The Symphony concert series opens Sept. 28 with music by György Ligeti, a Hungarian composer, who wrote the music for “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
Though first performed 195 years ago, ‘Ode’ has remained as relevant and popular through the years as when it was shooting up 19th century Vienna’s Hot 100
With an aerial theme of “Up! Up! And Away!” the concert featured a full symphonic performance celebrating things that fly.
For more than 400 years combined, the following Long Beach arts institutions have been producing inspiring cultural experiences for local audiences, and this upcoming fall season is no exception.
The Long Beach Symphony will be having its 2018-2019 Classical Concert Series including six concerts starting September 29, 2018 and ending on June 8, 2019.
The Long Beach Symphony will honor all branches of the military by playing music from composers past and present on Saturday, November 11.
The Long Beach Symphony will conclude its 2016-17 Classical concert season on June 10 at 8:00PM at the Terrace Theater with a homecoming performance by JoAnn Falletta, who served as the symphony’s music director from 1989-2000.
The entire family is invited to the upcoming Long Beach Symphony POPS! Concert on Saturday, March 11 at 8:00PM, it was announced.
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.
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.