Launching another busy season, the Temecula Valley Symphony will perform Baroque, Romantic and modern music by Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky and Korngold during its concert Saturday afternoon at the Golden Bears Theater on the Temecula Valley High School campus. “Our programming is as diverse as is our audience — and our audience tells us over and over that this is just what they want,” said Alana Joos, the orchestra’s managing and artistic director who also is principal percussion for the ensemble.
The Riverside County Philharmonic is preparing to open a new season in a new venue — the Coil School for the Arts in downtown Riverside. After several years of performing in the expansive Fox Performing Arts Center, starting Friday night the musicians will be able to revel playing in an intimate and acoustically precise hall with seating for a little more than 400 people.
The final movement of Beethoven’s Ninth will help the Temecula Valley Symphony and Symphony Chorus bring an end to the season on Saturday afternoon at Temecula Valley High School’s Golden Bears Theater. The concert’s theme, “Universal,” reflects the orchestra’s mission, says Alana Joos, symphony president and artistic director. “Our basic concept is to present a combination of musical genres to our audience,” she said.
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