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Open Tuesday – Sunday

Closed Monday*

 

Open for Calls

Tuesday – Sunday: Noon – 6:00pm

Friday – Saturday: Noon – 7:30pm
(925) 943-7469

 

Open for Walk Up

Tuesday – Thursday: 11:00am – 6:00pm

Friday – Saturday: Noon – 7:30pm

Sunday: Noon – 6:00pm
1601 Civic Drive
Walnut Creek, CA  94596

 

*In addition to the hours noted, the Ticket Office is also open one hour prior and thirty minutes after curtain for ticketed performances, including performances on Mondays.

Presented by California Symphony
September 23, 2018

Bernstein—Overture to Candide

Beethoven—Piano Concerto No. 3
    Charlie Albright, piano

Lena Frank—Three Latin-American Dances for Orchestra

Bernstein—Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

Running Time: approx. 1 hour 50 minutes, with one intermission
WHAT'S INTERESTING ABOUT THIS CONCERT
  • American treasure Leonard Bernstein made his conducting debut in a live radio broadcast with the New York Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall at age 25, with just a few hours notice and zero rehearsal time after the guest conductor became ill. This concert celebrates 100 years of his legacy.

  • Featuring themes like Somewhere and Maria, West Side Story is one of Bernstein's best loved and most enduring works, which helped to bridge the gap between classical and popular music.

  • Charlie Albright returns after his 2016 debut with the California Symphony, when he brought the house down with Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue and his Great Balls of Fire encore.


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