Music Preview: JOHN WILLIAMS: MAESTRO OF THE MOVIES (and more from Pacific Symphony)

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by John Todd on March 26, 2020

in Music,Theater-Regional

SOME OFFERINGS FROM PACIFIC SYMPHONY

Virtual Mixer

Introducing the Virtual “Symphony Mixer”

Symphony Mixer is a new virtual social series hosted by Symphony Principal Flutist Ben Smolen, each virtual happy hour will feature live performances, interviews with artists, musical anecdotes and stories from behind-the-scenes.

Virtual Concert

“John Williams: Maestro of the Movies”

Pacific Symphony has produced its first-ever virtual concert, John Williams: Maestro of the Movies. Audiences of all ages will enjoy performances of selections from John Williams’ film scores. This unique online program is available on demand for 45 days.

Dennis Kim

No Hall? No Problem!

Check out the Voice of OC’s excellent overview of Pacific Symphony’s digital initiatives, with extensive quotes from Music Director Carl St.Clair and Symphony President John Forsyte about how we are continuing to connect with constituencies via online efforts.

Roger Kalia

Enjoy Symphony-Branded Zoom Backgrounds

Pacific Symphony has developed some fun virtual backgrounds so you can add some pizzazz to your Zoom calls. You can choose to appear onstage at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, outside on Argyros Plaza, or inside the Samueli Theater.

Cindy Ellis

Pacific Symphony @ Home Adds Online Learning Center

The new online music and arts learning center provides compelling digital content for teachers, parents and music students as well as resources for lifelong learners. This free and engaging content provides learning and inspiration for music lovers or all ages.

Bach CD

Classical Composers Deal With Pandemics

COVID-19 is not the first pandemic the world has ever seen. Throughout history, people have dealt with pandemics, but still, composers carried on. Find out how composers like J.S. Bach, Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff and Corigliano wrote inspiring music in difficult times.

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