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South Valley Symphony Autumn Concert.

The South Valley Symphony will open it’s 37th season this weekend. The orchestra continues the tradition of community involvement begun back in the early 70’s, going from a class  in the Morgan Hill Schools Continuing Education system to the full blown symphony orchestra of today. Current conductor, Dr. Anthony Quartuccio took over the podium from conductor and composer Henry Mollicone in 2006.  Dr. Quartuccio is also an assistant conductor at the San Jose Opera.


Rossini, Overture to an Italian Girl in Algiers
Bruch, Violin Concerto in G minor with Gretchen Miescke, soloist
Beethoven, Symphony #2

Saturday, October 9 · 7:30pm – 10:00pm

Location Gavilan College Theater, Gilroy, CA

Season tickets are available at www.southvalleysymphony.org

Listen to the orchestra playing at the San Juan Bautista Mission last May


Cathleen Candia, Mezzo-Soprano: Habanera from Carmen (Bizet)
Kenneth Mattice, Baritone: Toreador from Carmen (Bizet)
Christopher Bengochea, Tenor: La Donna Mobile from Rigoletto (Verdi)
Rochelle Bard, Soprano: O Mio babbino caro from Giani Schicchi (Puccino)


3 Responses

  1. Are you going?

  2. Really nice plug for the Symphony. During these rough economic times they need all the support they can get.

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