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CARNEGIE AND CHINA: A LOOK BACK!

 

MORE PHOTOS FROM CHINA!

sandiegosymphony's China Tour
album on Photobucket

 

STANDING OVATION AT YANTAI, CHINA -
NOVEMBER 3, 2013:


IMAGES OF A DEBUT:
SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY AND LANG LANG

AT CARNEGIE HALL: OCTOBER 29, 2013!
(Photos by Jennifer Taylor)

 

PRESS CONTACT:

Stephen Kougias
Director of Public Relations
619.615.3951
skougias@sandiegosymphony.org

 

SOLD OUT CARNEGIE HALL PERFORMANCE ON OCTOBER 29, 2013!

On Tuesday, October 29, 2013, the San Diego Symphony, led by music director Jahja Ling, with guest pianist, Lang Lang, performed a SOLD OUT concert at Carnegie Hall (Isaac Stern Auditorium / Ronald O. Perelman Family Stage), one of the most prestigious concert halls in the world. CLICK HERE FOR THE OFFICIAL CARNEGIE HALL AND CHINA PRESS PACKAGE.

It has been many years in the making, and the San Diego Symphony continues on its journey to reach this major milestone. We are delighted to share our excitement with you and hope you will join us for this historical event.


Some images from an unforgettable night:

sandiegosymphony's Carnegie
Hall album on Photobucket

 

The concert's grand finale at Carnegie Hall:

 

Read the latest press and blog posts on our trip to Carnegie Hall and China here:

Giving Back Magazine: San Diego Symphony Performs at Carnegie Hall
December 2013
U-T San Diego TV: "Ward" Gill Talks About the Experiences of Carnegie Hall and The China Friendship Tour on UT-TV Morning News
December 3, 2013
KUSI-TV "Good Morning San Diego": Carnegie Hall, China...and Back in San Diego! CLICK HERE for Segment 1; CLICK HERE for Segment 2.
November 20, 2013
FeastofMusic.com: San Diego Symphony Takes Carnegie Hall by Storm
November 3, 2013
New York Times Review:
A Statement of Purpose From First-Time Visitors; San Diego Symphony at Carnegie Hall

October 30, 2013
U-T San Diego Review: 
SD Symphony Resonates at Carnegie;
Ensemble is Superb in First Performance on Classical Music’s Biggest Stage

October 29, 2013
U-T San Diego: Orchestra Poised for Carnegie; San Diego Symphony Performs Tonight at Carnegie for the First Time
October 29, 2013
China Daily USA: San Diego Symphony Debuts at Carnegie Before Setting Off for China
October 29, 2013
CarnegieHall.org BlogPost: David Bruce: Upstairs, Downstairs at Carnegie Hall
October 28, 2013
San Diego Magazine: Live From New York; The San Diego Symphony and Maestro Jahja Ling Take Manhattan, then China. First Stop: Carnegie Hall
November 2013 Issue
U-T San Diego: Fans of San Diego Symphony Head to Carnegie Hall
October 28, 2013
U-T San Diego: The Restrained Side of Lang Lang; Program with Lang Lang shows San Diego Symphony Ready for Carnegie Hall
October 27, 2013
San Diego Magazine: Live From New York; The San Diego Symphony and Maestro Jahja Ling Take Manhattan, then China. First Stop: Carnegie Hall
November 2013 Issue
U-T San Diego: The Force Behind Symphony's Tour; June Shillman Uses Her Contacts to Make China Tour a Reality for SD Symphony
October 26, 2013
U-T San Diego: A Different Direction; On the Road with the San Diego Symphony
October 20, 2013
U-T San Diego: Star Power; Chinese Pianist Lang Lang is a the Biggest Name in Classical Music - and a Good Friend of the San Diego Symphony
October 20, 2013
U-T San Diego: Symphony Director Eager to Show What He has Created; After 10 Years at the Helm, Jahja Ling Says Bringing the Orchestra to China is "Perfect."
October 20, 2013
Official Press Packet for Carnegie Hall and China Friendship Tour: CLICK HERE!
October 2013



CARNEGIE HALL PERFORMANCE:

LANG LANG PLAYS
RACHMANINOFF
with SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY
SOLD OUT!!

New York City
October 29, 8pm
Jahja Ling, conductor; Lang Lang, piano

BRUCE: Night Parade (New York Premiere)
RACHMANINOFF: Piano Concerto No. 2

PROKOFIEV: Symphony No. 5

(Lang Lang poster at Carnegie Hall photo by
...Lang Lang!) 

 


CHINA FRIENDSHIP TOUR 2013

Find out more about the San Diego Symphony's China Friendship Tour that occurred November 1-10, 2013, directly after their Carnegie Hall triumph!

This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.