2023-2024 ~ TVS Season 28!
Andiamo alla musica!
The Temecula Valley Symphony Board, Orchestra Committee, Artist Director, and Conductors are proud to announce the dates for our 28th season of concerts!
November 11, 2023 @ 6:00 PM
May 25, 2024 @ 7:30 PM
Join us for the opening concert of the 2022-2023 season of hope!
Musicians of the Temecula Valley Symphony are pleased to present the first of two chamber music concerts planned for the 2022-2023 season. This intimate performance setting allows the listeners to get up close and personal with the musicians, and the audience can look forward to hearing small mixed ensembles play their favorite hand-picked repertoire. These chamber music concerts are special to our musicians who are joyfully coming together for this “Season of Hope“ to bring these musical gems to life!
Performances by Ruslan Biryukov, Dr. Bruce Clausen, Pei-Ying Li Vedad Haghi, Chelsea Howell, Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann, Susan Miyamoto, Steve Morics, Kate Prestia-Schaub, Noriko Yamaga, and Dr. Zun-Hin Woo. Featuring works by Brahms, Weber, Mudge, and more!
Be sure to check us out on social media for fun facts about the performers, the works being performed, and a special ticket giveaway!
Join us on the steps of the beautiful Temecula Civic Center for a free family concert honoring America’s Veterans!
This is the concert you have all been waiting for! Temecula Valley Symphony reunites in concert with the former Temecula Valley Symphony Chorus (now known as Southern California Choral Artists) to present music from THE MESSIAH and holiday favorites on Saturday, December 3rd @ 4:00 pm.
Guest performers Southern California Choral Artists will join the Symphony for the second half of the program to present selections from Handel’s Messiah. The Symphony, choir, and soprano soloist will present the Christmas portion of the beloved English Oratorio, including such favorites as For Unto Us a Child Is Born, Glory to God in the Highest, and climaxing with the magnificent Hallelujah! Performing from Handel’s original orchestration and choral parts, this authentic performance is sure to be exhilarating and brimming with joy!
Conductors John Mario and Eric Rea have teamed up once again to plan this outstanding music event.
Select artists of the Temecula Valley Symphony are coming together to present two chamber music concerts for the 2022-2023 season. The concerts will take place at the elegant St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal church in Temecula. This intimate performance setting allows the audience to get up close and personal with the orchestra musicians. The audience can look forward to hearing small mixed ensembles play their favorite hand-picked repertoire. These chamber music concerts are special to our musicians who have invested so much of their time to bring these musical gems to life, and sharing them with you!
Check out the program here!
The symphony will be performing the delightful Don Giovanni Overture by Mozart. We welcome the 2020 Concerto Competition winner, Alina Hernandez to take the stage to perform the first movement of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major. You’ll be amazed and excited by the final two movements of the Shostakovich Cello Concerto No. 1 in Eb Major, Op. 107, featuring our very own Ruslan Biryukov. Finally, you’ll be transported to the depths of your imagination with the entirety of Brahms Symphony No. 1, Op. 69.
The Temecula Valley Symphony performs the best works by Copland, Mendelssohn and Wagner. Appalachian Spring, with it’s joyous theme, is one of American composer Aaron Copland’s finest and most loved works.
- Appalachian Spring by Aaron Copland
- Siegfried Idyll by Richard Wagner
- String Octet in E flat Major, Op. 20 by Felix Mendelssohn