KCRW DJ Jason Bentley Presents Electronic Music From Z-Trip & Bonobo
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The idea for Wavelength sprang from a desire to serve the Orange County region with a new and distinct popular music experience that demonstrates the versatility of Pacific Symphony’s musicians to collaborate with a wide range of artists. Celebrating its 35th year this summer, Pacific Symphony is acclaimed nationally and internationally as one of America’s most innovative orchestras. Through a committed approach to delivering the best concert experience possible, the Symphony gives over 100 performances for over 250,000 patrons in venues throughout Orange County.