Acclaimed flamenco dancer Siudy Garrido performs the Spanish ballet, El Amor Brujo composed by Manuel de Falla. Also featured: Piazolla’s effervescent tangos, Mozart’s overture to Cosi fan tutte, and Beethoven’s rousing Symphony No. 1.
We open the season celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month on October 6-8 in Santa Monica, Thousand Oaks and Oxnard, featuring acclaimed flamenco dancer Siudy Garrido performing the Spanish ballet, El Amor Brujo composed by Manuel de Falla. The program will also include a selection of Piazzolla’s effervescent tango pieces for bandoneon, Mozart’s enthusiastic Overture to Cosi fan tutte, and Beethoven’s rousing Symphony No.1. Tickets are available at newwestsymphony.org or by calling 805-497-5800.
The New West Symphony inspires passion for music through live performances that attract, engage, educate and enrich our diverse audiences.
Founded in 1995, the New West Symphony is a professional orchestra that draws its players from the rich talent pool of professional Los Angeles-area musicians. The Symphony is the resident company of the Oxnard Performing Arts Center, the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, and Barnum Hall in Santa Monica. It presents six Masterpiece Series concerts annually, performing major works from the symphonic repertoire with internationally-acclaimed artists as guest soloists. The Symphony also provides quality outreach and educational opportunities for the communities it serves through its annual Symphonic Adventures concert programs for youth, its traveling Music Van, and its partnership with New West Symphony Harmony Project of Ventura County, a year-round music and leadership program for underserved students.
Tickets start at $34, available by calling (805) 497-5800 and at newwestsymphony.org.
Phone: (805) 497-5800