All our concerts for 2020 will be remote and can be accessed free of charge and viewed at home in the comfort of your own home. Once a concert has been posted it will remain accessible. This will enable you to watch multiple times, enjoy the concerts at any time of day and share with your friends! Steps to access concert at bottom of this page.
Venue: Your Home! Location: Streaming Online
Price: FREE. Time: 7:15pm
September 26, 2020-Saturday, 7:15pm
Our opening concert features our concertmaster Yi-Huan Zhao and cellist Beth Park performing beautiful duo arrangements that will tug at your heartstrings. “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” ― Victor Hugo
October 10,2020-Saturday, 7:15pm
Discover the artistry of Arthur Omura as he performs Preludes and Fugues from J.S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier on four different keyboard instruments!
October 30,2020-Friday, 7:15pm
Join us for this ghostly ghoulish delightful evening of Halloween music. Will it be a Trick or Treat? Join us and find out!
November 21,2020-Saturday, 7:15pm
Natasha Marin Concert
Internationally acclaimed Russian-born pianist Natasha Marin joins us for a special evening of music performing on Harpsichord then treating us to music by Tchaikovsky and Chopin on the piano.
December 5th, 2020-Saturday,7:15pm
“Beethoven’s 250th Birthday Celebration”
250 years of greatness, 250 years of Beethoven! Join us in this celebration to the great master of music.
“Sounds of the Season”
Let’s usher in the holiday season together as several of our musicians join us to perform holiday favorites. This program is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the holiday sprit!
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Here are the next steps to bring the concerts into your home…
How do I Watch?
You can watch on a desktop computer, a laptop, a tablet, a mobile phone/device, or even on the TV – whichever is your favorite place to watch videos!
You can play concerts on the television by connecting your computer via an HDMI cable.
If you have a Smart TV you can navigate to YouTube.
Watch via email:
If you have subscribed to our mailing list you will receive an email on the day of each concert with a link to the concert. Simply click the link and the concert will play at the time of the concert (Pacific Daylight Time).
Where Do I Click!
The Concerts Page details the date and time of each concert which will be broadcast at Pacific Daylight Time.
On the day of each concert a YouTube link will be posted on our Concerts Page and in the email sent to you. Just click on the concert and watch.
Once a concert has been broadcast, it will be available for you to watch or re-watch.
You can also access the concerts by subscribing to our YouTube Channel