SOUTH VALLEY SYMPHONY
42nd Season • 2015 – 2016
Pictures at an Exhibition
South Valley Symphony’s 42nd Season will hold its grand finale concert on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8 at 4:00 pm at Mission San Juan Bautista with a wine reception to follow the concert.
Postcards from the Americas continues the Season theme of Pictures at an Exhibition with the orchestra performing repertoire by Canadian, Argentinian, Mexican and American composers. Concertmaster Beverly Blount will be featured performing Piazzola’s Oblivion for Solo Violin and Orchestra, and SVS Principal Trumpet, Jeff Chambers, will switch from trumpet to Native American flute and perform his own composition entitled Thunder and Moonlight.
Celebrating a uniquely American genre, the Zinfandel Stompers, under the leadership of Jim O’Briant, will conclude the concert with traditional jazz, blues and other familiar favorites.
Tickets for the Mothers Day concert usually sell out fast. If you haven’t got yours yet – visit an outlet near you (see list under the Purchase Tickets tab above) or buy online through PayPal. Ticket price includes the Wine Reception after the concert.
MUSIC UNDER THE MARQUEE – June 5, 2016
South Valley Symphony will sponsor the Pacific Brass Band under the direction of Jim O’Briant, in an afternoon of fun music at Guglielmo Winery on Sunday, June 5 at 4pm. Tickets are $15.00 for adults; children and students are free. Buy online through Paypal, visit BookSmart in Morgan Hill or get your tickets at the event on the day of the performance.
Bring a picnic or snacks; enjoy a glass of Guglielmo wine. Water will also be available. Please note that NO outside alcohol is allowed on Guglielmo premises. More information about the concert will be posted here shortly.