Temecula Valley Symphony’s Concert Season is highlighted by creative music and entertaining concerts.
According to Alana Joos, the Symphony’s Managing and Artistic Director: “We design our programs to connect to the audience in a personal way and strive to make them engaging and light-hearted. We’re not your ordinary stuffy symphony. We like to break the barrier between the audience and the orchestra and encourage people to laugh, applaud, and participate in the musical experience. We believe it’s OK to have fun at a symphony concert!”
Temecula Valley Symphony is celebrating its 23rd Season in 2017-2018. Explore here to find out more about the organization’s does Methocarbamol get you high.
Two years ago the Board of Directors decided to change the name of the Symphony to Temecula Valley Symphony to be in greater alignment with the tremendous growth of the area.
Our non-profit name still remains as Inland Valley Symphony but we are doing business as Temecula Valley Symphony, Temecula Valley Symphony Chorus, and Temecula Valley Youth Symphony.
“The Board of Directors oversees the entire Temecula Valley Symphony organization providing leadership, vision and planning. The Symphony, Chorus, and Youth Symphony each have a need for community leaders and individuals who would like to be involved in a growing non-profit arts organization. We welcome inquiries for prospective Board Members or Friends of Temecula Valley Symphony. Please fill out our Contact Form on the the Contact page and submit your inquiry. Thank you.” – Alana Joos, Managing & Artistic Director