Posted on July 5, 2022
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Santa Barbara Symphony performances will happen in-person on the Granada Theatre. (Courtesy picture)
The Santa Barbara Symphony has introduced its 2022/23 seventieth Anniversary Season. Nir Kabaretti, the symphony’s music and creative director, has curated a repertoire that weaves group, collaboration, and cultural traditions right into a nine-month musical journey distinctive to Santa Barbara.
Season highlights embody the return of Carmina Burana, a world premiere of an Elmer Bernstein rating, a tribute to the legendary John Williams, inventive creative collaborations with Ensemble Theatre Firm and the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, along with a lineup of internationally famend musicians scheduled to seem with the orchestra.
“It has been an honor to assist outline and form the Santa Barbara Symphony over the previous 16 years of our historical past when now we have labored with ardour and enthusiasm to replicate and draw upon the treasures of our group,” Kabaretti mentioned.
“Now greater than ever, conventional symphonic music is impressed and influenced by range, tradition, and an expansive vary of up to date musical genres,” he mentioned. “Jazz, Latin, pop, movie scores, theater, and even the spoken phrase artwork type of Chumash descent are built-in into this season’s repertoire whereas celebrating the symphony’s conventional essence.
“I can’t wait to share this journey with you.”
“The symphony employs a number of the most sought-after orchestral musicians on the West Coast, attracts from a deep pool of worldwide acknowledged composers and visitor artists, and nurtures wealthy, significant collaborations with fellow main arts organizations,” mentioned Kathryn R Martin, president/CEO of the Santa Barbara Symphony.
“As we enter this milestone yr, the symphony’s function is stronger than ever as we ship on our mission to create pleasure, connection, and influence by symphonic music for the subsequent 70 years,” she mentioned.
All performances will happen dwell, in-person on the Granada Theatre. Season subscriptions are on sale now with packages beginning at $112 for a four-concert package deal, and $184 for a full seven-concert package deal. Two one-night-only occasions can be found for subscribers to buy:“New Yr’s Eve with The Symphony and An Night with Sinatra.
Single tickets go on sale on Sept. 1. For subscriptions and ticket info go to www.TheSymphony.org or name 805-898-9386. For particulars on the upcoming concert events, go to https://thesymphony.org/concerts-events/orchestra-concerts/.