PERFORMANCE GROUPS

The Temecula Valley Symphony organization is comprised of several different performance groups which include the Symphony, Youth Symphony, and the TVS Chamber Music Ensemble. 

Each performance group schedules concerts throughout the season and on occasion they partner up to perform together.

Symphony Concerts

Temecula Valley Symphony is a 60-member regional orchestra under the musical direction of Conductor John Mario.  They present a minimum of six ticketed concerts per season and also perform for the City of Temecula for their annual Veterans Day and Memorial Day Concerts. TVS is also available to make guest appearances and perform for concerts outside of its ticketed season. John Mario is nationally known as the orchestral conductor for the young singing star Jackie Evancho and is highly respected for his extensive experience conducting orchestras and coaching opera. Dr. Zun-Hin Woo serves as the TVS Concertmaster and Assistant Conductor and also guest conducts orchestras in Hong Kong and China.

Youth Symphony Concerts

Temecula Valley Youth Symphony offers music students an opportunity to participate in weekly rehearsals in an orchestral setting. TVYS is directed by Dr. Zun-Hin Woo, Concertmaster & Assistant Conductor of Temecula Valley Symphony and the Jr. Youth Symphony is conducted by Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann. In addition to weekly rehearsals these groups present four ticketed concerts per season and make several other concert appearances in the community.  The groups are active in providing musicians to perform in collaboration with other performance groups or for special guest appearances in the community. TVYS also offers PRELUDE, a beginning strings class.

 

 

TVS Chamber Music Ensemble

Several members of the Temecula Valley Symphony are working professional musicians who enjoy presenting chamber music performances. These concerts are also ticketed events as part of the Symphony’s season schedule and will be made available in the ticketing area of this website. 

TVS String Quartet