My monthly newsletter … Pacific Overtures. May, 2018.
Pacific Chorale announces 2018-2019 season
The Pacific Chorale, longtime artistic partners of Pacific Symphony and most recently collaborators on “The Passion of Ramakrishna” performance at Carnegie Hall, has unveiled plans for its 2018-2019 concert season. The Costa Mesa-based resident choir of the Segerstrom Center for
Video: Carnegie Hall debut recap
Our videographer Paul Harkins put this together.
Pre-concert talk for Philip Glass concert at Carnegie Hall
(Here’s my pre-concert lecture delivered at 7 p.m. last Saturday in New York. Due to a change in plans, it wasn’t actually given in Carnegie Hall, but across the street in a meeting room at the Park Central Hotel.) Carnegie
Reviews of Pacific Symphony’s Carnegie Hall performance
Here are links to the reviews of Pacific Symphony’s debut at Carnegie Hall on April 21 in a program of music by Ravi Shankar and Philip Glass. I will add reviews if as they come in. The New York Times
Saturday at Carnegie Hall and other adventures
Saturday in New York was jam-packed for anyone associated with Pacific Symphony. My own day started pleasantly with breakfast below the Plaza Hotel with wife and brother-in-law, also in New York on business. In the early afternoon I met Symphony
Friday in New York
Friday was an eventful day for the orchestra as well as for me. First, on the personal front, the wife and I grabbed a cab and took in the fabulous Thomas Cole exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. During
Thursday night at Carnegie Hall
Pacific Overtures, April
My newsletter for April — click on the link below … Pacific Overtures. April, 2018.
Pacific Symphony: April concerts
For Carl St.Clair and Pacific Symphony, April is the coolest month. It’s all about Carnegie Hall. As in the conductor and orchestra will make their debut there. Yes, it’s a big deal. The 80th birthday tribute to Philip Glass presented