The Redlands Symphony’s annual Mozart Celebration returns to the stage featuring his Overture to Abduction from the Seraglio, his Symphony No. 35, and more.
Sponsored by Richard & Kristin Thibedeau and The Colburn Foundation
Experience this holiday masterpiece like never before. Based on E.T.A. Hoffman’s fairy tale, this version features the original orchestration and a new narration created by Ransom Wilson, heard here for the very first time.
Sponsored by Loma Linda University Health and Marilyn Solter
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.
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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 than his powerful Symphony No. 3.
Sponsored by Bob & Betsy Heinze
Nicholas Canellakis takes center stage for a perennial audience favorite, Antonín Dvořák's Cello Concerto. Then Ransom Wilson leads the Redlands Symphony in two musical portraits of America: Dvořák’s New World Symphony and Harry Thacker Burleigh's From the Southland.
Sponsored by Larry & Char Burgess
Ransom Wilson’s program for this year’s Redlands Symphony Mozart concert will remind you of the genius of one of the world’s most celebrated composers.
Sponsored by Jerry & Marilyn Bean
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The Marriage of Figaro Overture
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-flat Major, K. 417
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-flat Major, K. 495
- Princess Anna Amalia von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel Four Military Marches
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter”, K. 551
Swing along with your favorite holiday tunes in this festive big band celebration.
Sponsored by Vaughn & Ann Bryan
What better way to welcome our audience back than a concert filled with some of classical music’s greatest moments?
Sponsored by Marilyn Solter