Coming in May! Concert 4: The Sublime
Saturday, May 20 - 8 pm and Sunday, May 21 - 3 pm, at Mendocino College Center Theatre.
Haydn's Cello Concerto, D Major, featuring cellist, David Michael Goldblatt, and Mozart's Requiem, featuring the Mendocino College Masterworks Chorale.
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Press Release for "The Sublime" by Roberta Werdinger
The Ukiah Symphony thanks all the guests, Sheridan Malone and The Thin Air String Band, Beth Keiffer's Catering crew, Martha and Charlie Barra and tasting room staff and all the business people and artists who helped publicize and provide auction items for Sip, Sup & Song on March 18.
Check our photos page to see images from the event!
We celebrate our new connection with Mendocino College, where we have been performing our concerts and showcasing the voices of the Mendocino College Masterworks Chorale at the May performance. Also, we are proud to announce that all students with an ASB card and kids under 18 will be admitted FREE to any of our regular concerts!
The 2016-2017 concert season also marks Les Pfutzenreuter’s 28th year as the Conductor and Music Director and Margie Salcedo Rice’s 32nd year as Concertmaster and Assistant Conductor. The majority of the orchestra musicians have played in the Ukiah Symphony for more than a decade. We are so fortunate to have such an outstanding group of talented and dedicated professionals in our small town.
The Ukiah Symphony has been bringing cultural enrichment and beautiful orchestral music to the Ukiah Valley community for 37 years. It was founded in 1979 by conductor and pianist Carolyn Hawley who was also the choir director of the Methodist Church of Ukiah. The orchestra got its start by playing Handel's Messiah at Christmas functions. Today, we have more than 50 members in the orchestra who perform four concerts in addition to our annual “Broadway under the Stars” performance at Nelson Family Vineyards.
We look forward to seeing you at our next concert! Click here to view/download our current brochure: 2016-17 Brochure
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Concerts at the College are held in the Center Theatre - look for the blue banners above the stairs at the main entrance.