On April 2, 1978 in Fullerton’s 1300-seat Plummer Auditorium, an intrepid fledgling Pacific Symphony essayed its inaugural concert. Just 45 short years later, the orchestra has navigated a heroic odyssey including international tours to Europe and China…composer commissions…world premieres…a PBS
March has arrived and with it, the return of spring. Here’s what’s happening at Pacific Symphony this month
Pacific Symphony’s 2022-23 Hal and Jeanette Segerstrom Family Foundation Classical Season reflects the orchestra’s diverse repertoire—from core symphonic works to a full-length opera—and a penchant for re-interpreting the classics for the 21st century, through lighting, visuals and multimedia elements…
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.
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine is set to make her Pacific Symphony debut during our Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto concerts Nov. 11 – 13. We’re excited to welcome Rachel Barton Pine to the Renée and Henry Concert Hall.
Composer Frank Ticheli’s “All the World’s a Stage” will receive its world premiere Oct. 14 – 16 during our Beethoven’s “Eroica” concert.
Welcome back! This blog post contains a message from President & CEO John Forstye and video message from Music Director Carl St.Clair.