The Redlands Symphony Concludes Its 16-17 Season With the Passionate and Beautiful Music of Bizet, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Ravel's Magnificent Bolero
On May 13, the Redlands Symphony will transport you to Spain with music by Bizet, Ravel, and Rimsky-Korsakov
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APRIL 24, 2017
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THE REDLANDS SYMPHONY CONCLUDES ITS 16-17 SEASON WITH THE PASSIONATE AND BEAUTIFUL MUSIC OF BIZET, RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, AND RAVEL’S MAGNIFICENT BALERO
From the catchy tunes of Bizet’s Carmen to Ravel’s wildly popular Bolero, this concert will transport you to sunny Spain
REDLANDS, CA – Maurice RAVEL’S Bolero will be the centerpiece of the Redlands Symphony’s final concert of the 16-17 season on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 8 PM in Memorial Chapel on the campus of the University of Redlands. Maestro Ransom Wilson will conduct. The doors open at 7 PM. Maestro Wilson will deliver a preconcert talk that starts at 7:30 PM. Tickets start at $15 and can be purchased online at www.redlandssymphony.com, by calling the box office at (909) 587-5565 or at the door on concert night.
The full program for the evening also includes the sultry sounds of Georges BIZET’S Carmen Suite No. 1 and Capriccio espagnole by Nikolai RIMSKY-KORSAKOV. RAVEL’S Rapsodie espangole and Pavane complete the evening’s program, closing with Bolero.
“I am very excited about our May concert,” Maestro Wilson explains. “Amazingly, the Redlands Symphony has never in its entire history played Ravel's Bolero on a subscription concert. Bolero is one of the most spectacular orchestral works ever conceived, so when I discovered it hadn’t been performed, I decided to build the rest of tonight's exciting program around it. The evening will be filled with bold passionate music that will lift the spirit!”
17-18 Season Now on Sale
The Symphony has announced the orchestra’s 2017-18 season, featuring an array of musical masterpieces, including a World Premiere and the California debut of a new work by a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, resulting from a joint commission with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and five other orchestras from throughout the country. The season opens on Saturday, October 14, 2017, and ends on Saturday, May 18, 2018. Season brochures are available now. Current subscribers have until July 28, 2017, to renew their seats. New subscriptions can be purchased any time before the start of the new season.
Prices for a full subscription of six concerts range from $67.50 to $315. A Pick-4 subscription, which allows the subscriber to pick any four concerts of their choice, ranges from $51 to $238. Redlands Symphony also offers its Symphony Select card for $159. A Symphony Select card provides six tickets in the best seats available (excluding Golden Circle) at any concert on any date. Card holders can use two tickets per concert, all tickets at once, or in any other combination.
Complete season information is available at www.redlandssymphony.com or by calling the box office at (909) 587-5565. Single tickets for the season go on sale on September 1, 2017.
MAESTRO RANSOM WILSON conducts an exciting program featuring the spirited sounds of RAVEL’s Bolero when the Redlands Symphony performs the final concert season of its 16-17 Season on Saturday, May 13, 2017, at 8 PM in Memorial Chapel on the campus of the University of Redlands. Doors open at 7 PM. A preconcert talk, led by Maestro Wilson, starts at 7:30 PM. The full program for the evening includes the sultry sounds of Georges BIZET’S Carmen Suite No. 1 and Capriccio espagnole by Nikolai RIMSKY-KORSAKOV. RAVEL’S Rapsodie espangole and Pavane fill out the evening’s program, closing with Bolero. Tickets are available online at www.redlandssymphony.com or by calling the box office at (909) 587-5565. Tickets, starting at $15, can also be purchased at the door on concert night. The Redlands Symphony 17-18 season is now on sale. Complete season information is available at www.redlandssymphony.com or by calling the box office at (909) 587-5565. Single tickets for the season go on sale on September 1, 2017. (Photo by Courtney Paige)