Pacific Symphony Music Director and local resident Carl St.Clair, who celebrates his 25th anniversary with the orchestra next year, has accepted a one-year appointment in Costa Rico. St.Clair will serve as music director of the National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica beginning in 2014. The post is in addition to his commitment to Pacific […]
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For the third consecutive year, Pacific Symphony invites community musicians from across Orange County to play with the orchestra onstage in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. This year, the Symphony is again offering four sessions over two nights to allow up to 180 adult amateur musicians (ages 22 and older) the unique opportunity […]
Enthusiasm spilled over for classical music and the start of Pacific Symphony’s 33rd season as more than 260 guests gathered for the opening night dinner and concert Thursday, Sept. 22. Violin virtuoso Sarah Chang performed Mendelssohn’s violin concerto. The event netted approximately $200,000 for the Symphony’s artistic and educational programs and was co-chaired by […]
“Dan the Piano Man from Sunny Laguna” wins the Pacific Symphony’s concert. See video below.
No Square Theatre and Pacific Symphony invite the public to tickle the ivories during “OC Can You Play?” Sunday, Jan. 16 – Sunday, Feb. 6. The three-week project features 20 colorfully painted pianos on display throughout Orange County for everyone to play and enjoy, including one in Laguna Beach. Kicking off the event, the public […]
Anyone who has seen a Pacific Symphony concert in the past 20 years knows the passion and energy that music director Carl St.Clair brings to his job. St.Clair’s animated conducting – moving with the music, leaning into his orchestra to coax the sound forth, sometimes closing his eyes and with his face skyward – is […]