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Long Beach Performing Arts Center, Terrace Theater
at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center 300 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802
562-436-3661
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Brahms – Hungarian Dances 

German-born Johannes Brahms spent much of his professional life as a leader of the musical scene in Vienna. The folk rhythms in these dances were influential in the early development of Scott Joplin and ragtime music. 

Dvorak – Concerto fro Violoncello 

Written in 1895 in New York, Dvorak’s final solo concerto is brought to life by LBSO Principal Cellist Cecilia Tsan. Brilliant technically as well as emotionally, Dvorak pays a musical tribute to the muse of a lost love. 

Brahms – Symphony No. 3 

From brothel pianist to Beethoven’s heir-apparent, Brahms’ popularity and influence led to his being referred to as one of the “three B’s” —along with Bach and Beethoven. This Symphony debuted in Vienna and enjoyed greater success than anything he had written to date. 

About the Ticket Supplier: The Long Beach Symphony Orchestra

Established in 1935, The Long Beach Symphony Orchestra (LBSO) today draws loyal audiences from the greater Long Beach region to its six Classics in the Terrace Theater, four Symphony POPS! concerts in the Long Beach Arena, and its new Holiday Celebration concert. It also serves over 50,000 students per school year through its education programs.