While our symphonic concert series is on hold, we are presenting live and recorded music events and educational offerings online. Details are on our Music Events and Education Outreach pages.

Music Students: Become a performer at the Domine Festival.  The event will be held live on Zoom on Sunday, June 27th. Those who are unavailable to perform on that date may submit a YouTube video in lieu of the live performance. This is open to students of all ages and instruments who are playing a composition by James Domine. For more information and for the application form, go to the Domine Festival page.

Please join us each Sunday at noon (Pacific Time US) for the premier performance of a new work, presented on YouTube.  Below are the links to past premiere audio visual realizations which can now be watched anytime, and the upcoming pieces that will premier on the dates shown:
  "On the Walls of the Wonderful White Wash Waltz" Premiered Feb 14, 2021
  "Reverie Sonata in D major First Draft" Premiered Feb 21, 2021
  "Fantasie Impromptu Sonata in F# minor - Rapsodie Mélancholique" Premiered Feb 28, 2021
  "Piano Sonata #8 in B flat minor - La Scala (The Stairway)" Premiered March 7, 2021
  "Silent Movie Rag - Tarzana Tune" Premiered March 14, 2021
  "Piano Sonata #11 in F# minor (Habañera)" Premiered March 21, 2021
  "Piano Sonata #12 in C minor - Quasi una Fantasia (Reflections on Water)" Premiered March 28, 2021
  "Eulogy for Piano Solo - Audio Visual Realization" Premiered April 4, 2021 

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:
Symphomanix: Variations on Dies Irae
Symphomaniax play Music of the Beatles 

Symphomaniax Opera Excerpts 
Symphomaniax Silent Spring Recital

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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.

This organization is supported, in part, by the 
Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors 
through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission."    

  Rehearsal space generously donated by the
  Israeli American Counsel
  Shepher Community Center
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