Inside In Weilerstein Plays Dvorak
Hear why when she performs Dvorák's passionate Cello Concerto.
Inside In Come to the Cabaret
"Come to the Cabaret" is a revival of the seductive and sophisticated music that was heard in intimate, smoke-filled nightclubs across Germany, France and America during the 1920s and '30s.
Inside In Watts Plays Brahms
Franz Liszt called Brahms's Second "a distinguished work of art in which thought and feeling move in noble harmony." That description could apply equally to pianist Andre Watts.
Santa Ana Summer Strings
The result of a three-way partnership between Pacific Symphony, Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) and the academic support program, THINK Together. More than 150 fourth- and fifth-grade students from Diamond, Harvey and King elementary schools in Santa Ana participated in "Santa Ana Summer Strings," a pilot program that introduces students to the violin through access to intensive summer instruction.
The Three Phantoms — Broadway's Biggest Hits!
An evening of Broadway magic that combines the cachet of "The Phantom of the Opera" with three extraordinary performers who have played that title role, all backed by Pacific Symphony. In addition to soaring melodies from Andrew Lloyd Webber's phenomenon, the concert includes blockbusters from "Les Miserables," "Kiss Me Kate," "Man of La Mancha" and much more!
Inside In Beethoven's Ninth
Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" has thrilled listeners around the world for nearly two centuries. When it premiered in 1824, conducted by Beethoven himself, he heard not a note, so profoundly deaf was he. Nor did he hear the five standing ovations for the most epic choral work ever composed! Two iconic works by Frank Ticheli —"Rest" with Pacific Chorale and "Radiant Voices"—provide a stunning prelude.
Inside In Schubert's Ninth
East meets West with "Sattha" by Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen, audience favorite and winner of the American Composers Competition. Then young superstar Andrew von Oeyen performs a classic piano concerto written by another young superstar, Felix Mendelssohn. Finally, Franz Schubert's ninth and final symphony, known as "The Great."
Inside In La Boheme
Journey inside the music of Puccini's La Boheme with Music Director Carl St. Clair.
Taking "La Boheme" Out of the Pit
Pacific Symphony Music Director Carl St.Clair discusses what it means to take the orchestra "Out of the Pit" for the semi-staged concert version of Puccini's La Boheme to be performed April 19, 21 and 24, 2012.
Inside In ACF 2012 Nowruz Festival
Journey inside the music and Festival of Nowruz with Music Director Carl St. Clair.
Inside In Rossini, Bartok and Rachmaninoff
Journey inside the music of these amazing composers with Music Director Carl St. Clair.
Inside In Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto
Journey inside one of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with Music Director Carl St. Clair.
Inside In Beethoven and Benedetti
Journey inside Beethoven's 4th Symphony and Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1 with Music Director Carl St. Clair.
Inside In Tchaikovsky's Fifth
Journey inside one of Tchaikovsky's greatest works with Music Director Carl St. Clair.
Inside In Vivaldi's Four Seasons
Pacific Symphony's Music Director Carl St.Clair discusses Vivaldi's timeless concerto, "The Four Seasons."
Inside In Mahler's Ninth
Where are the musicians when they perform, other than sitting on stage? Carl St. Clair reveals the secret place musicians go to bring music to life. You can go there, too.
The Pacific Symphony Story
Hear our story from our first European tour to the opening of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall to our dedication to education and community programs.
Pacific Symphony 2010-2011 Year in Review
Relive favorite moments from Pacific Symphony's 2010-2011 season including OC Can You Play, Music Unwound and Year of the Piano.
Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra in Bulgaria
PSYO welcomed with standing ovations in Varna, Plovdiv and Sofia
Thank you Target for Symphony in the Cities
The orchestra performed free concerts in Mission Viejo, Irvine and Lake Forest