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The San Bernardino Symphony, a vital and integral part of San Bernardino's art community and culture, is looking forward to an exciting new season.

The mission of the Symphony as one of California's leading cultural institutions is to "thrill and delight with the best in symphonic music." Its 86th season of concerts and events has been designed through a collaborative effort with city leaders and response from audiences and community.

The season lineup begins with Virtuosity on October 4, 2014, Home for the Holidays on December 20, 2014, Musical Genius in America on February 7, 2015, Beethoven, Brahms & Bartholdy on April 11,2015, and will end with Triumphant Season Finale, on May 23, 2015.

"The Symphony is a point of Light," said Dr. Anne Viricel, the Executive Director of the San Bernardino Symphony. Having strong relationships in the county for over 86 seasons enables them to be a leader in an on-going arts renaissance. "That's the goal," says Viricel, "to revitalize the city through non-profits and through the arts."

The first concert, Virtuosity, features Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with guest violinist Roberto Cani, and Dvorak's Symphony No. 9, From The New World. As will all their regular season concerts, it will be performed at the historic California Theatre, a 1,718 seat auditorium built in 1928 as a vaudeville movie palace.

"This is the ultimate season opener that we believe will inspire both our beloved returning audiences and new attendees to come and be amazed at the quality of symphonic music available right here in the Inland Empire," said Maestro Frank Fetta, the orchestra's music director and conductor. 

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The majesty of Beethoven’s epic Heroic Symphony brings our season to a stunning and powerful conclusion.

Special Artists: 

Jon Robertson, Conductor

Roberta Rust, Piano 

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Your whole family will enjoy the drama, excitement, and romance that can only be found on Broadway when you sing along with the orchestra in selections from some of your favorite Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals! Who doesn’t love an evening at the theater?

Special Artists: 

Jon Robertson, Conductor 

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Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers live out their story through Prokofiev’s music on this romantic Valentine’s Day concert.

Special Artists: 

Co Nguyen, Conductor 

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Piano virtuoso Vladislav Kosminov performs Chopin’s gorgeous piano concerto on a concert which also features Danish composer Carl Nielsen’s first symphony and music by Redlands’ own Wayne Bohrnstedt.

Special Artists:

Jon Robertson, Conductor

Vladimir Kosminov, Piano 

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The artistry of Redlands Symphony principal trumpet David Scott highlights an evening of beloved 18th century masterpieces.

Special Artists: 

Jon Robertson, Conductor

David Scott, Trumpet

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Seduction… betrayal… love… devotion…

The escapades of Strauss’ Don Juan contrast with the fatherly devotion of Wagner’s Wotan in some of the grandest and most intensely dramatic music ever written.

Special Artists:

Jon Robertson, Conductor

Marina Lenau, Violin

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San Bernardino Symphony presents “Triumphant Season Finale”

May 22, 7:30 p.m

Three composers from the Germanic-Austrian school and Icelandic horn soloist Joseph Ognibene bring the 2014/15 concert season to a rousing finale.

For more info or to obtain tickets, call (909) 381-5388 or visit www.sanbernardinosymphony.org.

 

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San Bernardino Symphony presents “Musical Genius in America"

FEBRUARY 7, 7:30 p.m

Celebrate American musical ingenuity with selections from Ellington, Gershwin, Joplin, and Still. Pianist Yana Reznik performs.

For more info or to obtain tickets, call (909) 381-5388 or visit www.sanbernardinosymphony.org.

 

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San Bernardino Symphony presents “Beethoven, Brahms & Bartholdy”

APRIL 11, 7:30 p.m

San Bernardino. Maestro Frank Fetta conducts a beloved selection of inspired classical music. Todor Pelev and Ana Maria Maldonado perform.

For more info or to obtain tickets, call (909) 381-5388 or visit www.sanbernardinosymphony.org.

 

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