Dana Point Symphony Opens the Season on Saturday October 21 2017

Dana Point Symphony October 21 2017

Dana Point Symphony Opens their Season Saturday October 21 2017 with the Music of the Macabre.

The mission of the Dana Point Symphony is to provide world-class classical music to the Dana Point and surrounding community and make it accessible to everyone.

Dana Point Symphony Music of the Macabre October 21 2017 Music Selection

Saint-Saens – Danse Macabre
Grieg – Hall of the Mountain King from “Peer Gynt”
Weber – Concertino for Clarinet
Berlioz – Symphonie Fantastique

Dana Point Symphony Tickets are Online or at The Door

Full Season of 5 Concerts is $75.00

General Admission is $20.00

Senior, Military, and Students (18 & Under) Admission is 15.00

(4) Concert Pass is $60.00

(3) Concert Pass is $45.00

Dana Point Symphony Concert Location

St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church

33926 Calle La Primavera in Dana Point California.

St. Edward Church offers Free Parking

Dana Point Symphony 7th Season 2017-2018 Schedule

Saturday October 21 2017 7:30pm: Music Of the Macabre

Thursday December 7 2017 7:30pm: Holiday Concert Featuring Dana Hills High School Orchestra

Friday February 2 2017 7:30pm: Music by Tchaikovsky – Guest Conductor Miguel Campos Neto

Saturday April 7 2018 7:30pm: Bravo Soloist!

Saturday, June 9 2018 7:30pm: Bernstein, Bruch, and Copland

Dana Point Symphony History

The Dana Point Symphony grew out of then Mayor Scott Schoeffel’s vision of integrating and elevating music, art, and culture in Dana Point.

In collaboration with Music and Artistic director Dean Anderson and others, the Dana Point Symphony was born and has been fulfilling that mission for six straight years.

Each concert features one visual artist exhibition at the meet-the-artist reception.

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