Redwood City Events - Classical
Redwood City Events - Classical
Redwood City Events - Classical
Redwood City Events - Classical

Classical Series 2017

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classical_tile150xThree Weekend Evenings in 2017 - days & times below
Courthouse Square - map

For the classical, instrumental and opera music lover, or anyone who appreciates great musical talent! Families will love these free concerts, performed outdoors on beautiful Courthouse Square.

Redwood SymphonyRedwood Symphony
Saturday, June 24, 2017
7:00pm

For a magical summer evening, use music as a gateway back to some of your most cherished movie memories!  Join Maestro Eric K and Redwood Symphony (Redwood City's only symphony orchestra) in a one-hour program that includes John Williams' scores from Jaws and Superman, music from The Great Escape, Back to the Future, Ben Hur and more.  A great introduction to the symphony orchestra for kids and a nice way to enjoy some wine and nice weather. 

Opera San JoseOpera San José
Sunday, July 9, 2017
6:00pm

Opera San José, performing at the beautiful California Theatre in downtown San José, is a professional, regional opera company that is unique in the United States. Maintaining a resident company of principal artists, Opera San José specializes in showcasing the finest young professional singers in the nation. In addition to mainstage performances, Opera San José maintains extensive educational programs in schools and in the community at large and offers preview lectures and Introduction to Opera talks for all mainstage productions.

 

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Bay Shore Lyric Opera
Sunday, September 10, 2017
5:00pm

Let us entertain you with breathtaking, passionate, inspiring opera for the community from the greatest singers in the Bay Area. Come enjoy the world's most beloved opera arias and ensembles from beloved master composers like Verdi, Puccini, Bizet, Gounod, Mozart, and Mascagni. This year, Bay Shore Lyric Opera will present Carmen. The performance will be sung in French with spoken dialogue in English with conductor Michael DiGiacinto.