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UnstuffyAndUnstoppable

EPISODE 8

Violin Prodigy: Kevin Miura

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South Coast Symphony’s free 30-minute streaming concert series!

Every Friday at 7pm

Featuring:
  • Weekly updates from the Maestro
  • Meet the performers up close and personal
  • Program notes from our performers
And mini-concerts from:
  • Musicians from the South Coast Symphony
  • Past winners of our Young STARS of the Future
  • Guest artists

EPISODES

9/25/2020

Meet Isaac Kramer up close and personal.

10/2/2020

Actress and soloist Taylor Mettra shares songs from her home.

10/9/2020

Watch the performance of Gerry Hilera (violin I), Robin Cecil (violin II),  Kathleen Mangusing (viola), and Steve Velez (cello).

10/16/2020

Actress and vocalist Ashley Stanbury performs with harpist Jillian Lopez.

10/23/2020

Victor Shlyakhtenko performs Chopin.

10/30/2020

Enjoy the performance of Ben Barth (flute), Kristin Morrison (french horn), Ann Ludwig (oboe), Bill Hunker (bassoon), and Howard Stephens (clarinet).

11/13/2020

Mackenzie Grenier shares her New York City stories and songs.

11/20/2020

Violin prodigy Kevin Miura performs on the violin.

Young STARS of the future

The premiere competition and concert for Orange County

Over the past 20 years, the South Coast Symphony has featured 54 Young STARS and awarded over $58,000 in scholarships to aspiring musicians, along with a performance with the Symphony. Open to both instrumentalists and vocalists, the categories include classical, jazz and musical theatre.

KONCERTS FOR KIDS

Educational Outreach Program

Koncerts for Kids is a specifically designed multimedia program, professionally narrated, for fourth grade students. They experience music, performed by a large symphony orchestra, from a variety of genres including classical, jazz, opera, the film scores from Hollywood and songs from the great Broadway musicals. Each year 3,000 fourth graders attend these concerts. To date we have performed to over 50,000 students and teachers, completely free of charge!

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