Southland Symphony Orchestra & Chorus presents "Beauty & Power"
The full orchestra with chorus and soloists will perform the Ethereal "Requiem" by Gabriel Fauré and several selections from major choral-orchestral works. The SSO is accepting names to include in a special "Dedication in Memoriam" page!
By: Southland Symphony Orchestra & Chorus
Where: Place: Bethel Congregational Church UCC 536 N Euclid Ave Ontario CA 91762
When: Time and Date: 4 pm on Sunday March 31, 2019.
The program includes masterworks of the Choral/Orchestral repertoire:
Faure's ethereal "Requiem" and his beautiful "Cantique de Jean Racine";
plus these selections from more major works:
"How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place", from the Brahms "Requiem"; "Lift Thine Eyes" and "He Watching Over Israel" from Mendelssohn's "Elijah".
Special opportunity - In keeping with the special nature of the presentation of the Requiem, the SSO invites you to submit a name for our Beauty and Power concert Requiem dedication page. We are including a special "In Memoriam" dedication page in our printed program for this concert. If you wish us to include a loved one, please follow this link to submit (copy and paste the link if it is not "live"). https://goo.gl/
Please enjoy this video promo
Tickets are available on the SSO and SSO Chorus websites.
$5 General Admission includes 6 door-prize tix
$20 Premium tickets include preferred seating (center-front)
Free admission is available for those who cannot afford tickets. (No door prize tix are included with free admission - but you may purchase door-prize tickets at the event.)
Get tickets at http://southlandsymphony.com (http://southlandsymphony.com/?
(Tickets are held at door for you - NOT mailed except by special request)
About the Southland Symphony Orchestra & Chorus:
The Southland Symphony presented its first concert in Ontario on Sunday, December 11, 2011. The orchestra's founder and director, Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann, who had recently relocated to the area, saw a need and an opportunity to bring symphonic music to the larger Ontario Community, a community which was already embracing arts and culture. Since that first concert, we have presented more than 40 free, full-orchestra concerts for this community. Our Symphony Chorus joined the SSO family in 2016, rapidly earning a nationwide reputation of excellence, and was one of the outstanding choruses performing in Distinguished Concerts International's 2018 Presidents' Day Concert presentation of the Mozart "Requiem". They will be returning to Carnegie Hall, by special invitation, for the Presidents' Day 2020 presentation of the Rutter Requiem. The SSO has presented internationally renowned soloists from all over the globe, performing music of the greatest composers of history, and music of great composers still living today.The Southland Symphony is a non-profit organization, and needs your support to continue presenting these world-class quality concerts!
For even more info and to donate to the SSO - visit the symphony website (see link above) or donate using this PayPal link (copy and paste): https://paypal.me/
The Southland Symphony Orchestra and Chorus is a community orchestra and chorus, providing fantastic opportunities for qualified musicians to experience and perform live music of the highest quality. We welcome musicians of all ages and from all walks of life: Students and senior citizens, professionals and amateurs: Hobbyist, Professional, Retired…. All are welcome.
Are you an instrumental or vocal musician, and would you like a chance to participate in the orchestra or chorus? The Southland Symphony holds ongoing auditions for NEW instrumental musician members and chorus members. Interested musicians should contact us immediately for an audition, by calling (909) 235-9776 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.southlandsymphony.com or www.ssochorus.com for more information.
Dr. Sylvia Mann