Four Conductors – Search from 70th Season Stalled
Fall Kickoff to the 2020-2021 Season Postponed
Possible January 2021 return? Hope so – Stay tuned!
Like every musical organization nowadays, the Beach Cities Symphony is trying to make its way forward during this strange time. We are trying to find ways to bring music to our audience though we cannot actually perform in person. Feel free to continue to support BCSO via Facebook & Instagram. Also, though our season will undoubtedly be shortened, we hope you will consider supporting us and classical music by making a donation on our membership page. We know that it is an especially difficult time for everyone so any support at this time is most appreciated.
In light of the latest health crisis, Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra has indefinitely postponed our concerts until further notice. We wish to participate in keeping our community and its members safe by doing our part during this stressful time. We hope everyone is able to remain healthy and hope to see you again soon. Check back for more details about our future schedule.
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News & Announcements
- BCSO 71st Season is Up in the AirBeach Cities Symphony Orchestra will Most Likely Cancel the 71st Season (November) Kickoff – Hopeful for Possible January 2021 Concert Due to the current concerns with the COVID19, Beach CitiesContinue readingBCSO 71st Season is Up in the Air
- Paul Piazza is BCSO Guest Conductor for January 2020 Concert!We introduce Paul Piazza, BCSO’s 2nd of 4 guest conductors for our 70th Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra season, as we continue our musical director search since Maestro Barry Brisk’s retirement last year following 25 successful years at the helm. … Continue readingPaul Piazza is BCSO Guest Conductor for January 2020 Concert!
- Join us for the BCSO Gala: Summer in February!Beach Cities Symphony is celebrating being 70 years young, our honoree, BCSO Charter Member Bob Peterson (who was at the first BCSO rehearsal!) and our four guest conductors, one of whom will become permanent next year! Won’t you join us? Tickets are ON SALE NOW via EventBrite! … Continue readingJoin us for the BCSO Gala: Summer in February!
- Meet Geoffrey Pope, BCSO Guest Conductor for November Concert!Meet Geoffrey Pope, guest conductor of the first concert of our 70th Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra season and the first of four guest conductors, as we seek our new maestro after Barry Brisk retired last year from his 25-year long tenure at the helm. … Continue readingMeet Geoffrey Pope, BCSO Guest Conductor for November Concert!
- Georgi Slavchev plays Brahms for the BCSO November Concert!Born into a family of concert pianists, Georgi Slavchev has received musical guidance from some of the most respected musicians in the world today. He was conferred degrees with honors from Idyllwild Arts Academy, Rice University, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and the University of Southern California. … Continue readingGeorgi Slavchev plays Brahms for the BCSO November Concert!