Explore the 2021/22 Concerts
Download the program notes from the PDF below.
Concert #4 - At the Movies
held May 21/22
in person at the Mendocino College Center Theatre
The streaming video is now available on Vimeo - Subscribers received a link in their email on June 12.
This was a fun season finale concert for the whole family! Thank you to all who came out to hear us. It's been an "interesting" year, and your attendance and enthusiasm was just what we needed.
The Ukiah Symphony Orchestra plays some of the most recognizable music from your favorite blockbusters: Superman, Wonder Woman, Black Panther, The Lord of the Rings. Pirates of the Caribbean, & The Mandalorian
Reinhold Glière -- Andante from String Octet in D major, Op. 5
Jean Sibelius -- King Kristian II, Op. 27: Suite
Cycle/Recycle Concert Program --->
Concert 1 - Cycle/Recycle
originally broadcast October 22, 2021
Our season opened with a virtual concert of new voices and orchestral powerhouses reimagined for smaller ensembles. Melinda Martinez-Becker sings Mahler's introspective and emotional early song cycle, “Songs of a Wayfarer”.
Nancy Bloomer Deussen - Peninsula Suite
Hanna Benn - Where Springs Not Fail
Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
Gustav Mahler - Songs of a Wayfarer
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No. 4, 1st mvt.
Join us online as the USO returns home to play together in the Mendocino College Center Theatre.
This concert is currently available to season ticket holders only.
Festival of Lights Program
Concert 2 - Festival of Lights
December 4-5, 2021
This collection of beautiful pieces features moving music by Jewish composers, including some familiar tunes to get you in the spirit. Come celebrate the holidays with the Ukiah Symphony strings.
Alexander Tansman - Variations on a Theme by Frescobaldi
Mel Tormé - Christmas Song
Philip Glass - Arioso #2
Gerald Finzi - Romanze, Opus 11
Irving Berlin - White Christmas
Fanny Mendelssohn - Songs Without Words, opus 8
Felix Mendelssohn - Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Felix Mendelssohn - Sinfonia #10 in B minor
Concert #3 - Symphony/Sinfonia
Recorded live, February 27, 2022
A chamber-style concert of music from three composers of the early classical period.
Symphony No. 2 in D major - Joseph Boulogne (1745-1799)
Sinfonia in D Major “Venezia” - Antonio Salieri (1750-1825)
Symphony No. 29 in A major - W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)
Purchase your household a link to this lovely event through our ticketing partner, Instant Seats. Just click the button!