An evening of French masterpieces brings our season to a spellbinding finale. Experience Saint-Saëns' majestic “Organ” Symphony performed by world-renowned organist, Frederick Swann!
Experience the California premiere of John Luther Adams' there is no one, not even the wind — a new work from the Pulitzer- and Grammy-winning composer. We conclude with another American masterpiece: Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring.
Spend a wonderful evening socializing with friends and browsing dozens of new and gently-used designer purses.
Explore 600 years of music, from the Renaissance melodies of Ancient Airs and Dances to the well-known Mission: Impossible Theme.
Use your appetite for a good cause! Join us at The Redlands Old Spaghetti Factory on Monday, January 22nd, from 5-9pm to raise money for The Redlands...
Experience an unforgettable evening of greatest hits and lesser-known masterpieces by the Shakespeare of classical music.
Local elementary school students attend a performance of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade
From Ravel’s French-accented blues to African-American icon William Grant Still’s riveting depiction of “triumph over sorrows through fervent prayer,” this music will uplift your soul. Plus, you'll go ga-ga for Rhapsody in Blue played by renowned French pianist François Dumont.
Thank You to Our Business Partners
The Redlands Symphony is grateful to the business and corporate sponsors who support the organization throughout the year.
We encourage you to consider these community-minded businesses when you are looking for goods, services and entertainment in the local area or anywhere.
And please let them know that you appreciate their support for the Redlands Symphony!