This year we're pulling out all the stops to bring you concerts worth experiencing. From Mozart to Beethoven, Tchaikovsky to Brahms, Ellington to Copland, and more – we know there's music you'll love. Will you join us?
Join the Celebration
The Redlands Symphony turns 70 this season, and we’re inviting you to the party! We have six fabulous concerts lined up for the occasion. We hope you’ll join us!
Last year we sold out twice, so you’ll want to get your RSVP in early — order your subscription today!
We kick off our season with the youthful exuberance of the two great masters of the symphony— Ludwig van Beethoven and Gustav Mahler. But first, we’re lighting the candles on our birthday cake with a new piece composed specifically for the occasion: Sean Friar’s Redlands Fanfare!
Gather your family and friends and join us in Memorial Chapel for our annual celebration of the holidays. Enjoy the holiday’s classical tunes, including The Nutcracker (both Tchaikovsky's original and the jazzy arrangement by Duke Ellington!), and then sing along as we play through all your favorite carols.
Start the new year off with the lush melodies of Holst, Ravel, and Tchaikovsky, courtesy of the virtuosity of the Redlands Symphony strings.
Throughout our history, Mozart has been close to the Redlands Symphony’s heart, and now our annual celebration of history’s greatest composer enters its eighth year! Famed pianist Anne-Marie McDermott even joins us for two of the composer’s greatest concertos.
What other composer unites the heart and mind like Brahms? Feel the power of his Fourth Symphony, and enjoy the sparkling wit of the Academic Festival Overture.
Our 70th season comes to a thrilling conclusion with 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 be amazed by the Coltrane-inspired virtuosity of John Adams’ spirited Saxophone Concerto.
Beethoven Mahler Redlands
Featuring: Friar, Beethoven, and MahlerLearn More