Piano virtuoso Vladislav Kosminov performs Chopin’s gorgeous first piano concerto on a concert which also features Danish composer Carl Nielsen’s energetic first symphony and music by Redlands’ own Wayne Bohrnstedt.
The artistry of Redlands Symphony principal trumpet David Scott highlights an evening of beloved 18th century masterpieces.
Seduction… betrayal… love… devotion… The escapades of Strauss’ Don Juan contrast with the fatherly devotion of Wagner’s Wotan in some of the grandest and most intensely dramatic music ever written.
Free admission! The Redlands Bowl’s 2014 season finale features the Redlands Symphony performing two of classical music’s most popular pieces… with fireworks!
Free admission! Mozart’s catchy overture to The Marriage of Figaro opens an evening in which Italian violinist Roberto Cani joins Frank Fetta and the Redlands Symphony in Mendelssohn’s gorgeous violin concerto and the orchestra romps through the wit of Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony.
Maestro Jon Robertson joins Concertmaster Jeanne Skrocki and Principal Cellist Kyle Champion for a moving Mother's Day afternoon of chamber music with members of the Redlands Symphony string section.
In honor of the 70th anniversary of D-Day, we pay tribute to those heroes who still walk among us and to those who gave the last full measure of devotion.
- William Walton Spitfire Prelude and Fugue
- Richard Rodgers Victory at Sea (selections)
- John Williams Three Pieces from “Schindler’s List”
- Aaron Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
- John Williams Hymn to the Fallen from “Saving Private Ryan”
- Leonard Bernstein On the Town: Three Dance Episodes
- Richard Addinsell Warsaw Concerto
In the second installment of our Masters of Music series, we investigate composers who breathed new life into “old-fashioned” forms.
Each year, audiences at the Redlands Symphony have the opportunity to be the first to hear one of tomorrow’s great musicians when the winner of the annual Concerto Competition takes center stage with the orchestra.
Leave the freeways and orange groves behind and journey north to the fjords, the glaciers, and the stunning beauty of Norway and Finland.
While it’s fun to meet new people, sometimes you just want to relax with someone who makes you feel comfortable. There’s always a chance you’ll discover something new.
Our first concert celebrates people who overcame enormous obstacles and violent opposition to fight for their beliefs.
The Redlands Symphony season finale features two faces of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. His elegant, often wistful Clarinet Concerto (performed by Kathryn Nevin) serves as a contrast to the majestic intensity and drama of his magnum opus for choir and orchestra, the Requiem. Over 150 singers will join the orchestra to bring Mozart’s final masterpiece to life.
Wolfgang and Leopold, Johann Sebastian and Carl Phillip Emmanuel… the Mozart and the Bach families had more than a single composer. This concert highlights these family ties and also features the RSO's incomparable principal horn, Laura Brenes, performing the horn concerto of Franz Strauss (Richard’s father, of course).