On Saturday, October 4 at 8:00PM, The Long Beach Symphony will perform Aaron Copland’s 3-minute Fanfare for the Common Man, an introduction to their 2014-2015 80th Anniversary Classical Series.
Long Beach Symphony POPS! and vocalist Carmen Bradford will present a romantic performance on Valentine's Day featuring songs by Ella Fitzgerald; George and Ira Gershwin; and Nelson Riddle.
The Long Beach Symphony goes contemporary next month, performing 20th-century music with William Eddins, music director of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, guest-conducting the show.
The Long Beach Symphony Association and the Long Beach Camerata Singers have formed an artistic partnership that will combine choral and orchestral components, the symphony announced yesterday.
In this interview, Long Beach Symphony Orchestra Executive Director Kelly Ruggirello speaks about her career in arts management, her love of education and opportunities for new growth for the 80-year-old institution.
The Long Beach Symphony announced the lineup for its Classical and POPS! seasons yesterday, with opening night set for Saturday, October 10 and Saturday, October 17, as it continues to search for a new music director.
The Long Beach Symphony will celebrate Veteran's Day with a program of 20th Century American music, led by guest conductor Edward Cumming, on Saturday, November 14 at 8:00PM in the Terrace Theater of the Long Beach Performing Arts Center.
The Long Beach Symphony has a plan to get even the grinchiest of the grouchiest holiday pouters into a festive mood.
On February 3 and 4, more than 12,000 fourth and fifth graders from Long Beach and Wilmington public schools will flood into the Terrace Theater of the Long Beach Performing Arts Center to hear Long Beach Symphony play four full symphonic concerts created especially for the occasion.
The Long Beach Symphony made the announcement today that German-born Maestro Eckart Preu will take the helm as Music Director under a three-year contract to begin with the 2017-18 season.
New Music Director Designate Eckart Preu of the Long Beach Symphony is taking part in conducting four free concerts for 12,000 elementary students this week, followed by a concert this Saturday at the Terrace Theater of the Long Beach Performing Arts Center.
The Long Beach Symphony presents Ludwig van Beethoven and Antonín Devořák as well as an oboe concert produced by German composer Ludwig August Lebrun to play on Saturday, March 4.
The entire family is invited to the upcoming Long Beach Symphony POPS! Concert on Saturday, March 11 at 8:00PM, it was announced.