For your summer enjoyment, our friends at Classical California KUSC have created a perfect playlist for a pleasant stroll through a shady forest on a summer day. We invite you to check it out and go for a walk through
Playlist: Hispanic Heritage Month
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Here at Pacific Symphony, we’ve put together a playlist that was inspired by some of the composers we’ve been listening to lately. Enjoy!
A Chabrier playlist
Emmanuel Chabrier (1841-1894) is pretty much forgotten today, a one-hit wonder to most audiences, his “España” the only piece of his they’ve ever heard. There’s much more to the French composer though. He left a rich supply of orchestral music,
A cello playlist
By CHRIS ADRIANCE Marketing and Loyalty Programs Manager (and cellist)
A Schubert playlist
Although Schubert tragically died young and left many unfinished compositions (not just the famous “Unfinished” Symphony), his legacy is as prolific composer. Completing his first symphony at 16, he went on to compose more than 1500 works, including seven symphonies,
A Shostakovich playlist
A double bass playlist
By ERICA SHARP 1. “The Famous Solo” in E minor for Double Bass 2nd movement by Domenico Dragonetti: 2. Sinfonia Concertante, I. Allegro for Viola and Double Bass by Carl von Ditters Dittersdorf: 3. “The Carnival of the Animals,” V.
A Philip Glass playlist
A playlist of orchestral scherzos that I like. It might also make a good concert program, though you’d probably need to lose one or two.