Crystal Children's Choir 20th Anniversary Concert
Crystal Children's Choir was founded in the San Francisco Bay
Area in 1994. The choir's mission is to strive for choral music
excellence by providing choral music education to children and blending
the best of Eastern and Western musical traditions.
Crystal Children's Choir has toured Australia, Asia, Europe, and North
America, and has performed at prestigious venues.
El Camino Youth Symphony Annual Benefit Concert
Dr. Camilla Kolchinsky and the Senior
Symphony present an all-Russian
program with special guest Ilya Yakushev, winner of the World Piano
Competition and recipient of the Gawon International Music Society
Award. "Charismatic and energetic," Mr. Yakushev, will take the stage
with the Senior Symphony on March 15, 2014, at Flint Center performing
Tchaikovsky's epic Piano Concerto No. 1. The program also features two
great Shostakovich masterworks, Symphony No. 9 and the Festive Overture.
California Youth Symphony
The CYS Senior Orchestra continues its
exploration of American symphonic masters with works by Gershwin,
Creston and Harrison, as well as Richard Strauss’s 1888 dazzling
masterpiece Don Juan.
Peninsula Symphony - Fountain of Youth
Nathan Chan, cello and Jonathan Russell, clarinet and composer.
Grieg: In Autumn
Mendelssohn: Midsummer Night's Dream: Intermezzo,
Nocturne, and Wedding March
Lao: Cello Concerto
Debussy: Premiere Rapsodie for Clarinet and
Jonathan Russell: Double Concerto for Cello,
Clarinet and Orchestra (World Premiere)
Rumi Symphony Project: Untold
Featuring Shahram Nazeri, Hafez Nazeri with an All Star Ensemble
The internationally acclaimed Rumi
Symphony Project is the innovative creation of composer,
multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Hafez Nazeri, featuring his
legendary father, Shahram Nazeri, accompanied by an all star ensemble.
Rumi Symphony’s 2014 world tour celebrates their accompanying release of
one of the most anticipated albums of the year from Sony Classical
This groundbreaking project
which has sold out many of the most prestigious concert halls worldwide
aspires to cross cultural boundaries by integrating Western and Eastern
classical music into a new and universal harmony with hopes to bring
cultures and generations together through the messages of love and unity
interwoven throughout verses of the great poet and philosopher Rumi.
The highlights of this event include a
long-anticipated performance by the legendary Shahram Nazeri, dubbed the
“Pavarotti of Iran” by the New York Times, and the winner of the
Chevalier Medal by the French Government, along with his son, Iran’s
most influential young composer and one of the most innovative musicians
of our time, Hafez Nazeri.
These revolutionaries of the music world will be accompanied by an
eclectic ensemble selected from some of the most renowned performers of
the East and West.
3/24: TheatreworksUSA - Peter Pan
Peter Pan is an adapted version of J.M.
Barrie’s classic tale created by John Caird and Trevor Nunn. This
touring production explores the journey of a group of children in
turn-of-the-century London who use their imaginations to reenact the
story of Peter Pan.
(Approximately one-hour in length, recommended for grades K - 5)
Curriculum Connections: Literature-Based, Visual Arts.
For Ticket information please contact Theatreworks USA directly
1-800-497-5007 or visit
Forum - Doris Kearns Goodwin
A world-renowned historian, Kearns
Goodwin is a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and popular political
commentator. She will talk about Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt,
the subjects of her two latest books.
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