From Ravel’s French-accented blues to African-American icon William Grant Still’s riveting depiction of “triumph over sorrows through fervent prayer,” this music will uplift your soul. Plus, you'll go ga-ga for Rhapsody in Blue played by renowned French pianist François Dumont.
Bring your family out for a summer evening of exciting music and thrilling fireworks as Frank Fetta leads the Redlands Symphony in music from your favorite movies: Star Wars, Singin' in the Rain, and more! FREE ADMISSION!
URGENT UPDATE: Tonight’s Free Concert Has Been Moved to Memorial Chapel Due to Rain!
- Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, BWV 1046
- Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, BWV 1047
- Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, BWV 1048
- Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, BWV 1049
- Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, BWV 1050
- Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, BWV 1051
Get swept off your feet by the sumptuous melodies of Spain. Join us for the catchy tunes of Bizet's Carmen and the hypnotic passion of Ravel's Boléro.
The moving songs of Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann tell a stirring story of romance in this theatrical cabaret performance by soprano Mary Mackenzie.
Brace yourself for the symphony that Wagner called “the apotheosis of the dance.”
Mozart's Flute Concerto is performed by one of the world's greatest flutists, who also happens to be our new Music Director.
Ransom Wilson inaugurates his tenure as Music Director with works by great Czech composers.
Bring the whole family down to the Bowl for an evening of thrilling music, including the 1812 Overture... with fireworks! FREE ADMISSION!
The Redlands Symphony's string section and oboist Claire Brazeau share an evening of gorgeous melodies, including Ennio Morricone's theme from "The Mission". FREE ADMISSION!
“After Angel Blue joins us for the nostalgic beauty of Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915, I present my parting gift to you after 33 years on the podium: the majesty of Mozart’s Great G-minor Symphony.” - Jon Robertson
“As a special treat, world-renowned soprano Angel Blue will share an intimate afternoon of her favorite music with us. She has even persuaded me to accompany her on a few selections.” - Jon Robertson. Join the artists for a reception following this performance (included with your ticket purchase).
- Richard Strauss Heimliche Aufforderung, op. 27, no. 3
- Richard Strauss Die Nacht, op. 10 no. 3
- Richard Strauss Allerseelen, op. 10 no. 8
- Richard Strauss Befreit, op. 39 no. 4
- Franz Liszt Oh! quand je dors, S. 282
- Sergei Rachmaninoff Ne poy, krasavitsa, from 6 Romances, op. 4
- Sergei Rachmaninoff V Molchani Nochi Taynoy, Op. 4 No.3
- Sergei Rachmaninoff Vesenniye vody, from 12 Romances, op. 14
- Sergei Rachmaninoff Zdes’ khorosho, from 12 Romances, op. 21
- Bruce Adolphe Valley Girl in Love
- Jake Heggie A Route to the Sky
- Jake Heggie Animal Passion
- Jake Heggie Joy Alone
- Giuseppe Verdi “Ave Maria” (from Otello)
- George Gershwin “Summertime” (from Porgy and Bess)
- Francesco Cilea “Io son l'umile ancella” (from Adriana Lecouvreur)
- Charles Gounod "Je veux vivre" (from Roméo et Juliette)
- Giacomo Puccini "O mio babbino caro" (from Gianni Schicchi)
Our final guest conductor this season will be Gordon Hunt. Perhaps best-known as the principal oboist of the Philharmonia and London Chamber Orchestras, Maestro Hunt also has an active career as a conductor with orchestras around the world. In his appearance with the Redlands Symphony, he has chosen works by three of classical music’s most beloved composers.
“Elgar wrote the Enigma Variations as a set of portraits of his closest friends. Like him, I am dedicating this performance to those of you within this community who have so greatly enriched my life over the decades. We will also celebrate the Redlands Symphony’s long and valuable friendship with the University of Redlands as we present the winner of the University’s annual Concerto Competition.” - Jon Robertson