Music Director Carl St.Clair and President John Forsyte just announced classical programming for Pacific Symphony’s 2023-24 season. The Symphony’s 45th season and opening of the Hal and Jeanette Segerstrom Family Foundation Classical Series begins on Thursday, Sept. 21. The series holds 36 concerts
A Message from Carl St. Clair
While February is the shortest month of the year, the concerts you’ll be hearing are long on satisfaction. I will be opening and closing the month with two contrasting concerts. My good friend Yefim Bronfman makes a welcome return to
Season Ahead: Sunday Matinees
For your consideration this season: Sunday Matinees.
Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall
On this day, 15 years ago, we had our first concert at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.
Pacific Symphony: August concerts
Pops conductor Richard Kaufman returns to the podium this month to conduct the orchestra in a live-to-picture performance of John Williams’ score to Steven Spielberg’s “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” on Aug. 18 at the Pacific Amphitheater. Williams won the Oscar for
Pacific Overtures: July
My monthly newsletter, with July concert listings, an interview with Anne Akiko Meyers, news about the orchestra, a playlist, a video and more … Pacific Overtures. July, 2018.
Pacific Symphony: July concerts
This month we get fully into the summer mode, with four concerts outdoors. Our July 4 Spectacular this year features Brass Transit, a Chicago tribute band that will perform hits such as “You’re the Inspiration,” “25 or 6 to 4,” “If
Pacific Overtures: June
Pacific Overtures. June, 2018
Pacific Symphony: June concerts
This month we wind up the season with classical concerts and pops concerts. Here’s a quick guide to all of our events in June, with links to tickets. A pair of young musicians who are already established in international careers
Pacific Symphony: May concerts
Carl St.Clair and Pacific Symphony are off to China in May, performing concerts in Shanghai, Hefei, Wuxi, Chongqing and Beijing in the early and middle part of the month. Their program, previewed in Orange County, features Ravel’s “Daphnis et Chloe”