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Redlands Symphony presents classical concerts that rival big city performances. We've done so since 1950. Discover what's playing next.
Join our thrilling celebration of the joy, energy, and diversity of American music. Our concert features Still, Copland, Tower, and Adams’ spirited Saxophone Concerto performed by Patrick Posey.
Enjoy two world premieres, American favorites, a brilliant interpretation of a holiday classic, the Redlands Symphony debut of Trio Arbol, and much more.
On every concert night, you will notice changes designed to keep everyone safe, secure, and comfortable during your evening at the symphony. Learn about our safety improvements.
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Redlands Symphony exists to inspire, entertain, and educate our local — and greater — community with outstanding musical performances, education offerings, and events.
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We've put together a series of activities based on our previous OrKIDstra concerts to keep you and the kiddos engaged. Each features a music recommendation, a hands-on activity, and stimulating questions.
10/15/22 at 08:00pm
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10/15/22 at 08:00pm – 10/15/22 at 10:00pm
Join our thrilling celebration of the joy, energy, and diversity of American music. Tap your feet to dance music from Still and Copland, be awed by Joan Tower’s response to Copland’s famous fanfare, and thrill to the Coltrane-inspired virtuosity of John Adams’ spirited Saxophone Concerto.