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May 24 2014

Ending Their Season in a Blaze of Sonic Glory

SanDiegoStory.com
May 23 2014

Symphony and Brahms Get the Job Done; Final Masterworks Program Shows Orchestra's Strengths and Weaknesses

U-T San Diego
May 22 2014

Kirill Gerstein Brings Russian Rain; Downpour of Tchaikovsky, Stravinksy Rachmaninoff Hits Jacobs Music Center

San Diego Reader
May 19 2014

San Diego Symphony Responds to San Diego Opera Season 2015 Announcement

Press Release
May 18 2014

Gerstein the Evening’s Shooting Star in Rachmaninoff

Bachtrack.com
May 18 2014

Gerstein and Symphony Rock Rach 3

SanDiegoStory.com
May 16 2014

Gerstein's Rachmaninoff Rocks; Soloist with San Diego Symphony Energizes Rachmaninoff Concerto

U-T San Diego
May 11 2014

Nuvi Mehta Talks About "Rachmaninoff in the Key of Jazz" and more one “Inside Art”

KSDS-FM Jazz 88.3
May 8 2014

Principal Pops Conductor Bill Conti and Director of Education and Community Engagement Adrienne Valencia appear on KUSI's "Good Morning San Diego"

KUSI-TV
May 6 2014

Debussy, Bartók and Tchaikovsky at the San Diego Symphony; Concertmaster Jeff Thayer Plays the Solo while Debussy and Tchaikovsky Pine and Yearn

San Diego Reader
May 4 2014

From French to Polish, with a Dash of Paprika in San Diego

BachTrack.com
May 3 2014

Tchaikovsky’s Third or Thayer’s Second?

SanDiegoStory.com
May 2 2014

A Good Night for the San Diego Symphony; Violinist Jeff Thayer Shines in Bartók Concerto

U-T San Diego
Apr 29 2014

Dohnányi, Historical Seating Produce a Riveting Beethoven Fifth

SanDiegoStory.com
Apr 28 2014

Brahms, Beethoven, Axe and Dohnányi at the San Diego Symphony; Two Legendary Headliners at San Diego Symphony Deliver on Expectations

San Diego Reader
Apr 28 2014

Dohnányi Masters Two Bs – with Help from Ax

BachTrack.com (U.K)
Apr 25 2014

Dohnányi Offers an Exhilarating Fifth; Famed Conductor, San Diego Symphony, Offer Affirmative Performance

U-T San Diego
Apr 22 2014

'Star Trek' Voyaging to a Symphony Near You

cnet.com