Temecula Valley Symphony is Celebrating its 26th Anniversary Season!
Temecula Valley Symphony will not be publishing a Season Brochure for 2021-2022 since our lives still remain somewhat “fluid.”  Last season all live performances were put on hold due to the pandemic that swept through the world. Now, in 2021, Audience members and musicians are anxious to begin experiencing live concerts again. We have been working hard to find creative ways to offer our performances to you and encourage you to sign up for our monthly newsletter called “STAY TUNED.” We would like to keep you informed about upcoming concerts and events, throughout the year.
So, what’s happening for 2021-2022?

All concerts will be offered on an a la carte basis. There is no season ticket option this year but we continue to plan more concerts for future months!

We have formed a committee to address Covid-19 safety protocols and issues. We know things continue to change which creates a great amount of confusion and uncertainty for the public. Please visit our Covid Protocol section for information on our policies that relate to Covid considerations.

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 mask mandate in place but encourage everyone to use discretion and follow current government health guidelines. Please do not attend a performance or rehearsal 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.  Thank you.

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TEMECULA VALLEY SYMPHONY has been invited to perform a concert on Sept. 11, 2021 (Sat.) called “Remembering 911.” We will feature vocalists Araceli Applegate and Jason Livesay as we perform patriotic and heartwarming selections such as “God Bless America,” “The Way We Were,” Music from the Titanic, Phantom of the Opera, Beethoven, and John Philip Sousa. The concert will take place in the new Amphitheater in Murieta Town Square Park. 

"Remembering 911" Concert for City of Murrieta Sept. 11, 2021
Araceli Applegate - Soprano
Jason Livesay, vocalist
Jason Livesay, vocalist
Rick Olsen Oboe
Temecula Valley Symphony performs for the City of Temecula

TEMECULA VALLEY SYMPHONY performs several concerts every year for the City of Temecula – Next up for the City is our annual Nov. 11th Veterans Day Concert in front of Temecula Civic Center 6:00 p.m. Bring your own chairs & blankets. 


Latest Reviews

ust 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!


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!


Came with my college student song 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!

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

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

Strings social distancing

We are getting used to the NEW NORMAL of socially distanced rehearsals! 

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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.


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.

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.

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 that it has become a FINE ORCHESTRA!!


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.

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