An immersive orchestra experience benefitting the California Symphony
Saturday, June 16 | 6:00pm
WHAT'S INTERESTING ABOUT THIS CONCERT
- The orchestra performs literally surrounding dinner guests. Part of a redesigned approach to events, no other professional orchestra engages its patrons this way.
- Guest artist Joshua Roman won the principal cello audition for Seattle Symphony when he was only 22 and first performed with the California Symphony at 29 when he began his solo career.
- All proceeds directly support the musicians of the California Symphony and the children we serve through our education programs.
Beethoven—Symphony No. 5, op. 67, First Movement
Jalbert—Rhythmus from String Theory
Haydn—Cello Concerto, C Major, Third Movement
Piazzola—A Grand Tango
Beethoven—Symphony No. 7, op. 92, Fourth Movement
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TABLE FOR TEN (10) WITH VIP SEATING // GOURMET 3-COURSE MEAL // HOSTED WINE DURING DINNER // VIP PRE-DINNER COCKTAIL RECEPTION WITH MUSIC DIRECTOR DONATO CABRERA AND MEMBERS OF THE ORCHESTRA // HOSTED BAR ALL EVENING // VALET PARKING // RECOGNITION ON EVENT INVITATION // >> COUNT ME IN
BEST AVAILABLE SEATING // GOURMET 3-COURSE MEAL // HOSTED WINE DURING DINNER // VIP PRE-DINNER COCKTAIL RECEPTION WITH MUSIC DIRECTOR DONATO CABRERA AND MEMBERS OF THE ORCHESTRA // HOSTED BAR ALL EVENING // VALET PARKING // SIT WITH YOUR FRIENDS: SEND US A NOTE WITH YOUR REQUEST, AND WE'll MAKE IT HAPPEN // >> COUNT ME IN
All proceeds support the world class musicians of the California Symphony and our world famous education programs. A portion of all ticket and table purchases is a tax-deductible donation under the new tax law. >> VIEW PRINTABLE VERSION
Welcome Drink with Music Director Donato Cabrera
Hosted Hors d'Oeuvres
Silent Auction Open
Silent Auction Closes
Main Gallery Opens
Dinner Service Begins
Performance featuring the California Symphony with Joshua Roman
Live Auction & Fund A Need
Dubbed a “Classical Rock Star” by the press, cellist Joshua Roman has earned a national reputation for performing a wide range of repertoire with an absolute commitment to communicating the essence of the music at its most organic level. Before embarking on a solo career, he was for two seasons principal cellist of the Seattle Symphony, a position he won in 2006 at the age of 22. Since that time he has appeared as a soloist with the San Francisco Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, BBC Scottish Symphony, and many others. For his ongoing creative initiatives on behalf of classical music, he was selected as a 2011 TED Fellow and a TED Senior Fellow in 2015, joining a select group of next generation innovators who have shown unusual accomplishments and the potential to positively affect the world. Roman first performed with the California Symphony at the age of 29 when he began his solo career.
FUN FACT: Three composers have written solo works especially for Roman: Aaron Jay Kernis, Mason Bates, and Dan Visconti, the later two of whom are alumni of the California Symphony's Composer-in-Residence program.