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San Bernardino
Symphony
Office
198 N. Arrowhead Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone: (909) 381.5388
Fax: (909) 889.7954
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Frank Fetta
Music Director & Conductor

Judith Valles
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Upcoming Concert

San Bernardino SymphonyEchoes of America
Saturday, February 6, 2016, 7:30pm
California Theatre of Performing Arts
562 W. 4th St., San Bernardino, CA 92401

A celebration of music to inspire the American soul.

CHARLES IVES
Variations on America

FERDE GROFÉ
Grand Canyon Suite
On the Trail
Cloudburst

MORTON GOULD
American Salute

RICHARD RODGERS
ROBERT R. BENNETT
Victory at Sea Medley
Victory at Sea
Beneath the Southern Cross
Symphonic Scenario

WILLIAM GRANT STILL
The American Scene
The Far West:
Sundown Land
Navajo Country
The Plaza

JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA
Stars and Stripes Forever

Three Concerts Remain in our Exciting 2015-16 Season. Purchase tickets for all three and SAVE! Call (909) 381-5388 for full information!


 

In the News

‘Echoes of America’ resound through San Bernardino

By Michel Nolan, The Sun
Candace Bogan“Echoes of America” will resonate through San Bernardino on Saturday evening as the city’s extraordinary symphony performs music to lift our spirits.

The patriotic concert, at 7:30 p.m. at the California Theatre, emphasizes the Southwest and brings home beautiful music that tells the story of America.

“ ‘Echoes of America’ is stunningly beautiful and will resonate well with our audience and school kids as well,” said symphony music director and conductor Frank Fetta.

A champion of the San Bernardino Symphony, as well as the city it represents, Fetta remembered renowned violin professor Robert Lipsett attending a concert last year and commenting that the San Bernardino Symphony is “one fantastic orchestra.”

“I just hope that city council members, the community and the county board of supervisors know that this symphony has been in the heart of San Bernardino for 83 years,” Fetta said. >> Read the full article

 

SAN BERNARDINO: Orchestra to celebrate American music

By SHERLI LEONARD  / CONTRIBUTING WRITER
The San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra’s concert of Feb. 6 will be all about U.S. composers and the music they wrote about and for this country. Titled “Echoes of America,” the concert will be held at the California Theater for the Performing Arts in San Bernardino.

“People should know that Americans have written fantastic music, and that a symphony concert doesn’t have to be just about old European composers,” said Music Director and Conductor Frank Fetta in a recent interview. “Much of the music has never been heard by the general public, and it’s up to us to present it.” >> Read full article

 

 

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