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Redlands Symphony at the Bowl

07/22/16 at 8:00pm

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!

A Farewell to Maestro Robertson

04/16/16 at 8:00pm

“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

Hunt Conducts Mozart and Brahms

03/12/16 at 8:00pm

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.

Sponsored by Loma Linda University Medical Center

Robertson Conducts Elgar and Beethoven

02/13/16 at 8:00pm

“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

Sponsored by University of Redlands

Wallfisch Conducts Vaughan Williams, Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky

01/23/16 at 8:00pm

Benjamin Wallfisch is well-known as a conductor and composer. In addition to conducting orchestras throughout Europe and the United States, he has scored dozens of films and television shows, earning an Emmy Award nomination in the process. The gorgeous melodies of Vaughan Williams and Tchaikovsky will contrast with the elegant wit of Stravinsky’s Pulcinella in Maestro Wallfisch’s program.

Sponsored by The Wheeler Family Trust

Wilson Conducts Bernstein and Stravinsky

11/14/15 at 8:00pm

Our first guest conductor this season is Ransom Wilson. Maestro Wilson has an international reputation both as a flutist and a conductor, with countless performances and over a dozen recordings (including two Grammy Award nominations). Ransom has chosen an energetic concert of music from opera and ballet that we hope captures your imagination.

Sponsored by Beaver Medical Group

Robertson Conducts Shostakovich and Beethoven

10/17/15 at 8:00pm

“I have invited cellist Doniyor Zuparov to open my final season with one of the most difficult pieces ever written for the instrument, and I promise that you will be stunned by his artistry. Juxtaposing Beethoven's playful 8th Symphony against the intensity of Shostakovich's virtuoso showpiece sets the perfect tone to open our season.” - Jon Robertson

The Toy Box: Family Concert and Instrument Petting Zoo

05/17/15 at 2:00pm

FREE ADMISSION... NO TICKETS REQUIRED! Toy boxes are little towns where toys live like people. Or maybe towns are like little toy boxes where people live like toys... Redlands Symphony brings Debussy's charming tale to life.

Sponsored by RWL Design, Ltd.

Spring Symphony at Loma Linda University

05/10/15 at 5:00pm

Bring the family and meet us on the lawn at Loma Linda University for a wonderful evening of music by Rodgers & Hammerstein! Admission is FREE.

Sponsored by Loma Linda University Medical Center

65 Years of Grandeur

04/11/15 at 8:00pm

The majesty of Beethoven’s epic Heroic Symphony brings our season to a stunning and powerful conclusion.

Sponsored by Majestic Realty

65 Years of Joy

03/07/15 at 8:00pm

The hills are alive with the sound of YOU! Sing along with the orchestra in selections from some of your favorite Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals!

Sponsored by The Wheeler Family Trust

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