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Orchestra seating available for the The Bodyguard, starring Deborah Cox Friday, June 1st at 7:30 PM:
- June 1st at 7:30 PM for $76
COSTA MESA NAMED A #DREAMEATS DESTINATION
See why Chase Ramsey, California’s Dream Eater, recently selected Costa Mesa as a #DreamEats destination.
IT’S A JOYFUL ODE TO AMERICA WHEN THE YOUNG, TALENTED MUSICIANS OF PACIFIC SYMPHONY SANTIAGO STRINGS CONCLUDE THEIR SEASON!
WHO: Pacific Symphony Santiago Strings (PSSS), instrumentalists in grades 6-9, led by Music Director Irene Kroesen under the artistic advisement of Music Director Carl St.Clair.
WHAT: For its energy-infused season finale, PSSS presents an afternoon of warm-hearted music from its own backyard! Experience a wave of Americana through the folk tunes and masterworks that built the nation’s classical canon—from a picture of life in early America called “Fantasy on Simple Gifts,” to the more modern, rollicking music of “West Side Story.” This performance presented by the high-achieving musicians of Santiago Strings will be sure to amaze and inspire with a program that also includes Brian Balmages’ “Point Lookout” (A Fantasy on Civil War Songs); Aaron Copland’s “Grover’s Corner” from “Our Town”; Joshua Reznicow’s “American Sketches” (A Fantasy for String Orchestra); Louis Prima’s “Sing, Sing, Sing”; John Philip Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever” and Leonard Bernstein’s “Danzon” from “Fancy Free,” plus, “One Hand, One Heart” and “America” from “West Side Story.”
WHEN: Sunday, May 20, at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, 615 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa
WHY: Come support and enjoy the impressive talent of the youngest members of the Symphony’s youth ensembles during this feel-good, hand-to-heart season finale! PSSS represents 30 schools in and beyond Orange County and provides an experience that nurtures the confidence, poise and musical sensitivity of young musicians through the study and performance of outstanding string orchestra literature.
The voices of veterans will come alive at Heroes Hall as former military men and women share their very personal and poignant stories of service in a community theater performance.
This special night of storytelling is brought to you by The Chance Theater, in collaboration with Arts Orange County, Heroes Hall and Veterans First. The evening’s performance is the culmination of a six-week veterans’ initiative, which provides veterans with a creative outlet and empowers them to share their stories.
Location: Heroes Hall at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa
Date: Tuesday, May 23
Time: 8 p.m.
RSVP: Get your free tickets at veteranstorytelling.eventbrite.com
Watch for South Coast Metro 360, the glossy, full-color magazine that covers Orange County’s cultural, culinary and commercial center. Call Diane Pritchett for a copy of our latest issue: 714.435.2109
Office Space Information
- One and Two at MacArthur Place
- 3 Hutton Centre
- Lakeside Tower at 4 Hutton Centre
- Griffin Towers
- Sandpointe at MacArthur Place
- The Met Costa Mesa
- Pacific Arts Plaza
- South Coast Plaza, Office Division
- South Coast Corporate Center
- Metro Pointe at South Coast
- Harbor Gateway Business Center
- The Hive (formerly 3333 Susan Street)
- The Press
For smaller rental spaces, consider Premier Business Centers and Regus located at 6 Hutton Centre Drive.
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