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💃🕺 Get your boogie on this Sunday, April 21st at 3:00 PM at the Symphony POPS' concert "Disco Inferno: Greatest Hits of the '70's."

Celebrate those disco days and nights with a cast of New York’s top performers, singing and dancing to the decade’s super-hits.

With Guest Conductor Ernest Richardson at the podium, the evening will start and end with disco classics, with ’70s hits by Donna Summer, Abba, Bee Gees, Village People and more!

If you remember the days when Rocky was a box-office smash, Donna Summer was the queen of the air waves, and Beethoven had his first top-40 hit, this is the Pops experience for you!

🎵 Tickets available via the link in our bio.

✨The final Family Series concert of the season, Exploring Beethoven's 5th with FLC! is coming up soon on April 28 at 3:00 PM at Weill Hall at the Green Music Center! Not only will @leccechong be conducting this concert, but it will be a fully immersive experience for all ages!

🎞️ Above the stage and orchestra, will be a big screen where all concertgoers will see, up-close, the musicians and Francesco no matter your seat!

✨ The fan favorite instrument petting zoo will return one hour prior to the start time. In addition, young patrons will have the chance to take part in an interactive music passport journey in the lobby!

🎵 Stay for the post-concert Meet & Greet with Francesco and Concertmaster, Joe Edelberg.

Secure your tickets to this popular event via the link in our bio!
🎶 The Road to 100: The Complete Beethoven Symphonies is just up ahead on June 9th at 3:00 PM at Weill Hall in the Green Music Center.

🎟 Tickets are selling fast and there is only one performance. Click the link in our bio to get tickets now!

Experience Beethoven’s first symphony showing a young genius already striking out on a new path with the celebrated “Eroica” symphony that created a whole new world of symphonic possibilities.

These performances will feature the orchestra in unique configurations reflecting how the symphonies in Beethoven’s time may have been played while utilizing the incredible new-fashioned  acoustics of the Green Music Center.

Conductor, Francesco Lecce-Chong

📸 Colin Talcroft

🎼 Join us for Debut & Aspirante Youth Orchestra's Spring Concert on Sunday April 14, at 3:00 pm at Sonoma Academy.

On the program:

Traditional (arr. Phillips)- Sword Dance, Alfven (arr. Isaac)- Swedish Rhapsody, Traditional (arr. Walter)- Londonderry Air, Del Borgo- Danza Rusticana, Yoon- In the Prairies, Beethoven- Symphony No. 8, I. Allegro vivace con brio, Mozart (arr. Meyer)- Symphony No. 36, The "Linz", I. Allegro spiritoso, Sheldon- Appalachian Morning, Bizet (arr. Isaac)- Symphony No. 1, I. Allegro vivo (abridged)

Debut Youth Orchestra Conductor, Matt Bringedahl
Aspirante Youth Orchestra Conductor, Julio Reyes

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✨Despite Beethoven going deaf in his 20's, he was still able to compose and perform music. Francesco Lecce-Chong explores Beethoven's 5th Symphony from the famous four-note motif, Da Da Da Dum, to how he pushed boundaries that forever changed classical music at “Exploring Beethoven’s 5th with FLC” on Sunday, April 28, 2024, at 3:00 pm, at Weill Hall, Green Music Center.

🎶 Inspired by Leonard Bernstein’s televised Young People’s Concerts (1958-1972), performed with the New York Philharmonic and featured on CBS. These concerts introduced an entire generation to the joys of classical music.

🎞️ Projected on a big screen above the orchestra, all concertgoers will see, up-close, the musicians and Francesco no matter where they sit.

💜 PLUS! Stay for the post-concert Meet & Greet with Francesco and Concertmaster, Joe Edelberg.
Tickets available via the link in our bio.
🎶 After 15 years as Pops Principal Conductor, Santa Rosa Symphony is proud to announce Michael Berkowitz has been named as Pops Conductor Emeritus.

From Broadway to Hollywood, Garland to Sinatra, Motown to John Denver, and the Beatles, Michael Berkowitz has conducted the Santa Rosa Symphony Pops with his signature flair.

✨ Thank you Michael for 15 years of wonderful Pops concerts!

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Beethoven & Copland |  OCT
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Mahler’s Resurrection |  DEC
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A New World |  MAR
The Planets |  MAY

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🐰 Happy Easter from Santa Rosa Symphony!
✨ The 2023-2024 Family Concert Series season finale “Exploring Beethoven’s 5th with FLC” is on Sunday, April 28, 2024, at 3:00 pm, at Weill Hall, Green Music Center.

🎶 Inspired by Leonard Bernstein's televised Young People's Concerts, conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong will tell stories and explain the significance of this masterpiece, and kids will discover how Beethoven pushed boundaries that forever changed classical music.

🎻 This interactive concert not only includes the pre-concert instrument petting zoo one hour before start time, but also Introducing a new Immersive Multi-Media Experience that gives audiences an up close and personal view of the musicians, their instruments, and Maestro Lecce-Chong.

🎞️ Projected on a big screen above the orchestra, concertgoers will be able to see what’s happening on stage no matter where they sit.

💜 Bring the young people in your life and create lasting memories!

Tickets available via the link in our bio.

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🎻 There is one last opportunity to see "Boléro & Tchaikovsky" TONIGHT at 7:30 PM. Make it a date night or just a night out with family and friends!

Tickets available via the link in our bio.
📸 Colin Talcroft
Come early for the pre-concert talk! Geneva Lewis and Francesco Lecce-Chong.