SOUTH VALLEY SYMPHONY
41st Season • 2014 – 2015
Part of the Symphony’s mission is to support the youth of our community in their musical endeavors, particularly students in our local high schools who study band and wind instruments. On May 8 the South Valley Symphony Orchestra and the Live Oak HS Jazz Band will be performing a FREE concert at 7:00pm in the Live Oak HS Theater. Please see the Live Oak Concert poster for more details. This concert is made possible with the generous support of Silicon Valley Creates and IBM Corporation.
The theme of the 2014 -2015 Concert Season is A Musicicans Journey – a journey that we hope has allowed our audiences a peek into the life of a musician from initial dreams and aspirations through the various stages of experience. Our last concert of this Season will be held on Sunday, May 10 in the Mission San Juan Bautista at 4:00 pm. Entitled A Masters Legacy it focuses on both master performers and master composers.
Our master performers are two members of the SVS orchestra: Pat Meyer and Matthew Class, performing Vivaldi’s Concerto for Two Cellos in G minor and SVS Principal Trumpet, Jeff Chambers and guest, Bob Netzly, performing Vivaldi’s Concerto for Two Trumpets in C major. In addition to Vivaldi we will hear music by two Master Composers: Aaron Copland – Dance Episodes from Rodeo and Beethoven – Fifth Symphony.
DON’T MISS THIS GRAND FINALE CONCERT! Buy your tickets online now or visit the ticket outlets in Morgan Hill, Gilroy, Hollister and San Juan Bautista. See flyer for details. General Admission tickets are $35.oo, children and students are FREE. Everyone is invited to a Wine Reception in the Mission Garden after the Concert where Lightheart Cellars will be pouring some of their wines.
The South Valley Symphony is a member of the Association of California Symphony Orchestras.