The San Diego Symphony is thrilled to announced our return to indoor performances beginning in January 2022. Our Winter/Spring 2022 concert season, offering 31 performances of classical and contemporary masterworks and chamber music, runs from January 15 through May 27, 2022. Presented as “Hear Us Here,” the season will give the San Diego Symphony the opportunity to bring its music to a wider audience, with concerts performed at nine venues in the city and across San Diego County, including the Symphony’s newest venue, The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park.

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CONCERTS AND LOCATIONS:

Tue Jan 11, 7:30PM

SPANISH GUITAR, ITALIAN GUITAR

Jason Vieaux, guitar
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

PASCULLI: Homage to Bellini for English Horn and Piano
VERDI: String Quartet in E minor
J.S. BACH: Presto from Violin Sonata No. 1 in G minor (arr. Vieaux)
ALBENIZ: “Asturias” from Suite espanola
D. SCARLATTI: Sonata in A Major (arr. Brouwer)
TARREGA: Capricho árabe
BOCCHERINI: Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D Major, Fandango

[Chamber Series: Tue at The Conrad]

Sat Jan 15, 8:00PM | Sun Jan 16, 2:00PM

EDO DE WAART CONDUCTS COPLAND AND DVOŘÁK

Edo de Waart, conductor
Simone Lamsma, violin

COPLAND: Suite from Appalachian Spring (full orchestra version)
KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto in D Major
DVOŘÁK: Symphony No. 8 in G Major

Principal Guest Conductor Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in a richly varied program beginning with Aaron Copland’s legendary portrait of rural America, Appalachian Spring. The exquisitely talented Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma plays Erich Korngold’s Hollywood-inspired Violin Concerto and, to finish, Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 sends us out filled with optimism and a love of the countryside and the natural world.

[Sat/Sun at The Civic Theater]

Fri Jan 28, 8:00PM | Sat Jan 29, 2:00PM

RACHMANINOFF'S RHAPSODY AND BERLIOZ'S SYMPHONIE FANTASTIQUE

Rafael Payare, conductor
George Li, piano

STILL: Darker America
RACHMANINOFF: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique

Music Director Rafael Payare and the Orchestra bring us two ever-green popular favorites: Hector Berlioz's astonishingly daring Symphonie fantastique, an early romantic epic of unrequited love and passion; and before it, the great Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, in which they are joined by the American pianist George Li. The program opens with American music – William Grant Still's tone poem of sorrow, hope and prayer, intended, as the composer wrote, to be "representative of the American Negro and suggest the triumph of a people over their sorrows..."

[Fri/Sat at The Civic Theater]

Thu Feb 3, 7:30PM | Fri Feb 4, 7:30PM | Sat Feb 5, 2:00PM | Sun Feb 6, 2:00PM

FOUR SEASONS BY VIVALDI AND PIAZZOLLA

Christopher Dragon, conductor
Elena Urioste, violin

GOLIJOV: Last Round
VIVALDI: Le quattro stagioni (The Four Seasons)
alternating with
PIAZZOLLA: Las cuatro estaciones porteñas (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires)

Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons is adored for its extremely catchy tunes and for its vivid depiction of early 18th century Italian life through the year. Several hundred years later the great Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla wrote his own version as an ode to Buenos Aires infused with melodic yearning and tango rhythms. Conductor Christopher Dragon leads the Orchestra and is joined by the young American violinist Elena Urioste for an evening of music in which different worlds reach out to one another.

[Thu at The Conrad, Fri at The Village Church]
[Non-sub: Sat at SW College, Sun at The Conrad]

Sat Feb 26, 8:00PM

PAYARE LEADS TCHAIKOVSKY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Pacho Flores, trumpet

Andrew NORMAN: Drip Blip Sparkle Spin Glint Glide Glow Float Flop Chop Pop Shatter Splash
NERUDA: Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major
Paquito D'RIVERA: Concerto venezolano for Trumpet and Orchestra (U.S. Premiere; SDSO co-commission)
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4 in F minor

From the terror of its opening brass fanfare through to the wild delirium of its ending, Piotr Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony takes us on a journey of unstoppable drama, filled with aching melodies, thundering climaxes and the psychological torments of a hero struggling with implacable fate. Trumpeter Pacho Flores stars in the U.S. premiere of a new concerto by Paquito D'Rivera, a jazzy tribute to the Venezuelan people by the Cuban-born composer. And the concert opens with an enchanting orchestral firework by the young California-based composer Andrew Norman.

[Saturday at Civic Theater]

Tue Mar 1, 7:30PM

JAZZ-LATIN-CLASSICAL FUSION

Pacho Flores, trumpet
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

Music for solo trumpet by PAQUITO D’RIVERA, EFRAIN OSCHER, PACHO FLORES and others
PAQUITO D’RIVERA: Aires tropicales
MARTINŮ: Suite from La revue de cuisine (Jazz-Ballet)

[Chamber Series: Tue at The Conrad]

Sat Mar 5, 8:00PM | Sun Mar 6, 2:00PM | Sun Mar 6, 7:00PM

MOZART AND CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES' VIOLIN CONCERTO

Rafael Payare, conductor
Jeff Thayer, violin

SCHNITTKE: Moz-Art à la Haydn
CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES: Violin Concerto No. 9 in G Major
MOZART: Serenade No. 10 in B-flat Major, Gran partita

A concert in honour and celebration of the playfulness and depth of the “classical music” of the late 18th century. In the first half, concertmaster Jeff Thayer joins music director Rafael Payare and the strings of the orchestra for a violin concerto by the Black French composer, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges (a contemporary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), preceded by Alfred Schnittke's witty reimagining of Mozart's Music for a Pantomime in the style of Haydn. In the second half, the wind instruments of the orchestra give us Mozart's glorious Gran Partita. This was the music, in the film Amadeus, which made Salieri exclaim: "It seemed to me that I was hearing the voice of God."

[Sat Eve + Sun Mat at The Conrad]
[Non-sub: Sun Eve at The Conrad]

Wed Mar 16, 7:30PM | Fri Mar 18, 7:30PM

BEETHOVEN, MOZART AND SHOSTAKOVICH

Jonathon Heyward, conductor
Yeol Eum Son, piano

BEETHOVEN: Leonore Overture No. 3
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor
SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 9 in E-flat Major

A rising star among young American conductors, Jonathon Heyward, leads the Orchestra in Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9. Written in 1945 at the end of World War 2, this symphony was expected by the Soviet authorities to be a loud and noisy public celebration; when the composer created instead this lovely work of lightness, delicacy, charm and personal sorrow, he was roundly criticized by the political hacks. South Korean pianist Yeol Eum Son, well-known for her interpretations of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, makes her San Diego debut with one of that master's greatest concertos.

[Wed at CCAE, Fri at The Village Church]

Wed Mar 30, 7:30PM

THE WIDE WORLD OF WU MAN

Wu Man, pipa (chinese lute)
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

Program to be announced.

[Chamber Series: Wed at The Conrad]

Wed Apr 20, 7:30PM | Thu Apr 21, 7:30PM | Sat Apr 23, 2:00PM

MENDELSSOHN'S "ITALIAN"

Ankush Kumar Bahl, conductor
Jeremy Kurtz-Harris, double bass

Andrés MARTÍN: Double Bass Concerto No. 1
MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 4, Italian
Other selections to be announced.

Conductor Ankush Kumar Bahl takes us on a musical voyage to the immortal “land where the lemon-trees bloom, and the gold orange glows...” in Felix Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony, inspired by his year-long trip to that country in 1830. Principal bass Jeremy Kurtz-Harris performs music by Tijuana-based composer Andrés Martín, whose concerto draws on the rhythms of tango from his native Argentina.

[Wednesday at CCAE]
[Non-sub: Thu at Kroc Theatre, Sat at P. Henry High]

Wed Apr 27, 7:30PM | Thu Apr 28, 7:30PM | Fri Apr 29, 7:30PM

EDO DE WAART, OLIVERSON AND MENDELSSOHN'S VIOLIN

Edo de Waart, conductor
Aubree Oliverson, violin

HAYDN: Symphony No. 93 in D Major
MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto in E minor
MOZART: Symphony No. 38 in D Major, Prague

Rising-star violinist Aubree Oliverson plays Felix Mendelssohn’s astonishing masterpiece, one of the best-loved violin concertos of all time, with its heart-tugging melodies and virtuoso fireworks. Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s dark and dramatic Prague Symphony, and the concert begins with Franz Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 93, the first of the set of 12 that he created for London audiences at the end of his career.

[Wednesday at CCAE, Fri at Village Church]
[Non-sub: Thu at Poway CPA]

Sun May 1, 2:00PM

BRAHMS' PIANO QUINTET

Benjamin Hochman, piano
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

BRAHMS: Piano Quintet in F minor
Other works to be announced.

[Chamber Series: Sun at The Conrad]

Fri May 6, 7:00PM | Sat May 7, 5:00PM

GRIEG'S PIANO CONCERTO AND SCHEHERAZADE

Tianyi Lu, conductor
Gabriela Martinez, piano

Salina FISHER: Tupaia
GRIEG: Piano Concerto in A minor
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade

Edvard Grieg’s world-famous piano concerto will feature the acclaimed Gabriela Martinez ("compelling, elegant, and incisive," – New York Times). Making her San Diego Symphony debut, conductor Tianyi Lu leads the orchestra in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphonic showpiece based on the ancient stories of the Arabian Nights, including the voyages of Sinbad the Sailor; and voyages, oceanic and celestial, are explored in Tupaia, by New Zealand composer Salina Fisher.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Sat May 14, 5:00PM | Sun May 15, 5:00PM

BRONFMAN PLAYS BRAHMS

Jahja Ling, conductor
Tasha Koontz, soprano
Yefim Bronfman, piano

GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite (Selections compiled by J. Ling)
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor

Edvard Grieg appears also in the first half of this concert, led by Conductor Laureate Jahja Ling, with Maestro Ling's own selection of movements from the Norwegian composer's unforgettable incidental score written to accompany the first performance of the play Peer Gynt, by his friend and contemporary Henrik Ibsen. For Johannes Brahms’ vast and tragic Piano Concerto No. 1, composed as a memorial to his beloved friend the composer Robert Schumann, the soloist is one of the greatest exponents of this music in our time, Yefim Bronfman.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Sat May 21, 5:00PM | Sun May 22, 5:00PM

PAYARE CONDUCTS RAVEL AND DEBUSSY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Veronika Eberle, violin

Esa-Pekka SALONEN: Nyx
PROKOFIEV: Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major
RAVEL: Suite No. 2 from Daphnis et Chloé
DEBUSSY: La mer (The Sea)

Rafael Payare leads the Orchestra in a program that begins with Esa-Pekka Salonen’s virtuosic symphonic poem, Nyx. The quiet and intimate lyricism of Serge Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, written in the middle of the Russian Revolution, is brought to life by German violinist Veronika Eberle. Two contrasted masterpieces by the greatest French composers of the early 20th century, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, show the San Diego Symphony Orchestra at its most brilliant and virtuosic.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Fri May 27, 7:00PM | Sat May 28, 5:00PM

BEETHOVEN'S NINTH SYMPHONY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Alisa Weilerstein, cello
Felicia Moore, soprano
Ronnita Miller, mezzo-soprano
Mario Chang, tenor
Peixin Chen, bass
San Diego Master Chorale

ELGAR: Cello Concerto in E minor
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Choral

Join Rafael Payare for an unmissable season finale at The Rady Shell as he leads probably the most iconic and powerful work in all of classical music: Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. From the dramatic tension of its opening pages to its glorious choral finale setting Schiller's defiant political poem "Ode to Joy," this is a symphony that draws us all together to celebrate and embrace our common humanity. The concert opens with superstar cellist Alisa Weilerstein in Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto, the English composer's impassioned lament for the catastrophe of the First World War.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

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Sat Jan 15, 8:00PM

EDO DE WAART CONDUCTS COPLAND AND DVOŘÁK

Edo de Waart, conductor
Simone Lamsma, violin

COPLAND: Suite from Appalachian Spring (full orchestra version)
KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto in D Major
DVOŘÁK: Symphony No. 8 in G Major

Principal Guest Conductor Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in a richly varied program beginning with Aaron Copland’s legendary portrait of rural America, Appalachian Spring. The exquisitely talented Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma plays Erich Korngold’s Hollywood-inspired Violin Concerto and, to finish, Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 sends us out filled with optimism and a love of the countryside and the natural world.

[Sat/Sun at The Civic Theater]

Fri Jan 28, 8:00PM

RACHMANINOFF'S RHAPSODY AND BERLIOZ'S SYMPHONIE FANTASTIQUE

Rafael Payare, conductor
George Li, piano

STILL: Darker America
RACHMANINOFF: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique

Music Director Rafael Payare and the Orchestra bring us two ever-green popular favorites: Hector Berlioz's astonishingly daring Symphonie fantastique, an early romantic epic of unrequited love and passion; and before it, the great Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, in which they are joined by the American pianist George Li. The program opens with American music – William Grant Still's tone poem of sorrow, hope and prayer, intended, as the composer wrote, to be "representative of the American Negro and suggest the triumph of a people over their sorrows..."

[Fri/Sat at The Civic Theater]

Thu Feb 3, 7:30PM

FOUR SEASONS BY VIVALDI AND PIAZZOLLA

Christopher Dragon, conductor
Elena Urioste, violin

GOLIJOV: Last Round
VIVALDI: Le quattro stagioni (The Four Seasons)
alternating with
PIAZZOLLA: Las cuatro estaciones porteñas (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires)

Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons is adored for its extremely catchy tunes and for its vivid depiction of early 18th century Italian life through the year. Several hundred years later the great Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla wrote his own version as an ode to Buenos Aires infused with melodic yearning and tango rhythms. Conductor Christopher Dragon leads the Orchestra and is joined by the young American violinist Elena Urioste for an evening of music in which different worlds reach out to one another.

[Thu at The Conrad, Fri at The Village Church]
[Non-sub: Sat at SW College, Sun at The Conrad]

Sat Feb 26, 8:00PM

PAYARE LEADS TCHAIKOVSKY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Pacho Flores, trumpet

Andrew NORMAN: Drip Blip Sparkle Spin Glint Glide Glow Float Flop Chop Pop Shatter Splash
NERUDA: Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major
Paquito D'RIVERA: Concerto venezolano for Trumpet and Orchestra (U.S. Premiere; SDSO co-commission)
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4 in F minor

From the terror of its opening brass fanfare through to the wild delirium of its ending, Piotr Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony takes us on a journey of unstoppable drama, filled with aching melodies, thundering climaxes and the psychological torments of a hero struggling with implacable fate. Trumpeter Pacho Flores stars in the U.S. premiere of a new concerto by Paquito D'Rivera, a jazzy tribute to the Venezuelan people by the Cuban-born composer. And the concert opens with an enchanting orchestral firework by the young California-based composer Andrew Norman.

[Saturday at Civic Theater]

Sat Mar 5, 8:00PM

MOZART AND CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES' VIOLIN CONCERTO

Rafael Payare, conductor
Jeff Thayer, violin

SCHNITTKE: Moz-Art à la Haydn
CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES: Violin Concerto No. 9 in G Major
MOZART: Serenade No. 10 in B-flat Major, Gran partita

A concert in honour and celebration of the playfulness and depth of the “classical music” of the late 18th century. In the first half, concertmaster Jeff Thayer joins music director Rafael Payare and the strings of the orchestra for a violin concerto by the Black French composer, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges (a contemporary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), preceded by Alfred Schnittke's witty reimagining of Mozart's Music for a Pantomime in the style of Haydn. In the second half, the wind instruments of the orchestra give us Mozart's glorious Gran Partita. This was the music, in the film Amadeus, which made Salieri exclaim: "It seemed to me that I was hearing the voice of God."

[Sat Eve + Sun Mat at The Conrad]
[Non-sub: Sun Eve at The Conrad]

Wed Mar 16, 7:30PM

BEETHOVEN, MOZART AND SHOSTAKOVICH

Jonathon Heyward, conductor
Yeol Eum Son, piano

BEETHOVEN: Leonore Overture No. 3
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor
SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 9 in E-flat Major

A rising star among young American conductors, Jonathon Heyward, leads the Orchestra in Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9. Written in 1945 at the end of World War 2, this symphony was expected by the Soviet authorities to be a loud and noisy public celebration; when the composer created instead this lovely work of lightness, delicacy, charm and personal sorrow, he was roundly criticized by the political hacks. South Korean pianist Yeol Eum Son, well-known for her interpretations of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, makes her San Diego debut with one of that master's greatest concertos.

[Wed at CCAE, Fri at The Village Church]

Wed Apr 20, 7:30PM

MENDELSSOHN'S "ITALIAN"

Ankush Kumar Bahl, conductor
Jeremy Kurtz-Harris, double bass

Andrés MARTÍN: Double Bass Concerto No. 1
MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 4, Italian
Other selections to be announced.

Conductor Ankush Kumar Bahl takes us on a musical voyage to the immortal “land where the lemon-trees bloom, and the gold orange glows...” in Felix Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony, inspired by his year-long trip to that country in 1830. Principal bass Jeremy Kurtz-Harris performs music by Tijuana-based composer Andrés Martín, whose concerto draws on the rhythms of tango from his native Argentina.

[Wednesday at CCAE]
[Non-sub: Thu at Kroc Theatre, Sat at P. Henry High]

Wed Apr 27, 7:30PM

EDO DE WAART, OLIVERSON AND MENDELSSOHN'S VIOLIN

Edo de Waart, conductor
Aubree Oliverson, violin

HAYDN: Symphony No. 93 in D Major
MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto in E minor
MOZART: Symphony No. 38 in D Major, Prague

Rising-star violinist Aubree Oliverson plays Felix Mendelssohn’s astonishing masterpiece, one of the best-loved violin concertos of all time, with its heart-tugging melodies and virtuoso fireworks. Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s dark and dramatic Prague Symphony, and the concert begins with Franz Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 93, the first of the set of 12 that he created for London audiences at the end of his career.

[Wednesday at CCAE, Fri at Village Church]
[Non-sub: Thu at Poway CPA]

Fri May 6, 7:00PM

GRIEG'S PIANO CONCERTO AND SCHEHERAZADE

Tianyi Lu, conductor
Gabriela Martinez, piano

Salina FISHER: Tupaia
GRIEG: Piano Concerto in A minor
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade

Edvard Grieg’s world-famous piano concerto will feature the acclaimed Gabriela Martinez ("compelling, elegant, and incisive," – New York Times). Making her San Diego Symphony debut, conductor Tianyi Lu leads the orchestra in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphonic showpiece based on the ancient stories of the Arabian Nights, including the voyages of Sinbad the Sailor; and voyages, oceanic and celestial, are explored in Tupaia, by New Zealand composer Salina Fisher.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Sun May 15, 5:00PM

BRONFMAN PLAYS BRAHMS

Jahja Ling, conductor
Tasha Koontz, soprano
Yefim Bronfman, piano

GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite (Selections compiled by J. Ling)
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor

Edvard Grieg appears also in the first half of this concert, led by Conductor Laureate Jahja Ling, with Maestro Ling's own selection of movements from the Norwegian composer's unforgettable incidental score written to accompany the first performance of the play Peer Gynt, by his friend and contemporary Henrik Ibsen. For Johannes Brahms’ vast and tragic Piano Concerto No. 1, composed as a memorial to his beloved friend the composer Robert Schumann, the soloist is one of the greatest exponents of this music in our time, Yefim Bronfman.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Sun May 22, 5:00PM

PAYARE CONDUCTS RAVEL AND DEBUSSY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Veronika Eberle, violin

Esa-Pekka SALONEN: Nyx
PROKOFIEV: Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major
RAVEL: Suite No. 2 from Daphnis et Chloé
DEBUSSY: La mer (The Sea)

Rafael Payare leads the Orchestra in a program that begins with Esa-Pekka Salonen’s virtuosic symphonic poem, Nyx. The quiet and intimate lyricism of Serge Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, written in the middle of the Russian Revolution, is brought to life by German violinist Veronika Eberle. Two contrasted masterpieces by the greatest French composers of the early 20th century, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, show the San Diego Symphony Orchestra at its most brilliant and virtuosic.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Fri May 27, 7:00PM

BEETHOVEN'S NINTH SYMPHONY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Alisa Weilerstein, cello
Felicia Moore, soprano
Ronnita Miller, mezzo-soprano
Mario Chang, tenor
Peixin Chen, bass
San Diego Master Chorale

ELGAR: Cello Concerto in E minor
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Choral

Join Rafael Payare for an unmissable season finale at The Rady Shell as he leads probably the most iconic and powerful work in all of classical music: Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. From the dramatic tension of its opening pages to its glorious choral finale setting Schiller's defiant political poem "Ode to Joy," this is a symphony that draws us all together to celebrate and embrace our common humanity. The concert opens with superstar cellist Alisa Weilerstein in Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto, the English composer's impassioned lament for the catastrophe of the First World War.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

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Sat Jan 15, 8:00PM

EDO DE WAART CONDUCTS COPLAND AND DVOŘÁK

Edo de Waart, conductor
Simone Lamsma, violin

COPLAND: Suite from Appalachian Spring (full orchestra version)
KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto in D Major
DVOŘÁK: Symphony No. 8 in G Major

Principal Guest Conductor Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in a richly varied program beginning with Aaron Copland’s legendary portrait of rural America, Appalachian Spring. The exquisitely talented Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma plays Erich Korngold’s Hollywood-inspired Violin Concerto and, to finish, Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 sends us out filled with optimism and a love of the countryside and the natural world.

[Sat/Sun at The Civic Theater]

Fri Jan 28, 8:00PM

RACHMANINOFF'S RHAPSODY AND BERLIOZ'S SYMPHONIE FANTASTIQUE

Rafael Payare, conductor
George Li, piano

STILL: Darker America
RACHMANINOFF: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique

Music Director Rafael Payare and the Orchestra bring us two ever-green popular favorites: Hector Berlioz's astonishingly daring Symphonie fantastique, an early romantic epic of unrequited love and passion; and before it, the great Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, in which they are joined by the American pianist George Li. The program opens with American music – William Grant Still's tone poem of sorrow, hope and prayer, intended, as the composer wrote, to be "representative of the American Negro and suggest the triumph of a people over their sorrows..."

[Fri/Sat at The Civic Theater]

Sat Feb 26, 8:00PM

PAYARE LEADS TCHAIKOVSKY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Pacho Flores, trumpet

Andrew NORMAN: Drip Blip Sparkle Spin Glint Glide Glow Float Flop Chop Pop Shatter Splash
NERUDA: Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major
Paquito D'RIVERA: Concerto venezolano for Trumpet and Orchestra (U.S. Premiere; SDSO co-commission)
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4 in F minor

From the terror of its opening brass fanfare through to the wild delirium of its ending, Piotr Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony takes us on a journey of unstoppable drama, filled with aching melodies, thundering climaxes and the psychological torments of a hero struggling with implacable fate. Trumpeter Pacho Flores stars in the U.S. premiere of a new concerto by Paquito D'Rivera, a jazzy tribute to the Venezuelan people by the Cuban-born composer. And the concert opens with an enchanting orchestral firework by the young California-based composer Andrew Norman.

[Saturday at Civic Theater]

Fri May 6, 7:00PM

GRIEG'S PIANO CONCERTO AND SCHEHERAZADE

Tianyi Lu, conductor
Gabriela Martinez, piano

Salina FISHER: Tupaia
GRIEG: Piano Concerto in A minor
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade

Edvard Grieg’s world-famous piano concerto will feature the acclaimed Gabriela Martinez ("compelling, elegant, and incisive," – New York Times). Making her San Diego Symphony debut, conductor Tianyi Lu leads the orchestra in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphonic showpiece based on the ancient stories of the Arabian Nights, including the voyages of Sinbad the Sailor; and voyages, oceanic and celestial, are explored in Tupaia, by New Zealand composer Salina Fisher.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Sun May 15, 5:00PM

BRONFMAN PLAYS BRAHMS

Jahja Ling, conductor
Tasha Koontz, soprano
Yefim Bronfman, piano

GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite (Selections compiled by J. Ling)
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor

Edvard Grieg appears also in the first half of this concert, led by Conductor Laureate Jahja Ling, with Maestro Ling's own selection of movements from the Norwegian composer's unforgettable incidental score written to accompany the first performance of the play Peer Gynt, by his friend and contemporary Henrik Ibsen. For Johannes Brahms’ vast and tragic Piano Concerto No. 1, composed as a memorial to his beloved friend the composer Robert Schumann, the soloist is one of the greatest exponents of this music in our time, Yefim Bronfman.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Sun May 22, 5:00PM

PAYARE CONDUCTS RAVEL AND DEBUSSY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Veronika Eberle, violin

Esa-Pekka SALONEN: Nyx
PROKOFIEV: Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major
RAVEL: Suite No. 2 from Daphnis et Chloé
DEBUSSY: La mer (The Sea)

Rafael Payare leads the Orchestra in a program that begins with Esa-Pekka Salonen’s virtuosic symphonic poem, Nyx. The quiet and intimate lyricism of Serge Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, written in the middle of the Russian Revolution, is brought to life by German violinist Veronika Eberle. Two contrasted masterpieces by the greatest French composers of the early 20th century, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, show the San Diego Symphony Orchestra at its most brilliant and virtuosic.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Fri May 27, 7:00PM

BEETHOVEN'S NINTH SYMPHONY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Alisa Weilerstein, cello
Felicia Moore, soprano
Ronnita Miller, mezzo-soprano
Mario Chang, tenor
Peixin Chen, bass
San Diego Master Chorale

ELGAR: Cello Concerto in E minor
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Choral

Join Rafael Payare for an unmissable season finale at The Rady Shell as he leads probably the most iconic and powerful work in all of classical music: Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. From the dramatic tension of its opening pages to its glorious choral finale setting Schiller's defiant political poem "Ode to Joy," this is a symphony that draws us all together to celebrate and embrace our common humanity. The concert opens with superstar cellist Alisa Weilerstein in Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto, the English composer's impassioned lament for the catastrophe of the First World War.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Package Price: $210 - $631 (On Sale NOW)

Sat Jan 15, 8:00PM

EDO DE WAART CONDUCTS COPLAND AND DVOŘÁK

Edo de Waart, conductor
Simone Lamsma, violin

COPLAND: Suite from Appalachian Spring (full orchestra version)
KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto in D Major
DVOŘÁK: Symphony No. 8 in G Major

Principal Guest Conductor Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in a richly varied program beginning with Aaron Copland’s legendary portrait of rural America, Appalachian Spring. The exquisitely talented Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma plays Erich Korngold’s Hollywood-inspired Violin Concerto and, to finish, Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 sends us out filled with optimism and a love of the countryside and the natural world.

[Sat/Sun at The Civic Theater]

Fri Jan 28, 8:00PM

RACHMANINOFF'S RHAPSODY AND BERLIOZ'S SYMPHONIE FANTASTIQUE

Rafael Payare, conductor
George Li, piano

STILL: Darker America
RACHMANINOFF: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique

Music Director Rafael Payare and the Orchestra bring us two ever-green popular favorites: Hector Berlioz's astonishingly daring Symphonie fantastique, an early romantic epic of unrequited love and passion; and before it, the great Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, in which they are joined by the American pianist George Li. The program opens with American music – William Grant Still's tone poem of sorrow, hope and prayer, intended, as the composer wrote, to be "representative of the American Negro and suggest the triumph of a people over their sorrows..."

[Fri/Sat at The Civic Theater]

Sat Feb 26, 8:00PM

PAYARE LEADS TCHAIKOVSKY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Pacho Flores, trumpet

Andrew NORMAN: Drip Blip Sparkle Spin Glint Glide Glow Float Flop Chop Pop Shatter Splash
NERUDA: Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major
Paquito D'RIVERA: Concerto venezolano for Trumpet and Orchestra (U.S. Premiere; SDSO co-commission)
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4 in F minor

From the terror of its opening brass fanfare through to the wild delirium of its ending, Piotr Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony takes us on a journey of unstoppable drama, filled with aching melodies, thundering climaxes and the psychological torments of a hero struggling with implacable fate. Trumpeter Pacho Flores stars in the U.S. premiere of a new concerto by Paquito D'Rivera, a jazzy tribute to the Venezuelan people by the Cuban-born composer. And the concert opens with an enchanting orchestral firework by the young California-based composer Andrew Norman.

[Saturday at Civic Theater]

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Sun Jan 16, 2:00PM

EDO DE WAART CONDUCTS COPLAND AND DVOŘÁK

Edo de Waart, conductor
Simone Lamsma, violin

COPLAND: Suite from Appalachian Spring (full orchestra version)
KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto in D Major
DVOŘÁK: Symphony No. 8 in G Major

Principal Guest Conductor Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in a richly varied program beginning with Aaron Copland’s legendary portrait of rural America, Appalachian Spring. The exquisitely talented Dutch violinist Simone Lamsma plays Erich Korngold’s Hollywood-inspired Violin Concerto and, to finish, Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 sends us out filled with optimism and a love of the countryside and the natural world.

[Sat/Sun at The Civic Theater]

Sat Jan 29, 2:00PM

RACHMANINOFF'S RHAPSODY AND BERLIOZ'S SYMPHONIE FANTASTIQUE

Rafael Payare, conductor
George Li, piano

STILL: Darker America
RACHMANINOFF: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique

Music Director Rafael Payare and the Orchestra bring us two ever-green popular favorites: Hector Berlioz's astonishingly daring Symphonie fantastique, an early romantic epic of unrequited love and passion; and before it, the great Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, in which they are joined by the American pianist George Li. The program opens with American music – William Grant Still's tone poem of sorrow, hope and prayer, intended, as the composer wrote, to be "representative of the American Negro and suggest the triumph of a people over their sorrows..."

[Fri/Sat at The Civic Theater]

Sun Mar 6, 2:00PM

MOZART AND CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES' VIOLIN CONCERTO

Rafael Payare, conductor
Jeff Thayer, violin

SCHNITTKE: Moz-Art à la Haydn
CHEVALIER DE SAINT-GEORGES: Violin Concerto No. 9 in G Major
MOZART: Serenade No. 10 in B-flat Major, Gran partita

A concert in honour and celebration of the playfulness and depth of the “classical music” of the late 18th century. In the first half, concertmaster Jeff Thayer joins music director Rafael Payare and the strings of the orchestra for a violin concerto by the Black French composer, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges (a contemporary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), preceded by Alfred Schnittke's witty reimagining of Mozart's Music for a Pantomime in the style of Haydn. In the second half, the wind instruments of the orchestra give us Mozart's glorious Gran Partita. This was the music, in the film Amadeus, which made Salieri exclaim: "It seemed to me that I was hearing the voice of God."

[Sat Eve + Sun Mat at The Conrad]
[Non-sub: Sun Eve at The Conrad]

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Wed Mar 16, 7:30PM

BEETHOVEN, MOZART AND SHOSTAKOVICH

Jonathon Heyward, conductor
Yeol Eum Son, piano

BEETHOVEN: Leonore Overture No. 3
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor
SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 9 in E-flat Major

A rising star among young American conductors, Jonathon Heyward, leads the Orchestra in Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9. Written in 1945 at the end of World War 2, this symphony was expected by the Soviet authorities to be a loud and noisy public celebration; when the composer created instead this lovely work of lightness, delicacy, charm and personal sorrow, he was roundly criticized by the political hacks. South Korean pianist Yeol Eum Son, well-known for her interpretations of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, makes her San Diego debut with one of that master's greatest concertos.

[Wed at CCAE, Fri at The Village Church]

Wed Apr 20, 7:30PM

MENDELSSOHN'S "ITALIAN"

Ankush Kumar Bahl, conductor
Jeremy Kurtz-Harris, double bass

Andrés MARTÍN: Double Bass Concerto No. 1
MENDELSSOHN: Symphony No. 4, Italian
Other selections to be announced.

Conductor Ankush Kumar Bahl takes us on a musical voyage to the immortal “land where the lemon-trees bloom, and the gold orange glows...” in Felix Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony, inspired by his year-long trip to that country in 1830. Principal bass Jeremy Kurtz-Harris performs music by Tijuana-based composer Andrés Martín, whose concerto draws on the rhythms of tango from his native Argentina.

[Wednesday at CCAE]
[Non-sub: Thu at Kroc Theatre, Sat at P. Henry High]

Wed Apr 27, 7:30PM

EDO DE WAART, OLIVERSON AND MENDELSSOHN'S VIOLIN

Edo de Waart, conductor
Aubree Oliverson, violin

HAYDN: Symphony No. 93 in D Major
MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto in E minor
MOZART: Symphony No. 38 in D Major, Prague

Rising-star violinist Aubree Oliverson plays Felix Mendelssohn’s astonishing masterpiece, one of the best-loved violin concertos of all time, with its heart-tugging melodies and virtuoso fireworks. Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s dark and dramatic Prague Symphony, and the concert begins with Franz Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 93, the first of the set of 12 that he created for London audiences at the end of his career.

[Wednesday at CCAE, Fri at Village Church]
[Non-sub: Thu at Poway CPA]

Package Price: $66 - $189 (On Sale NOW)

Sat May 7, 5:00PM

GRIEG'S PIANO CONCERTO AND SCHEHERAZADE

Tianyi Lu, conductor
Gabriela Martinez, piano

Salina FISHER: Tupaia
GRIEG: Piano Concerto in A minor
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade

Edvard Grieg’s world-famous piano concerto will feature the acclaimed Gabriela Martinez ("compelling, elegant, and incisive," – New York Times). Making her San Diego Symphony debut, conductor Tianyi Lu leads the orchestra in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphonic showpiece based on the ancient stories of the Arabian Nights, including the voyages of Sinbad the Sailor; and voyages, oceanic and celestial, are explored in Tupaia, by New Zealand composer Salina Fisher.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Sat May 14, 5:00PM

BRONFMAN PLAYS BRAHMS

Jahja Ling, conductor
Tasha Koontz, soprano
Yefim Bronfman, piano

GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite (Selections compiled by J. Ling)
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor

Edvard Grieg appears also in the first half of this concert, led by Conductor Laureate Jahja Ling, with Maestro Ling's own selection of movements from the Norwegian composer's unforgettable incidental score written to accompany the first performance of the play Peer Gynt, by his friend and contemporary Henrik Ibsen. For Johannes Brahms’ vast and tragic Piano Concerto No. 1, composed as a memorial to his beloved friend the composer Robert Schumann, the soloist is one of the greatest exponents of this music in our time, Yefim Bronfman.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Sat May 21, 5:00PM

PAYARE CONDUCTS RAVEL AND DEBUSSY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Veronika Eberle, violin

Esa-Pekka SALONEN: Nyx
PROKOFIEV: Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major
RAVEL: Suite No. 2 from Daphnis et Chloé
DEBUSSY: La mer (The Sea)

Rafael Payare leads the Orchestra in a program that begins with Esa-Pekka Salonen’s virtuosic symphonic poem, Nyx. The quiet and intimate lyricism of Serge Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, written in the middle of the Russian Revolution, is brought to life by German violinist Veronika Eberle. Two contrasted masterpieces by the greatest French composers of the early 20th century, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, show the San Diego Symphony Orchestra at its most brilliant and virtuosic.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Sat May 28, 5:00PM

BEETHOVEN'S NINTH SYMPHONY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Alisa Weilerstein, cello
Felicia Moore, soprano
Ronnita Miller, mezzo-soprano
Mario Chang, tenor
Peixin Chen, bass
San Diego Master Chorale

ELGAR: Cello Concerto in E minor
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Choral

Join Rafael Payare for an unmissable season finale at The Rady Shell as he leads probably the most iconic and powerful work in all of classical music: Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. From the dramatic tension of its opening pages to its glorious choral finale setting Schiller's defiant political poem "Ode to Joy," this is a symphony that draws us all together to celebrate and embrace our common humanity. The concert opens with superstar cellist Alisa Weilerstein in Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto, the English composer's impassioned lament for the catastrophe of the First World War.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Package Price: $88 - $388 (On Sale NOW)

Fri May 6, 7:00PM

GRIEG'S PIANO CONCERTO AND SCHEHERAZADE

Tianyi Lu, conductor
Gabriela Martinez, piano

Salina FISHER: Tupaia
GRIEG: Piano Concerto in A minor
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Scheherazade

Edvard Grieg’s world-famous piano concerto will feature the acclaimed Gabriela Martinez ("compelling, elegant, and incisive," – New York Times). Making her San Diego Symphony debut, conductor Tianyi Lu leads the orchestra in Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphonic showpiece based on the ancient stories of the Arabian Nights, including the voyages of Sinbad the Sailor; and voyages, oceanic and celestial, are explored in Tupaia, by New Zealand composer Salina Fisher.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Sun May 15, 5:00PM

BRONFMAN PLAYS BRAHMS

Jahja Ling, conductor
Tasha Koontz, soprano
Yefim Bronfman, piano

GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite (Selections compiled by J. Ling)
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor

Edvard Grieg appears also in the first half of this concert, led by Conductor Laureate Jahja Ling, with Maestro Ling's own selection of movements from the Norwegian composer's unforgettable incidental score written to accompany the first performance of the play Peer Gynt, by his friend and contemporary Henrik Ibsen. For Johannes Brahms’ vast and tragic Piano Concerto No. 1, composed as a memorial to his beloved friend the composer Robert Schumann, the soloist is one of the greatest exponents of this music in our time, Yefim Bronfman.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Sun May 22, 5:00PM

PAYARE CONDUCTS RAVEL AND DEBUSSY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Veronika Eberle, violin

Esa-Pekka SALONEN: Nyx
PROKOFIEV: Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major
RAVEL: Suite No. 2 from Daphnis et Chloé
DEBUSSY: La mer (The Sea)

Rafael Payare leads the Orchestra in a program that begins with Esa-Pekka Salonen’s virtuosic symphonic poem, Nyx. The quiet and intimate lyricism of Serge Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1, written in the middle of the Russian Revolution, is brought to life by German violinist Veronika Eberle. Two contrasted masterpieces by the greatest French composers of the early 20th century, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, show the San Diego Symphony Orchestra at its most brilliant and virtuosic.

[Sat/Sun at The Rady Shell]

Fri May 27, 7:00PM

BEETHOVEN'S NINTH SYMPHONY

Rafael Payare, conductor
Alisa Weilerstein, cello
Felicia Moore, soprano
Ronnita Miller, mezzo-soprano
Mario Chang, tenor
Peixin Chen, bass
San Diego Master Chorale

ELGAR: Cello Concerto in E minor
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Choral

Join Rafael Payare for an unmissable season finale at The Rady Shell as he leads probably the most iconic and powerful work in all of classical music: Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. From the dramatic tension of its opening pages to its glorious choral finale setting Schiller's defiant political poem "Ode to Joy," this is a symphony that draws us all together to celebrate and embrace our common humanity. The concert opens with superstar cellist Alisa Weilerstein in Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto, the English composer's impassioned lament for the catastrophe of the First World War.

[Fri/Sat at The Rady Shell]

Package Price: $88 - $388 (On Sale NOW)

Fri Feb 4, 7:30PM

FOUR SEASONS BY VIVALDI AND PIAZZOLLA

Christopher Dragon, conductor
Elena Urioste, violin

GOLIJOV: Last Round
VIVALDI: Le quattro stagioni (The Four Seasons)
alternating with
PIAZZOLLA: Las cuatro estaciones porteñas (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires)

Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons is adored for its extremely catchy tunes and for its vivid depiction of early 18th century Italian life through the year. Several hundred years later the great Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla wrote his own version as an ode to Buenos Aires infused with melodic yearning and tango rhythms. Conductor Christopher Dragon leads the Orchestra and is joined by the young American violinist Elena Urioste for an evening of music in which different worlds reach out to one another.

[Thu at The Conrad, Fri at The Village Church]
[Non-sub: Sat at SW College, Sun at The Conrad]

Fri Mar 18, 7:30PM

BEETHOVEN, MOZART AND SHOSTAKOVICH

Jonathon Heyward, conductor
Yeol Eum Son, piano

BEETHOVEN: Leonore Overture No. 3
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor
SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 9 in E-flat Major

A rising star among young American conductors, Jonathon Heyward, leads the Orchestra in Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9. Written in 1945 at the end of World War 2, this symphony was expected by the Soviet authorities to be a loud and noisy public celebration; when the composer created instead this lovely work of lightness, delicacy, charm and personal sorrow, he was roundly criticized by the political hacks. South Korean pianist Yeol Eum Son, well-known for her interpretations of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, makes her San Diego debut with one of that master's greatest concertos.

[Wed at CCAE, Fri at The Village Church]

Fri Apr 29, 7:30PM

EDO DE WAART, OLIVERSON AND MENDELSSOHN'S VIOLIN

Edo de Waart, conductor
Aubree Oliverson, violin

HAYDN: Symphony No. 93 in D Major
MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto in E minor
MOZART: Symphony No. 38 in D Major, Prague

Rising-star violinist Aubree Oliverson plays Felix Mendelssohn’s astonishing masterpiece, one of the best-loved violin concertos of all time, with its heart-tugging melodies and virtuoso fireworks. Edo de Waart leads the Orchestra in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s dark and dramatic Prague Symphony, and the concert begins with Franz Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. 93, the first of the set of 12 that he created for London audiences at the end of his career.

[Wednesday at CCAE, Fri at Village Church]
[Non-sub: Thu at Poway CPA]

Package Price: $195 - $255 (On Sale NOW)

Tue Jan 11, 7:30PM

SPANISH GUITAR, ITALIAN GUITAR

Jason Vieaux, guitar
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

PASCULLI: Homage to Bellini for English Horn and Piano
VERDI: String Quartet in E minor
J.S. BACH: Presto from Violin Sonata No. 1 in G minor (arr. Vieaux)
ALBENIZ: “Asturias” from Suite espanola
D. SCARLATTI: Sonata in A Major (arr. Brouwer)
TARREGA: Capricho árabe
BOCCHERINI: Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D Major, Fandango

[Chamber Series: Tue at The Conrad]

Tue Mar 1, 7:30PM

JAZZ-LATIN-CLASSICAL FUSION

Pacho Flores, trumpet
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

Music for solo trumpet by PAQUITO D’RIVERA, EFRAIN OSCHER, PACHO FLORES and others
PAQUITO D’RIVERA: Aires tropicales
MARTINŮ: Suite from La revue de cuisine (Jazz-Ballet)

[Chamber Series: Tue at The Conrad]

Wed Mar 30, 7:30PM

THE WIDE WORLD OF WU MAN

Wu Man, pipa (chinese lute)
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

Program to be announced.

[Chamber Series: Wed at The Conrad]

Sun May 1, 2:00PM

BRAHMS' PIANO QUINTET

Benjamin Hochman, piano
Members of San Diego Symphony Orchestra

BRAHMS: Piano Quintet in F minor
Other works to be announced.

[Chamber Series: Sun at The Conrad]

Package Price: $120 - $280 (On Sale NOW)