To help you appreciate Classical music, we’ve put together a list of famous works you might want to know. All are important pieces that showcase different styles, musical periods, and structures. From concertos to symphonies, we think you’ll find these pieces engaging and enjoyable to listen to.
The Redlands Symphony celebrates seven decades of classical music-making in the Inland Empire with its 2019-20 concert season, featuring a world premiere, internationally acclaimed soloists and the newest edition of Music Director Ransom Wilson’s special concert series featuring the works of Mozart.
For the first time in decades, the Redlands Symphony invites music lovers to celebrate the holiday season with the orchestra’s fully-staged production of the Charles Dickens classic story A Christmas Carol: The Concert on Saturday, December 15, 2018, in Memorial Chapel on the campus of the University of Redlands.
Over-the-shoulder, hobo, evening, and clutch… What do they have in common? These are just a few of the large selection of purses that will be available for sale at the Redlands Symphony Women, Wine & Handbags! fundraiser on Thursday, March 8, 2018.
Known as the ‘King of Instruments’, the organ delivers a complex and powerful sound. Though rarely seen or heard during symphony concerts, the Memorial Chapel’s Casavant Opus 1230 is always present. Discover 7 reasons this is a beloved Redlands’ gem.