NOTE: This event is not open to the public, only to applicants of the Concerto Competition.
The Temecula Valley Symphony is holding a Young Artist Competition on March 11, 2018 (Sun.) and will select three winners who will each receive cash prizes:
1st place $400, 2nd place $300 and 3rd place $200.
The audition committee will select one or two winners to perform one movement of their concerto with the Symphony, live in concert, on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 2:00 pm in Murrieta, CA at the “Mediterranean Odyssey” concert.
This show presents nearly thirty Beatles tunes sung, played, and performed exactly as they were written. Hear Penny Lane with a live trumpet section; experience the beauty of Yesterday with an acoustic guitar and string quartet; and enjoy the rock classics of The Beatles.
From early Beatles music on through the solo years, Classical Mystery Tour is the best of The Beatles like you’ve never heard them, with a live orchestra!
They’ve performed with Pacific Symphony, San Diego Symphony, the Atlanta Symphony, and San Francisco Symphony and now CLASSICAL MYSTERY TOUR IS COMING TO TEMECULA!
SPONSORED in part by The Truax Family of Companies/strong>
LADY OF SPAIN – Tolchard Evans, arr. Carmen Dragon
ESPANA CANI – Pascual Marquina Narro
Featuring Herlinda Lopez Woolbert & Lynneta Ruth from Flamenco del Sol
CASABLANCA SUITE – Max Steiner
LAWRENCE of ARABIA – Maurice Jarre
ROMAN CARNIVAL OVERTURE – Hector Berlioz
This concert also features the WINNER of the 2018 YOUNG ARTIST COMPETITION
SPONSORS: Roy Bailey, Wendy North, and Al Ball
Take part in a musical celebration and exploration of the unique ability of poetry and song to transcend barriers and unite us around our shared humanity. This choral concert of wide-ranging musical variety will invite you to experience, appreciate, and even partake in the joy and power of joined voices.
TEMECULA VALLEY SYMPHONY & CHORUS close the 2017-2018 Season with Verdi’s Triumphal March from “Aida”
VERDI’S TRIUMPHAL MARCH from AIDA
THEME from MAGNIFICENT SEVEN – Elmer Bernstein
PRINCESS LEIA’S THEME – John Williams
Selections from SPARTACUS – Aram Khachaturian
SPECIAL FEATURED WORK: FANFARE for LIFE – Kimo Williams
Commissioned by AT&T. This performance is sponsored in part by the United States Veterans Arts Program (usvap.org) providing art resources to veterans.
Veterans have the option to request free admission to this concert program.
SPONSOR: Barbara L. Anderson and Al Ball