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  • Tchaikovsky Fifth Symphony
    8:00 pm March 2, 2019
    2:30 pm March 3, 2019

    Our opener is a musical tour featuring Barber's virtuosic concerto, combining lush Romantic lyricism and angular 'modern' energy, with a brilliant ending that is a notorious test of the violinist's skill. In the second half, we hear Tchaikovsky's magnificent symphony, with its unparalleled mastery of all the orchestra's voices -- famously played through without a pause in WWII Leningrad during a ferocious bombing attack. Adam Schoenberg’s Canto opens the program and introduces us to a new composer very much in vogue today.

  • Star Wars: A New Hope
    7:30 pm March 29, 2019
    2:30 pm March 30, 2019
    7:30 pm March 30, 2019
    1:30 pm March 31, 2019

    Just Announced - On Sale Now! Luke Skywalker begins a journey that will change the galaxy, as he leaves his home planet, battles the evil Empire, and learns the ways of the Force. Don’t miss A New Hope in concert, with Symphony Silicon Valley performing John Williams’s Oscar-winning score live to the complete film.

  • Petrushka & Rach 2
    8:00 pm May 4, 2019
    2:30 pm May 5, 2019

    Ringling Bros. wanted something for 50 elephants and 50 ballerinas -- Stravinsky obliged. A much earlier commission resulted in a piece about a puppet's love and heartbreak. Petrushka is one of Stravinsky's most popular works filled with Russian folk tunes and brilliant orchestrations. Astonishingly, pianist Jon Nakamatsu, famed for his Rachmaninoff performances, has never before played the Second Concerto for South Bay audiences. From its first chords, the concerto casts its spell. The composer believed that music's mission is to express emotion, and this vibrant concerto succeeds so well that its themes have ...

  • Beethoven's Ninth
    8:00 pm June 1, 2019
    2:30 pm June 2, 2019

    Beethoven's Ninth is the unquestioned champion of the concert hall, a work that sums up the Classical age, looks forward to what would follow, and has come to represent courage, hope, and triumph around the world. Every December, innumerable Ninths are performed throughout Maestro Shimono's homeland to mark the turn of the year. SSV last played it to packed houses for the Symphony's 10th anniversary, This June it will be introduced by one of Dvoƙák's most joyful short works, festive and deeply felt.