2023-2024 Concert Season Dates Now Available
(See our Concert Calendar page for information on next season's program)
Listen to the music from our April 1 concert:
>> Domine: China Variations; Caitlyn De Prano, pianist
>> Beethoven: Egmont Overture
>> Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto; Wenlan Jackson, violinist
>> Domine: On the Walls of the Walls of the Wonderful White Wash Waltz
>> Schumann: Symphony No. 4
View our short video, “Introduction to the Orchestra and Music Director.” (Click Here)
For our Music Education classes, see our Education Outreach page.
You can view the performance of the last of the thirteen new works of the pandemic period presented on YouTube. The link is below. The piano sonata premiered on August 1.
https://youtu.be/52EH8SQRXtQ - Piano Sonata #13 in D-flat major
What happens to musicians during the pandemic - read this Wall Street Journal article to find out: https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-happens-to-the-musicians-when-the-orchestra-music-stops-11602695217
The first four of our Symphomaniax Summer Recital Series are now online on YouTube. You can find them at:
Symphomaniax: Variations on Dies Irae
Symphomaniax play Music of the Beatles
Symphomaniax Opera Excerpts
Symphomaniax Silent Spring Recital
Thank you donors and contributors for making our performances at this new venue possible!
For over 35 years the San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra has presented the finest performances of symphonic music to the communities of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. It is the region's premiere performing arts organization.
OUR PERFORMANCE HOME FOR THE 2022-2023 SEASON:
This organization is supported,in part by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture.
Rehearsal space generously donated by St. James Presbyterian Church Tarzana, California
Video recording services provided by Ararat Pictures
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