Join in 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.
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Few composers unite the heart and the mind like Johannes Brahms, and few works demonstrate this fusion of emotion and intellect more his powerful Symphony No. 4.
Renowned pianist Anne-Marie McDermott joins us for two of Mozart’s greatest concertos, and the evening comes to a climax with the passionate “Great” G minor Symphony.
Experience the artistry of the Redlands Symphony strings as they bring you the lush melodies of Holst, Ravel, and Tchaikovsky.
We're back with more songs of the season! You and your loved ones will be entranced by favorite carols, appearing in both traditional and surprising ways.
We open our season with the youthful exuberance of Beethoven and Mahler's first symphonies, and introduce the world premiere of a new work to celebrate our 70th year.
Free admission! The Bowl’s season finale features former Redlands Bowl Young Artist Competition Winner, Vijay Venkatesh, performing Grieg’s beloved Piano Concerto in A Minor with the Redlands Symphony Orchestra, followed by Tchaikovsky’s great Symphony No. 5. As is traditional, the season will close with a brilliant burst of fireworks!
Free admission! An opening night spectacular celebrating all things Broadway! The Redlands Bowl welcomes acclaimed vocalist Nicole Henry to perform selections from Les Miserables, West Side Story, Dreamgirls, The Wiz, and many others!
Sara Andon joins the Symphony for an evening of graceful masterpieces, including Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake.
Your spirit will soar in this celebration of the human voice. The U of R Chapel Singers join the Redlands Symphony to breathe life into two glorious choral masterworks.
Welcome the return of spring with the joyous Symphony No. 1 from Robert Schumann, the first of the great Romantic composers.