Pacific Symphony Announces Artist Changes and Concert Postponements to Mitigate Risk to Audience, Musicians and Employees

Pacific Symphony announced yesterday that Pacific Chorale and the American Feel Young Chorus will not be appearing on the Lunar New Year concert program(Feb. 5), although they will be seen on a pre-recorded mosaic video to the traditional Chinese song, “Swan Goose.” The orchestra also announced the postponement of “Cathedrals of Sound” (Feb. 17-19), to

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LA Opus Review of Pacific Chorale’s 2021 Opening Night Concert

“It was a masterfully dramatic opening for the Pacific Chorale’s return to the concert platform.” “The return to the Segerstrom Concert Hall platform of the Pacific Chorale under their Artistic Director Robert Istad could not have been more warmly welcomed, and their performance of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil Op. 37 that was the main item, filling

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Press Release: Pacific Chorale Announces 2021-2022 Season with Return to In-Person, Indoor Performances

Press Contact: Libby Huebner, libbyhuebner562@gmail.com, 562.799.6055   PACIFIC CHORALE, LED BY ARTISTIC DIRECTOR ROBERT ISTAD, ANNOUNCES 2021-2022 SEASON WITH RETURN TO IN-PERSON, INDOOR PERFORMANCES SLATED TO BEGIN IN OCTOBER, AT RENÉE AND HENRY SEGERSTROM CONCERT HALL   Highlights of 54th Season, Spotlighting Contemporary Composers, Include: Two Tarik O’Regan World Premieres Bookending Season; West Coast Premieres

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The Wayfaring Project: Behind the scenes filming Bach

  After a 17-month “fermata,” Pacific Chorale finally returned to the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall stage to film Bach’s Jesu, meine Freude for The Wayfaring Project… and it was glorious to be back making music with our friends from Pacific Symphony again! Kudos to Arts Laureate for your superstar audio and video production expertise.

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