Dvořák - "Nature, Life and Love" Trilogy
Luis Diego Herra - Symphony I
Mozart - Sinfonia Concertante
Lutosławski - Concerto for Orchestra
Elgar- Cello Concerto
Nielsen - Symphony No. 4
Orff - Carmina Burana
City Lights with original scoreperformed live by the orchestra.
June 24th 7:00 pm - 10:15 pm
Gundlach Bundschu Winery
City Lights is generally viewed as Charlie Chaplin's finest film – a silent film released three years after the start of the talkies era. Chaplin paid great attention to the live music played at the first runs of his silent films. In 1931, he astonished the press and the public alike by composing the entire musical score for City Lights.
Read the Classical Sonoma reviewof 'Dreamers & Titans'
Mahler “Titan” at SoCo Phil’s Season Finale by Terry McNeill for Classical Sonoma
Saturday, April 8, 2017
Playing before an audience of 300 in the Santa Rosa High School Auditorium, the orchestra under conductor Norman Gamboa's baton took moderate tempos throughout, aiming for sonic balance in the score that runs well over 50 minutes. In a departure from local symphonic custom Mr. Gamboa directed from memory, and clearly the Mahler 1 is a special piece for him.