Temecula hosts free fall concert by the Temecula Valley Youth Symphony

Children play violins during the concert. Performing Classical Music on Violins

TEMECULA – Temecula’s free symphony series presents the annual fall concert performed by the Temecula Valley Youth Symphony Sunday, Oct. 13, at 3 p.m. at the Temecula Amphitheater at the Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Road, in Temecula.

The fall concert will included October favorites, such as “A Rockin’ Halloween;” highlights from Wicked, The Addams Family and Harry Potter and the Masterpiece Theater theme music “Fanfare Rondeau.” Other pieces include: “In the Hall of the Mountain King;” “Crown Imperial March” and “Bacchanale” from “Samson and Delilah.”

The concert will feature music performed by three orchestras within the youth symphony program: Temecula Valley Youth Symphony – conducted by Dr. Zun-Hin Woo; Junior Youth Symphony – conducted by Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann and Prelude Beginning Strings – directed by Gina Wingfield and assisted by Putnam Cook.

“Many of our previous students have gone forward with careers in music or have pursued studies in the sciences, research, engineering, math, education and business. We believe that the training they receive in our organization will help them become successful adults whose lives have been enriched by music,” Alana Joos, managing and artistic director for the Temecula Valley Symphony, said.

Bring lawn chairs and blankets to this outdoor event.

For more information, contact the Community Services Department at (951) 694-6480.

Submitted by city of Temecula.