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San Bernardino
198 N. Arrowhead Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone: (909) 381.5388
Fax: (909) 889.7954
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Dr. Anne L. Viricel
Executive Director




Take a little bit of the San Bernardino Symphony with you to an up-coming event!

SBSO Poureach Trio ConcertDo you love the melodic sounds of a string trio? Or perhaps a brass ensemble would best compliment the spirit of your upcoming business or private gathering.

Members of our Symphony family have long sponsored trios as a way to introduce symphonic music to the community. Our professional musicians have enriched the environment of local art and music festivals, book stores, museums, schools, churches, and libraries inspiring new generations to expand their musical horizons.

Now, the Symphony offers ensemble trios featuring our outstanding professional musicians to venues from the low desert to Los Angeles.

Imagine the value of live music at your grand opening or fundraiser. Consider the ambience a trio will create for your guests.  You furnish the location; we will provide the trio and signage.

Or, perhaps you’d prefer to sponsor one of our planned public performances. We have a number of venues already selected. You may choose one, or allow us to do so for you. We will provide prominent signage listing your name – or that of your organization – at the event. We’ll also share the good news of your generosity and commitment to public arts through a listing in our concert program book and pre-concert stage projection.

The choice is yours.

Either way, you can partner with the San Bernardino Symphony to make the world sound a little bit better.

For more information, call the Symphony office 909.381.5388.


Wednesday, September 7 was not just another hot summer day at the Village...A trio of professional musicians visited from the San Bernardino Symphony. Called the “Sensational Strings,” they set up their music stands and about 50 children marched in to find a seat. One dark haired boy, about ten, loudly pronounced that this would be “Borrrr-ing.” He had the air of one who knew a great deal about everything there was to know about such things in the world.

Then the trio started to play: tunes from the movies, TV, operas and traditional folk melodies familiar to the kids. Ana Maria Maldonado, cellist with the trio, gave an animated and understandable explanation, immediately involving the children. Following the performance, the children were invited to try an instrument with the help of the trio and Childhelp volunteers. The dark haired boy was one of the first, and tried both the cello and the violin. He pronounced the event, “too cool” and wanted to stay. After the children left, the Childhelp volunteers took a turn with the instruments. It would be hard to say which group had the most fun.