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Symphony
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198 N. Arrowhead Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone: (909) 381.5388
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Frank Fetta
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2014 - 15 Season Tickets

Season tickets are now available for 2014-15.
Click Here or call the box office at 
909 381-5388 to secure yours.


Happy Holidays

Individual tickets are currently available for the December 20th
Home for the Holidays concert.

Virtuosity

Visit the Ticket Information page for other concert tickets.

Join us to hear...
   Festival of Carols (Anderson)
   Nutcracker Selections (Tchaikovsky)
   Home Alone (Williams)
   Messiah Hallelulah Chorus (Handel)
   Judas Maccabaeus 'Hail the Conquering Hero' (Handel)
   Sleigh Ride (Anderson)
   Ninth Symphony “Ode to Joy” (Beethoven) 

The Symphony will be joined by Soprano Begonia Bilbao, Mezzo Sporano Nandani Sindha, Tenor Haqumai Sharpe and Baritone Ralph Cato, along with a choir of angelic voices.

Be sure to arrive early for a pre-concert a lecture by music historian Michael Tacchia in the concert hall.  Or, ascend the stair for a special family holiday time up in the California Room where you will hear holiday favorites read by local educators, meet children's book author Jamie Beck and receive a copy of one of her books, and frost sugar cookies baked by students at San Bernardino High School's Cardinal City Bake Shop.  There will also be strolling carolers from Loma Linda Academy throughout the venue from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

This event is not to be missed!

 


In the News

Symphony receives Symphony receives grant

Posted December 5, 2014
SAN BERNARDINO – When the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra performs next on Saturday, Dec. 20, they may be feeling a little richer thanks to a $10,000 grant.

SBSO is one of 163 nonprofit organizations nationwide to be awarded the NEA Challenge America Grant.

The symphony’s award will support “Music for All Ages,” a community engagement project designed to spark the imaginations of audiences.

 

Big entertainment, small price for Holiday concert

Posted: Friday, November 21, 2014

Anne ViricelThe San Bernardino Symphony has big plans for its Holiday concert this year with no increase in prices. The concert is scheduled for Dec. 20.

“Students are only $11,” said Dr. Anne Viricel, executive director of the San Bernardino Symphony as she reported on the program for the Kiwanis Club of Highland on Thursday, Nov. 20. “That’s less than it would cost to go to the movies next door (to the California Theater).”

There is also a family pack for a big family called “Six for $60.” That’s even cheaper than the student price. >> Read more

 

SB Symphony recommends staying ‘Home for the Holidays’

Following an amazing opening to their 86th season, the San Bernardino Symphony is now gearing up for their first holiday concert in many years.

“We wanted to create an enchanting evening appropriate for both young and young at heart,” said Symphony Maestro Frank Fetta. “We hope the entire community comes out to share this special time of year together.” >> Read more

 

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