It’s a cast of world-class performers who wow the audience from the moment they step onto the stage with the San Diego Symphony.This show features traditional shadow art with silhouettes projected onto a large screen and performances both center stage—and in the audience!
Cervantes’ impossible dreamer and knight-errant Don Quixote gets the ballet treatment!
(Music is by Austrian composer Ludwig Minkus.) *San Diego Symphony does not appear.
NATHAN PACHECO: BE MY VALENTINE* - A CITY LIGHTS SPECIALSaturday, February 14, 8pm An audience favorite at the past two Summer Pops seasons, Nathan Pacheco makes his indoor debut at the Jacobs Music Center!
First brought to national attention by Yanni, Pacheco straddles the two divergent worlds of pop and opera.
This rising star with a golden voice, two PBS specials and a forthcoming new CD will give the perfect touch of romance to your Valentine's Day celebrations, performing everything from Puccini to DIRECT FROM MEXICO CITY: ORQUESTA SINFÓNICA DEL ESTADO DE MÉXICO(CLASSICAL SPECIAL)*Friday, March 13, 8pm Orquesta Sinfónica Del Estado De México Enrique Bátiz, music director and chief conductor Dalia Kuznecovaite, violin GRANADOS: Three Spanish Dances PONCE: Violin Concerto BRAHMS: Symphony No. 98The "Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico" makes its debut at the Jacobs Music Center! TRINITY ACADEMY OF IRISH DANCE*Sunday, March 15, 2pm In terms of influence and innovation, the Trinity Academy of Irish Dance has been at the progressive edge of the traditional Irish dance form for over 30 years, paving the way for such famous acts as “Riverdance” and “Celtic Woman.” Now, on St.
Patrick’s Day weekend at the Jacobs Music Center, the company itself introduces their newest production, “The Dawn,” choreographed by their founder, artistic director and longtime choreographer Mark Howard. THE THREE MUSKETEERS starring DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS (1921)*Saturday, April 4, 8pm Russ Peck, organ Douglas Fairbanks was the great American action star of the Silent Era, and his features (The Black Pirate, Robin Hood, The Mark of Zorro, The Thief of Bagdad) have been among the most popular Fox Film Series screenings of the past several years.
Now he appears as the young, impulsive d’Artagnan in Alexander Dumas’ classic tale of swashbuckling exploits during the reign of King Louis XIII of France. There's no one better to showcase his life, music and contribution to the entertainment industry than his very own daughter, Deana—a successful show business veteran herself.
Fairbank’s one-handed handspring to grab a sword during a fight scene is still considered one of the greatest film stunts ever! TRIBUTE TO DEAN MARTIN featuring DEANA MARTINFriday , April 10, 8pm Dean Martin: American icon. Deana Martin made her television debut performing on LILA DOWNS*Friday, April 17, 8pm A world music superstar known for her unique synthesis of indigenous Mesoamerican music with cumbia soul and jazz, Mexican-born, California and Minnesota-raised singer Lila Downs has a Grammy® award and a red-hot international profile augmented by her soundtrack appearances for the films LE OMBRÉ: LIGHT, SHADOW, WONDERSaturday, May 9, 8pm Le Ombré offers stunning special effects and mind-blowing live elements.
Now is your chance to enjoy selected concerts and presentations from the San Diego Symphony's amazing and diverse 2014-15 season at our newly refurbished Jacobs Music Center for just each!
All seats are in more expensive seating sections, Saturday, December 6, 8pm Jahja Ling, conductor Philippe Quint, violin Heidi Grant Murphy, soprano; Nancy Maultsby, mezzo-soprano Benjamin Butterfield, tenor; Charles Robert Austin, bass San Diego Master Chorale RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Overture to HOLIDAY POPS with EILEEN IVERS: A CELTIC CELEBRATIONSunday, December 21, pm With the Luck-o’-the-Irish” this holiday season, we set sail for the Emerald Isle.
Grammy Award-winning and nine-time, all-Ireland fiddle champion Eileen Iversjoins the San Diego Symphony for an evening of festive Irish holiday songs including "The Holly Tree," "Don Oiche Ud im Beithil (One Night in Bethlehem)," "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing"—in traditional jig time, and "The Wexford Carol" dating back to the 12th century along with so many traditional favorites.