enlightening Zoom webinars, Pacific Symphony Assistant Conductor, Dr. Jacob Sustaita, previews and introduces the upcoming performances of Verdi’s operatic masterpiece, Otello. Each online session will explore the opera’s depiction of jealousy and rage by examining the work’s psychological, musical and dramatic forces.
Celebrate Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, with the Farhang Foundation and Pacific Symphony! A traditional festival that marks the beginning of spring, Nowruz is a time to celebrate the “rebirth of nature” and wash away the past.
In celebration of Black History Month, Pacific Symphony is presenting Langston Hughes’ Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz on Sunday, Feb. 27 at the Irvine Barclay Theatre.