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Six evenings of music you can’t afford to miss. Join Music Director Carl St.Clair for a concert series personally curated to create perfect romantic date nights!

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This series consists of 4 performances.

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Pacific symphony Mahler Symphony No. 9

Mahler Symphony No. 9

January 12 - 14, 2023

It's Mahler's last completed symphony. To many—his greatest. Carl St.Clair conducts the sublime Ninth Symphony of Gustav Mahler. Poignant and profound, the Ninth is Mahler’s moving testament of the artist and his own mortality. A powerfully affecting musical journey that one can't experience on their own.

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Pacific symphony Tchaikovsky & Strauss

Tchaikovsky & Strauss

February 23 - 25, 2023

Tchaikovsky poured his soul into symphonies that would express his anguish and passions as no music had ever dared to. Carl St.Clair conducts Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony. The evening is complemented with the music of Richard Strauss and his graceful Serenade for Winds.  Concertmaster Dennis Kim presents the world premiere of the new Violin Concerto of dynamic American composer, John Wineglass. With multiple Emmy nominations for his music for television, Wineglass is a vital presence in the symphonic world. Be there for the first performance of his captivating new work.

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Pacific symphony Verdi's Rigoletto

Verdi's Rigoletto

April 20 - 25, 2023

A lecherous Duke, who lives to take his pleasure. His twisted court jester, who lives to take his revenge. Carl St.Clair conducts this season’s semi-staged opera production: Verdi’s Rigoletto, the composer’s masterpiece of duplicity and deception. A full theatrical experience in the splendor of the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.

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Pacific symphony Grieg's Piano Concerto

Grieg's Piano Concerto

June 01 - 03, 2023

This is one of the most beloved, most passionate Piano Concertos in the entire repertoire. The brilliant Louis Lortie, noted by The New York Times for his “splendid technique and thoughtful soul,” plays Greig’s immortal concerto. Teddy Abrams, at the forefront of America’s new generation of conductors leads Stravinsky’s colorful Petrushka, and an overture of his own.

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