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  • Mozart's Swan Song

    SSU Symphonic Choir | December 7, 8, 9

    Francesco Lecce-Chong conducts and plays harpsicord for Haydn’s Symphony No. 39! Mozart’s Requiem features the SSU Symphonic Chorus and four vocal soloists. Also included: Records from a Vanishing City by Jessie Montgome ...

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  • Halloween in January with Harry Potter - January 5

    Francesco Lecce-Chong, conductor

    This interactive concert with storytelling, music and delightful mayhem will entertain, engage and educate children of all ages. ...

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  • Shadows and Sunshine

    Simone Porter, violin | January 11, 12, 13

    Experience Jean Sibelius' tempestuous Concerto for Violin, performed by Simone Porter, and Brahm's richly melodic masterpiece Symphony No 2. Francesco Lecce-Chong also conducts Sinfonia (for Orbiting Spheres) by Missy Ma ...

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  • Peter and the Wolf

    Bobby Rogers, conductor | January 26

    The irresistible music of Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, which never fails to capture the imagination of young and old, is paired with Saint-Saëns' Carnival of the Animals. FREE Instrument Petting Zoo included! ...

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  • Riveting Rachmaninoff

    Natasha Paremski, piano | February 8, 9, 10

    Hear Rachmaninoff’s volcanic Concerto No. 3, Beethoven’s captivating Leonore Overture and the first World Premiere of the First Symphony Project, by Matt Browne, in one performance! Francesco Lecce-Chong, conductor. ...

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  • Showcasing Contemporary Women

    Jennifer Frautschi, violin | March 21, 22, 23

    Marvel at Saint-Saëns’ passionate Concerto No. 3, Beethoven’s cherished Symphony No. 6, Pastorale, and Katherine Balch's like a broken clock with guest conductor, Gemma New. ...

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  • Visions of Hope

    Mariachi Champaña Nevín | May 2, 3, 4

    Francesco Lecce-Chong conducts a SRS-commissioned world premiere that melds the exuberant vitality of Mexican Mariachi music with classical orchestral traditions. Also: Respighi's The Fountains of Rome and The Pines of R ...

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  • Beethoven Lives Upstairs

    Bobby Rogers, conductor | April 19

    A young boy comes to understand the genius of Beethoven, the beauty of his music and the torment of his deafness in this interactive and fun family concert, enhanced by the antics of Classical Kids Live! ...

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

Mozart's Swan Song VIDEO

Kayleen Asbo talks about "Mozart's Swan Song " ...Arrow

SRS Institute Music Ed

Learn more about the Santa Rosa Symphony Institute for Music Education

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Pops Series

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

Symphony League

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Discovery Rehearsal

New to classical music? Join us at the Discovery dress rehearsal.Arrow

Library Performances

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