Inland Valley Symphony Presents “Romancing the Piano”
On Saturday, February 28th at 2:00 pm at Temecula Valley High School Golden Bears Theater, the Inland Valley Symphony and their new Music Director and Maestro, John Mario, present an all-classical program entitled “Romancing the Piano.”
The concert will feature Chicago-based Russian pianist Yana Reznik, who will perform Rachmaninoff’s beloved Piano Concerto No. 2, plus a rarely heard and complex work by Hungarian composer Erno Dohnányi, entitled Variations on a Nursery Tune.
“We are very excited to engage Yana Reznik as our guest artist for this very special concert,” Alana Joos, Inland Valley Symphony President said. “I have personally seen Yana perform and love her passion and dedication to her art as she demonstrates the various nuances of the music. From my perspective she is a new breed of classical musician who has embraced all aspects of the art of performance by becoming a successful entrepreneur, guest artist, producer, speaker, conductor and a cultural leader who utilizes captivating storytelling as a tool to teach young people about classical music. She is truly a universal voice for the classical art form.”
The members of the Inland Valley Symphony’s contribution to the afternoon’s line up will be the Overtures to Die Meistersinger by Wagner and Beethoven’s Fidelio.
Tickets for this extra special classical concert are adults $25, seniors (60+) $20, military $15, students $10 and Children (12 & under) $5. A “family fun” 6-Pack is available for $50, which consists of 2 adults and up to 4 children, 18 and under. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online at the symphony’s website. Visit www.InlandValleySymphony.org for more information.
Don’t let the anticipated storms deter you from seeing the Inland Valley Symphony’s “Romancing the Piano,” featuring Yana Reznik. It’s the perfect opportunity to enjoy the big city experience of a full live symphony right in your own back yard…and stay dry and warm in the process.