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  • Conductor Candidates Revealed

    Five candidates to lead the orchestra in 2017-2018

    These candidates represent three different nationalities and embody an extraordinary list of musical accomplishments. Click the link below to view complete bios and a short video featuring each of the candidates. ...

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  • Timeless Treasures

    Graeme Jenkins, conductor | January 13, 14 & 15

    Music Director Candidate Graeme Jenkins places the popular Mozart Concerto between Haydn’s Symphony No. 100, which travels from Viennese charm to military bombast, and Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra, a tour de force tha ...

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  • Green Eggs & Ham and Tubby the Tuba

    Featuring Really Inventive Stuff | January 28

    Would you like Green Eggs and Ham? Sam-I-Am serves up a feast of endless surprises for a Seussical Diva in this Dr. Seuss classic. Then, with the help of an unlikely friend, Tubby the Tuba discovers that dreams can come ...

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  • Enter the New World

    Michael Christie, conductor | February 10, 11 & 12

    Music Director Candidate Michael Christie’s rich and varied program continues with Dvořák’s masterpiece New World Symphony, which is seeded with American melody and folklore... ...

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  • Mozart's Magnificent Voyage

    Featuring Classical Kids Live! | March 18

    Join Mozart’s young son, Karl, as he visits his father and learns of his extraordinary life: from the meeting of the Queen of England and the Pope, to visiting the Sistine Chapel and experiencing Carnivale. Discover the ...

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  • Ode to California

    Bruno Ferrandis, conductor | April 7, 8, & 9

    Tracy Silverman plays six-string electric violin, an instrument he pioneered, for The Dharma at Big Sur, a concerto composed for him by Pulitzer winner John Adams. The New York Times described Silverman’s premiere perfor ...

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  • Au Revoir, Bruno

    Bruno Ferrandis, conductor | May 5, 6 & 7

    Bruno Ferrandis’ farewell marks the US premiere of Czech composer Rataj’s Temporis, written in 2015, which features an Eastern European hammered dulcimer, a cymbalom, played by Czech artist Jan Mikusek. Bruno bids au rev ...

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Candidate Music Preview

Kayleen Asbo's Video Preview of the concerts of the five Music Director CandidatesArrow

Our Orchestra

Meet our talented, professional musicians, who travel from near and far to perform with the Santa Ro...Arrow

Conductor Candidates

Watch a short video introducing the five Conductor Candidates...Arrow

SRSYE Concerts

Hear our young musicians play. Here is a complete listing 2017-2018 Youth Ensemble performances...Arrow

Pops
Series

Now entering its 13th season, the Pops Series represents a eclectic mix of the best in popular musicArrow

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