Past Seasons

Diamond Jubilee

Concert 1: Basically Bernstein

Sunday, October 15, 2017, 3:00 PM

McAfee Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, California

Dr. Edward C. Harris, conductor
Michelle McDaniel, soprano
Alexandra Sessler, soprano
Andrew Metzger, tenor Printed program

  • Diamond Jubilee Fanfare Scott Pierson
  • Symphonic Suite from “Carousel” Richard Rodgers
  • Suite from “Candide” Leonard Bernstein, arr. Grundman
    The Best of All Possible Worlds
    Westphalia Chorale and Battle Scene
    Auto-da-Fe (What a Day)
    Glitter and Be Gay
    Make Our Garden Grow
  • Three Dance Episodes from “On the Town” Leonard Bernstein, trans. Lavender
    The Great Lover
    Lonely Town: Pas de Deux
    Times Square: 1944
  • Suite from “West Side Story” Leonard Bernstein, arr. Nefs
    Michelle McDaniel, Maria
    Alexandra Sessler, Anita
    Andrew Metzger, Tony

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Diamond Jubilee

Concert 2: Maestro's Choice

Sunday, December 10, 2017, 3:00 PM

McAfee Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, California

Dr. Edward C. Harris, conductor
Barbara Larsen, flute Printed program

  • Jubilee Michael Hennagin
  • Sunrise at Angel's Gate Philip Sparke
  • La Procession du Roccio Joaquin Turina, arr. Reed
  • Symphonic Dances Yosuke Fukuda
    Renaissance Dances
    Tango
    Hoedown
    Spirituals Bon-Odori-Uta
    Belly Dance
  • Serenade Howard Hanson
    Barbara Larsen, flute
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Diamond Jubilee

Concert 3: Songs of Life

Sunday, March 18, 2018, 3:00 PM

McAfee Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, California

Dr. Edward C. Harris, conductor
Layna Chianakas, soprano
Vivace Youth Chorus, Peggy Spool, director

Printed program

  • Program TBD
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Diamond Jubilee

Concert 4: From the Northern Lights

Sunday, June 3, 2018, 3:00 PM

McAfee Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, California

Dr. Edward C. Harris, conductor
Jon Nakamatsu, piano

Printed program

  • Program TBD
Past Seasons

Diamond Jubilee

Concert 5: Fantastic Fourth!

Wednesday, July 4, 2018, Time TBD

Oak Meaduow Park, Los Gatos, California

Dr. Edward C. Harris, conductor
Walter M. Mayes, narrator

Printed program

  • Program TBD