Redlands Symphony announces 60th season

Posted on: May 13, 2010

Tuesday’s (5/11) Redlands Daily Facts (California) reports, “The Redlands Symphony announced the lineup for its 60th season Tuesday morning at the University of Redlands’ Alumni House. Music director Jon Robertson, in town for the symphony’s season-closing Gershwin concert Saturday, took supporters through the 2010-11 season, which opens Oct. 9 with cellist Jonah Kim. … In a concert that will feature the work of a new artist selected as the winner of the University of Redlands’ annual Concerto Competition, the concert on March 12 will also present an evening of music from movies. … The fifth concert on April 16 will offer the premiere of composer [Anthony] Suter’s ‘Grafted Hymnologies.’ Stravinsky’s ‘Pulcinella Suite’ and Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, ‘From the New World,’ will also be performed. Co Nguyen will conduct. The season will close on May 21,2011, with Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 ‘The Resurrection.’ The performance will feature soloists Angel Blue, soprano, and Rebecca Robinson, mezzo-soprano. The performance will also include the combined choruses of the Community Chorus of Redlands and Ensemble XXI, the Redlands University Madrigals and the Redlands University Chapel Singers. Robertson will conduct. The season pays tribute to Edward C. Tritt, who started the symphony.”

Posted May 13, 2010