In this their inaugural year, Pacific Symphony Youth Concert Band (PSYCB) is the newest addition to the PSYE family of ensembles. Founded in 2022 through the generous sponsorship and advocacy of Hans and Valerie Imhof and John and Elizabeth Stahr,
Pacific Symphony’s first concert in December—Miloš Plays Rodrigo (Dec. 1-3)—features Joaquin Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez. Written in 1939, the work could be considered Spain’s most famous musical export. Not only is the Concierto a stunningly beautiful work for guitar and
Music Director Carl St.Clair shared his thoughts about Pacific Symphony’s new Composer-in-Residence Viet Cuong: “From literally the first seconds of hearing Viet’s music, I realized that I was in the presence of a special voice, one connected in a most profound
It is with immense pride and pleasure that we welcome you to our 2022-23 Pacific Symphony Youth Ensembles concert season! This is an exciting season of firsts as we celebrate the arrival of our newest PSYE family member, Pacific Symphony
With Pacific Symphony’s 2022-23 season now underway, it’s important to look behind the scenes and offer appreciation to all the individuals who volunteer their time and resources to ensure the success of the Symphony. Devoted to the organization’s mission, goals,
Put your party hats on! Pacific Symphony is giving donors, subscribers, and patrons a taste of our Pops Season with our first-ever popUP Prelude Party! Pacific Symphony announced the addition of a special popUP concert on Tues., Oct. 25. Guest
Pacific Symphony just added a special Valentine’s Day show with blue-eyed soul pioneers, The Righteous Brothers (Feb. 10-11, 2023), to the 2022-23 Pops Season led by Principal Pops Conductor Laureate Richard Kaufman and underwritten by the Sharon and Tom Malloy Family. Guest conductor to be announced.
A new month is upon us. Here’s your lineup for May 2022. Thank you for joining us, everyone!
Pacific Symphony audiences will enjoy Mozart & Salieri, a creative collaboration between South Coast Repertory, Pacific Chorale and the Symphony, May 19-21, 2022. Adapted from the Tony Award-winning play and Oscar-winning movie Amadeus by Peter Shaffer, Mozart & Salieri includes a complete performance of Mozart’s Requiem, Don Giovanni Overture and other selections.
Reviews for Verdi’s “Otello” are starting to come in! This review was originally written by Timothy Mangan, a contributing writer for Arts & Culture at Voice of OC.