Violin Virtuoso Sarah Chang Performs Sibelius
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The last date listed for Sarah Chang Plays Sibelius was Saturday April 12, 2014 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts
- Full Price:
- $59.00 - $99.00
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- $20.00 - $55.00
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Featured review from jeff tealRed Velvet
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Got my tix last day. Had a seat in last row on floor (orchestra terrace). Even from there the sound and view were fantastic!
I usually prefer recital concerts because you get to see featured artist perform multiple pieces, while they may on be onstage for only 1/4-1/3 of the program when they are listed as performing with the orchestra. In this case, Ms Chang performed for about 25 min, while the orchestra performed the opening piece and after intermission without Ms Chang.
In this concert, I thoroughly enjoyed the performances of the symphony orchestra on Dvorak piece and Ms Chang's Sibelius. I arrived late and had to watch the orchestra's opening piece's last 10 min on TV in the lobby before I could be seated at the break between pieces.
I've attended other concerts and other events in this venue and enjoyed the view from above, but had not been seated on floor level before- I highly recommend it if you can pay the higher price on Goldstar when more than one price level is offered.
Adam Schoenberg: Finding Rothko
Sibelius: Violin Concerto
Dvorak: Symphony No. 8
About the Ticket Supplier: Pacific Symphony
Pacific Symphony, celebrating its 35th season in 2013-14, is led by Music Director Carl St.Clair. The largest orchestra formed in the U.S. in the last 40 years, the Symphony is recognized as an outstanding ensemble making strides on both the national and international scene, as well as in its own burgeoning community of Orange County. Presenting more than 100 concerts a year and a rich array of education and community programs, the Symphony reaches more than 275,000 residents — from schoolchildren to senior citizens.