Temecula Valley Symphony

No longer Southwest Riverside County’s “best-kept musical secret,” the Temecula Valley Symphony has grown in size and artistic achievement.  The symphony is being hailed as a leading cultural attraction in the region.

The Temecula Valley Symphony is a 60 member community symphony, and is striving to become known as a regional organization, attracting musicians from throughout Southern California. The volunteer base of musicians who dedicate their time and talent to the Symphony are actively involved in performances, and in arts education and community outreach throughout the area.

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The support of a community cannot be underestimated. Without donations from our patrons, we could not present the high-level performances we consistently deliver. Ticket sales only cover a small percentage of our operating costs. Your generous gift will help support advertising, conductor’s fees, stipends for guest musicians, printing costs, and  marketing.

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We LOVE receiving checks and it saves us the credit card processing fees. Donations may be mailed to Temecula Valley Symphony at PO Box 637, Temecula, CA 92593.  All donors will receive a Thank You letter and a donation acknowledgement for your tax documentation.

Temecula Valley Symphony is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit 33-0862000.


Temecula Valley Symphony is Celebrating its 26th Anniversary Season!

We returned to live performances in September with a special Sept. 11th concert called “Remembering 911” for the City of Murrieta. And, on September 25th we offered a small chamber music concert performance featuring soloists and ensembles from the Symphony. 

On November 11th the Symphony performed its annual “Patriotic Salute to Veterans” for the City of Temecula. 

In December TVS performed two wonderful holiday concerts at Grace Presbyterian Church.

TVS concert "The Three B's"

A Tribute to Heroes Concert

Concerts and Covid

When attending our concerts we encourage you to use our hand sanitizing stations and wear a mask to our performances, if you are comfortable doing so. All tickets are available to print at home. No tickets will be mailed. We do not have a vaccination mandate in place but encourage everyone to use discretion and follow current government health guidelines. Please wear a mask if you are comfortable doing so. Please do not attend a performance if you are sick with a cold, the flu, or with any variation of Covid-related symptoms. When you are well we will gladly welcome you back. Many of our musicians wear masks during the concerts. Thank you.

TVS on YouTube

Click here to enjoy TEMECULA VALLEY SYMPHONY’S YouTube Channel to view previous concert performances throughout the years including the Conductors Anthony Parnther, TVS Music Director John Mario, and Dr. Zun-Hin Woo, and various guest conductors.

Temecula Valley Symphony’s YouTube Channel

Latest Reviews

Alana, yesterday’s concert was most outstanding! Concerts seem to get better and better each year – if that’s possible. Thanks for all you do – looking forward to next season.


AWESOME QUALITY & Open to the whole community. Need to get the word out to more people. It would be cool to have a program for kids!

Just a quick note of thanks again for the organization of the beautiful performance on Saturday.  Beethoven’s 9th Symphony was spectacular!

So wonderful that I must ask:

Can you please have the Temecula Valley Symphony please perform Beethoven’s 9th Symphony at every season finale?!!!

It was so great!  So inspiring!  So wonderful!  My husband and I are still hearing it in our heads.  For the last few days we are viewing flashmobs performing on YouTube Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.  Can’t get enough of it – I’m sure it has to do with the tremendous presentation we viewed this past weekend.

Thank you!


Wonderful concert on Saturday! We especially enjoyed the variety. I always refer to symphony music as “big music” and at the end of the Beethoven piece which combined the power of the orchestra, chorus and four guest vocalists, I turned to my wife and said “now that was BIG MUSIC!” Thanks, Alana for all you do for TVS.


Just that it has become a FINE ORCHESTRA!!


Came with my college student son for his music appreciation class. I was entertained SO MUCH! I will bring back my younger teenage kids if there is contemporary, Disney, Broadway, rock inspired pieces, etc. I love all classical musicians (I am a musician-piano/voice) Thank you!

We LOVE the background info the Conductor gives about the music and love the members of the Symphony. Great job! Love coming!

Your performances are professional quality! I also love John Mario’s sense of humor and his educational info / background on what we will be hearing. Zun-Hin Woo was wonderful also, with an interesting & fun sense of humor.

EXTREMELY ENJOYABLE! Especially thankful for your Veterans Day concert in Old Town. Thank you for honoring them and the wonderful music. I loved the CURTAINS UP music today! We like a mixture…not too much classical.

In 5 years I have not attended a performance I didn’t thoroughly enjoy. I keep coming back for more. Keep up the good work!


Love the variety, the explanations and background for the pieces and all the excellence of the musicians…ALL!!

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