Journey of resilience and inspiration: Pacific Symphony presents unique, semi-staged program that includes “Carmina Burana,” one of the most popular pieces ever written
Pacific Symphony announces 2014-15 Hal and Jeanette Segerstrom Family Foundation Classical Series— Celebrating Music Director Carl St.Clair’s 25th Anniversary
For fourth year, Pacific Symphony invites community musicians to join the orchestra onstage for “OC Can You Play with Us?” rehearsal and performance led by Music Director Carl St.Clair
Pacific Symphony’s 2014 Gala “By the Sea” delivers whimsy of turn-of-the-century seaside amusement park rife with bathing beauties, carnival stunts and red hot big band!
Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Season Finale showcases winning concertos by five remarkable young musicians, then culminates with Tchaikovsky’s triumphant Fifth Symphony
Classical meets contemporary when Pacific Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble concludes season with dreamy, celestial works by Bach, Whitacre and Ticheli
“Brahms, Bartók and Beyond”: Infused with the spirit of European folk music, Pacific Symphony’s final Café Ludwig chamber concert is an ideal way to spend a Sunday afternoon
Pacific Symphony and Magic Circle Mime Co. bring to life Prokofiev’s beloved children’s tale, “Peter and the Wolf,” for fun and entertaining Family Series season finale
“From Screen to Score”: Four major film composers take break from Hollywood to present new concert works for Pacific Symphony’s 14th American Composers Festival
“Imagine That!” Pacific Symphony Santiago Strings partners with The Studio at Sage Hill to inspire creativity in music and art during season finale concert and exhibition
It’s a magical treat for the eyes and ears when Pacific Symphony delivers a stunning fusion of cirque acts synched to classical music’s finest masterpieces—“Cirque de la Symphonie”
International superstar—Sarah Chang—shines with brilliance when she joins Pacific Symphony to play Sibelius’ Violin Concerto; concert also features Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8
Skies sizzle and crackle with fireworks and the magic of music as Pacific Symphony’s 2014 Summer Festival gets underway with five concerts at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater Lineup includes “July 4th with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy,” “Gershwin Greats,” Disney “Fantasia,” Kenny G and annual favorite, “Tchaikovsky Spectacular”
Symbol for a brighter future: on March 25, Naxos to release recording of Richard Danielpour’s “Toward a Season of Peace,” commissioned and performed by Pacific Symphony
Sniff, sip, savor, spend! Sold-out seventh-annual Pacific Coast Wine Festival raises final toast after netting more than $372,000 for Pacific Symphony programs!
Soar with the heart-tugging melodies of Chopin’s “Piano Concerto No. 1,” performed by Yulianna Avdeeva; then take the heroic journey of Strauss’ epic “Ein Heldenleben”
Pacific Symphony and Segerstrom Center for the Arts join forces to present edgy-cool, genre-defying organ virtuoso Cameron Carpenter in a one-time-only night of music
Pacific Symphony recipient of $2 million gift given by James and Catherine Emmi in support of orchestra operations and endowment
“Dinosaurs!” Journey into prehistoric times with Pacific Symphony for Family Musical Mornings concert featuring the William J. Gillespie Concert Organ
Former Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan legend Michael McDonald brings his soft-rock and soulful style of singing to Pacific Symphony Pops for a rockin’ night of hits
Desires, dreams, jazz and love: Pacific Symphony visits 19th century France for “Ravel’s Piano Concerto,” featuring pianist Alexandre Tharaud and guest conductor Thierry Fischer
Intricate melodies sing in the hands of Pacific Symphony principal musicians led by pianist Orli Shaham for Café Ludwig’s chamber concert, “The Brilliance of Bach”
“OC Front and Center” continues with free event! Pacific Symphony hosts “Community Ensembles Festival,” featuring eight outstanding orange county music groups
“Glee” heart-throb Matthew Morrison to make hearts flutter and pound when he joins Pacific Symphony for a Valentine’s Day weekend extravaganza of song and dance
All for one and one for all! Pacific Symphony welcomes back organist Dennis James to perform the soundtrack to the classic 1921 silent film, “The Three Musketeers”
Knock-Out voices, full orchestra deliver passionate tale of doomed love as Pacific Symphony’s next semi-staged concert-opera brings to life Verdi’s “La Traviata”
Drink in the delicious musical cocktail that is Pink Martini—the widely popular "Little Orchestra" joins Pacific Symphony Pops for a night of genre-crossing, world-inspired music!
Pacific Symphony League regales guests with "A Valentine Prelude": benefit dinner and entertainment before pops concert with Matthew Morrison—Feb. 13
Bountiful bouquet of fine wines sure to entice and enchant guests of Seventh Annual Pacific Coast Wine Festival benefiting Pacific Symphony—held at Island Hotel, March 1
Experience the breathtaking mastery of Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto when Pacific Symphony welcomes Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, performing a double-role!
“OC Front and Center”! Pacific Symphony presents three events showcasing a month of community talent in January!
Pacific Symphony and Chapman University join forces for—“Decoding Shostakovich”—Festival to explore iconic composer through variety of events, now through Feb. 8
It’s a very merry “Christmas With LeAnn Rimes” when the vocal superstar joins Pacific Symphony for the very first time!
Revel in the majesty of the season with Pacific Symphony's "Holiday Organ Spectacular," featuring organist Todd Wilson, Broadway veteran Lisa Vroman and principal musicians
Angelic dancers, gallant princes and sugar plum fairies ignite Tchaikovksy's timeless tale as Pacific Symphony presents annual holiday favorite—"Nutcracker For Kids"
Spine-tingling angelic choruses sing out "Hallelujah!" when Pacific Symphony is joined by Pacific Chorale for sacred holiday favorite: "Handel's Glorious Messiah"
Experience the triumph! For first time, Pacific Symphony tells the story of great hero in Jewish history with Handel’s “Judas Maccabaeus” led by Pacific Chorale’s John Alexander
Orchestral Tour De Force and thundering piano chords combine for Pacific Symphony concert, featuring Korean pianist Joyce Yang playing Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1
Beauty, simplicity, passion and exotic rhythms headline Pacific Symphony’s 2013-14 Café Ludwig Chamber Series Opening Concert: “Mozart, Schubert and More”
Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra's 2013-14 Season off to rousing start with Verdi's "La Forza Del Destino," Grieg's "Norwegian Dances" and Saint-Saëns' Symphony No. 3
Virtuosic fireworks of the female persuasion for Pacific Symphony’s “Beethoven’s Triple Concerto,” featuring Eroica Trio; and women of Pacific Chorale tackle Debussy’s “Nocturnes”
Pacific Symphony League hosts "Barbeque and Brahms"- full day at an exclusive ranch with gardens, lagoon, horses, exotic animals, food, fashion, entertainment, original art and more!
Pacific Symphony opens pops season with Broadway sensation Michael Cavanaugh in "Songs Of Elton John and More" for a showstopping performance of iconic hits
Pacific Symphony musicians reach contract agreement with orchestra management as negotiations come to successful conclusion
"Halloween Masquerade" - Pacific Symphony's musical cross-cultural holiday extravaganza celebrates Halloween and Latin American traditions
Pacific Symphony's 35th Anniversary Season Opening Celebration, "Rachmaninoff From Russia With Love" raises the roof and $165,000 for artistic and education programs
Scalding-hot flamenco rhythms, sultry Spanish guitar and evocative poems of Lorca inspire Pacific Symphony's "Rodrigo's Concierto," led by music director Carl St.Clair
Pacific Symphony adds "Glee's" award-winning Matthew Morrison for Valentine's Day Concert featuring Broadway hits
Pacific Symphony celebrates opening of 35th Anniversary Season with "Rachmaninoff From Russia With Love" party and concert featuring “Conrad Tao Plays Rach 3”
Pacific Symphony Music Director Carl St.Clair accepts appointment as music director of Costa Rica's National Symphony Orchestra
Catch Pacific Symphony's new Wavelength Festival of Music presented by the All-New Mercedes-Benz CLA at the Pacific Amphitheatre
Pacific Symphony's 35th Anniversary Season opens with piano sensation Conrad Tao performing Rachmaninoff's demanding and thrilling Piano Concerto No. 3 on Sept. 26-28
For second time, National Endowment for the Humanities awards $300,000 to six-orchestra consortium led by Pacific Symphony for humanities-infused concert programs
Tchaikovksy galore: thunderous Piano Concerto No. 1, booming "1812" Overture, Symphony No. 4 and more mark the end to Pacific Symphony's "Spectacular" Summer Festival!
'It's a night of favorite movies and music when Pacific Symphony's Summer Festival 2013 presents "Pixar in Concert" with film clips from "Toy Story," "Brave," "Finding Nemo," "WALL-E," "Up" and more!
Catch Pacific Symphony's Wavelength Festival of Music presented by the All-New Mercedes-Benz CLA August 22, 23, 24 & 25, 2013 at Pacific Amphitheatre at the OC Fair & Event Center.
"Roll Over, Beethoven!" It's Bach to Rock for Pacific Symphony and special guest band, J.T. and Friends, as they deliver a mighty mix of pop, rock, soul and classical hits
Wavelength Festival of Music, presented by the All-New Mercedes-Benz CLA, connects with young audiences through new music experience Pacific Symphony cites early presenting sponsorship support by Mercedes-Benz as key to new music festival's success
'Pacific Symphony's Wavelength Festival of Music - Saturday August 24th KCRW presents Z-Trip and Bonobo for an evening curated by Jason Bentley with members of Pacific Symphony'
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