Why You'll Love This Concert
Toy boxes are little towns where toys live like people. Or maybe towns are like little toy boxes where people live like toys...
As soon as their kids fall asleep, the toys come to life through the magic of Debussy's music!
After the concert, visit our Instrument Petting Zoo, where children of all ages will have the chance to try out the different instruments of the orchestra.
Admission is free. No tickets required
flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, harp, percussion, 2 violins, viola, cello, bass
Composed 1913 as La Boîte à joujoux. Orchestrated by Chris Myers 2014. First performance: Ballets suédois, Paris, February 15, 1921.Read More
The performance of Mozart's 40th was amazing. How Maestro Wilson conceived and brought forth the intensity, tension, and considerable emotion moved me deeply. The orchestra's discipline and preciseness were astonishing. When you've got only two horns, two oboes, two bassoons, and two clarinets, there's no room to fudge the pitch in the opening note of a phrase. I loved the way the horns and basses supported and colored the melodies.
As you can tell, I'm not a musician, but I am a huge Mozart fan. I'm also a huge fan of the Redlands Symphony and count myself fortunate to be able to attend a local concert of such glorious music.
Directions to Redlands
Redlands is conveniently located less than 30 minutes from Riverside, Loma Linda, Yucaipa, Highland, and Beaumont. From Hemet, it’s just a short jaunt north on CA-79 and West on I-10. It is easily accessible from Los Angeles 60 miles east along Hwy 10. And from San Diego, it’s a beautiful, 2-hour drive north along I-15 and I-215.
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