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Get all 5 Sundays and save up to $149

Choose Your Own:  Any 3, 4 or 5 concerts as low as $33 each

Single Tickets: Lesher Center for the Arts

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Balcony: $44-$74

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Balcony Right: $74

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Balcony Left: $74

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Orchestra Center: $54-$74

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Orchestra Right: $44-$74

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Orchestra Left: $44-$74

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The Lesher Center for the Arts

1 hour and 55 minutes, with intermission

COVID-19 Safety Policy

What’s Interesting About This Program

  • Vaughan Williams’ gorgeous masterpiece for solo violin and orchestra, The Lark Ascending regularly appears in all-time favorite classical music polls. California Symphony concertmaster Jennifer Cho is featured.
  • Full of irony and conflict, Haydn’s Hen Symphony gets its name from a fowl-like “clucking” heard from a rhythmic motif in the first movement.
  • Sibelius’ ethereal tone poem is based on a Finnish folk tale about a mystical swan that guards the island of the dead.
  • Inspired by the folk music of Bohemia as well as sounds of nature found in the Bohemian woods, Dvorák’s Symphony No. 8 is the most tuneful and cheery of his large-scale works.

Patrons must be fully vaccinated and masks are required. For details, please visit www.californiasymphony.org/COVIDsafety.  Thank you for your cooperation!

The Program

Vaughan WilliamsThe Lark Ascending

HaydnSymphony No. 83 (The Hen)

SibeliusSwan of Tuonela

DvořákSymphony No. 8

Featured Artists

Music Director, Donato Cabrera

Jennifer Cho, Concertmaster

Show Sponsors

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