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.
Abrams fell in love with music at a young age. Not only was he a member of the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra for several seasons and graduated from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, he has also studied under renowned conductors like Michael Tilson Thomas. His professional journey began when he was 21-years-old, to give you a brief background.
In addition to conducting, he plays the piano and clarinet and even composes. When he’s not on tour, Maestro Abrams is the Music Director for the Louisville Orchestra and Britt Festival Orchestra in Oregon. Earlier this year, Musical America named him “Conductor of the Year.” We’re excited to welcome him in his debut appearance with us.
Don’t forget to catch him in action at the concert hall tonight, tomorrow and Saturday! Tickets are still available. To learn more about the show, please click here.
Thank you for the mention, Voice of OC! To read more of their Arts & Culture section, please click here.