2014 - 15 Season Tickets
Season tickets are now available for 2014-15.
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Individual tickets are currently available for the October 4th Virtuosity concert.
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In the News
San Bernardino Symphony Guild will hold Bach to Boots Gala
-- Redlands Daily Facts
The San Bernardino Symphony Guild has announced Sept. 20 as the date of its annual Bach to Boots Gala to be held at the Old Glen Ranch in Lytle Creek
This year’s event will feature a chuck wagon dinner prepared by cowboy chefs, dancing to the Western sounds Electric Tumbleweeds and lots of opportunities to support the San Bernardino Symphony’s educational and community programs. This year, the Guild has also engaged the Tombstone Legends, a Western re-enactment group, to bring a touch of the Old West to the evening.
“People often misinterpret a symphony event as one which is stuffy or requires everyone to dress formally. But this is far from what we do at our performances or at Bach to Boots,” said Carrie Schmidt, event chairman.
For more information, call (909) 214-2142. To read the full article, Click Here
Concert in Lake Arrowhead
San Bernardino Symphony at Arrowhead Arts Festival, Lake Arrowhead.
The San Bernardino Symphony will perform a special concert at Our Lady of the Lake Church in Lake Arrowhead as part of the annual Arrowhead Arts Festival on September 21 at 3:00 p.m.. The concert will include Dvorak’s New World Symphony and virtuosic violin soloist Will Hagen be featured in Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.
This exciting concert is presented by the Arrowhead Arts Association. For more information, call (909) 337-0284 or visit http://www.arrowheadarts.org/events.html.
91st season of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival opens
By Betty Tyler, Redlands Daily Facts. Posted 6/28/2014
REDLANDS >> The 91st season of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival opened Friday night with a concert of movie and musical theater music that practically filled the Bowl.
There were picnickers on the grass around the Bowl and families, friends and children — including some with lightsabers — filling most of the benches.
Lightsabers? Of course you need some at a concert featuring a “Star Wars Suite.”
After the San Bernardino Symphony finished playing the “Star Wars Suite,” conductor Frank Fetta turned to the audience, commented on a lightsaber that may have been sharing the conducting duties from the back of the Bowl and asked its wielder to hold it up. >> Read full article
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