|Pacific Chamber Symphony
Pacific Chamber Symphony is pleased to present a house concert featuring
Versatile jazz violinist
With wine and hors d'oeuvres at the home of Joan and Lynn Seppala
7911 Mines Road
Sunday, October 18
Jeremy Cohen's electrifying jazz violin performances have earned him nationwide accolades. |
Classically-trained and a student of Itzhak Perlman and Anne Crowden, Cohen has classical roots, but maintains outstanding jazz chops. He has recorded with the likes of Ray Charles, Linda Ronstadt, Cleo Laine, Carlos Santana and Aaron Neville. Cohen's eclectic style reflects his respect for a wide range of violinists from Perlman and Fritz Kreisler to Joe Venuti and Eddie South. Cohen has performed as soloist with numerous orchestras including the Virginia Symphony, the California Symphony and the Reno Philharmonic. His recording credits include motion picture and television soundtracks including "The Dukes of Hazzard" and Jane Fonda's "Dollmaker", and as concertmaster on recordings with Linda Ronstadt, Ray Charles, Aaron Neville, Howard Keel and Cleo Laine. He appeared on Carlos Santana's Grammy-winning CD "Supernatural" and the original "Star Wars" compilation CD with John Williams.
Rservations are $85 for one person, or 2 for $160
To make a reservation, just send a check to Special Event at P.O.Box 3134, Livermore, CA 94551-3134. Please include your name email address, and indicate how many people will be attending
Make your check payable to Pacific Chamber Symphony
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Our 2015-16 Season
November 2015 - Beethoven, Mozart, and Prokofiev
February 2016 - Delightful Strings and Joyful Songs
April 2016 - Majestic Masterpieces
WE HAVE AN AWARD!
The Pacific Chamber Symphony's collaborative effort with AKQA resulted in a Silver Lion at the 2013 Cannes International Advertising Festival!
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Pacific Chamber Symphony
has it all: a dynamic conductor, brilliant musicians, beautiful music, and a friendly atmosphere. A California Bay Area-based 30 member orchestra, Pacific Chamber Symphony’s intoxicating sound melds chamber music’s intimate clarity with instrumental variety and symphonic power.
Since 1989, the Pacific Chamber Symphony has performed over 400 different works in over 500 concert appearances. Pacific Chamber Symphony has a season of 3 to 5 concerts sets with performances in San Francisco, Napa, Alameda and Contra Costa counties.
Pacific Chamber Symphony educational programs have brought classical music to over 200,000 Bay Area children through full orchestra concerts for kids, maestro visits to school classrooms, school assembly performances, master classes for music students, and training in our Tri-Valley Youth Orchestra.
Pacific Chamber Symphony has been honored to perform for significant occasions such as the United Nations’ 60th Anniversary World Concert Celebration held at Grace Cathedral in June 2005.
Visiting Artist Forum
PCS Board Members
Lawrence Kohl, Maestro
Ron Koopman, Chairman
Lynn Seppala, Co-Chair
Friends of PCS
Paul and Pauline Thompson