“Redwood Symphony mesmerizing and awe-inspiring”
--Read David Bratman's review of Redwood Symphony's April 13, 2013 concert in The Daily Journal here.
Triumph in Davies Symphony Hall
On August 5 at 3 p.m. in Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, Redwood Symphony and combined choruses from New York and the Bay Area presented what critic Janos Gereben proclaimed the "Mega-Concert of the Year!" Playing before an enthusiastic crowd of 1700, the orchestra and chorus performed the Berlioz Requiem and other works.
“A startling discovery, at least for me, was the orchestra...it is one of the finest community orchestras around.” -- Janos Gereben
Collaboration with the Cañada College Multimedia Art Department
Redwood Symphony is pleased to begin a collaboration with James Khazar and the Cañada College Multimedia Art Department for production of artwork for concert advertisements. Students submit designs for a concert poster which is selected by orchestra's marketing committee. The first project is a poster for the 2012 Halloween Concert, and the winning student designer is Ace Del Rosario.
Redwood Symphony Makes Birthday Wish Come True
On July 6, 2011, Redwood Symphony welcomed Linda Santiago as guest conductor to celebrate her birthday. As arranged by Linda's daughter Olivia, Linda received a conducting lesson from Maestro Kujawsky and then conducted the final two sections of Rossini's "William Tell Overture" at the first rehearsal for the orchestra's 2011 summer pops concert.
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