Iconic music of the 19th century will fill Memorial Chapel as the Redlands Symphony Orchestra performs its first concert of 2018 on Saturday. Conductor Ransom Wilson will lead the orchestra through Felix Mendelssohn’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream Overture” and Symphony No. 4, “Italian,” revised, and he also will conduct the orchestra and piano soloist Daniel Yu in Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concert No. 1. “This is a very long piece, and very hard, and our soloist, Daniel Yu, is very gifted,” Wilson said.
The Riverside Philharmonic will be presenting what has become a holiday must-see concert on Saturday and Sunday at the Coil School for the Arts in downtown Riverside. “I’ve dubbed our orchestra ‘Hollywood’s Best, Riverside’s Own’,” said Tomasz Golka, music director. “Our musicians are the very best in Southern California. They are the ones that we all hear playing on television commercials and on movie soundtracks.
Winter has not quite arrived, but the Temecula Valley Symphony will present a concert showcasing songs that celebrate the season and the holidays. The concert, titled “Winter Joy,” will be performed on Saturday, Dec. 2, at the Golden Bears Theater on the Temecula Valley High School campus. Violinist YuEun Kim is the featured soloist in a performance of “Winter” from “The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi.
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