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By Bradley Zint | August 23, 2012
Carl St.Clair may be more recognizable to Orange County music lovers, but Pacific Symphony President John Forsyte leads the team who makes the music happen concert after concert, season after season. Forsyte took the symphony's helm in 1998. During his 14-year tenure, the orchestra has not only toured internationally and called a new concert hall its home, but its stability has kept the music flowing, he said, and given it a national artistic reputation. Before all that, Forsyte, 47, who lives in Long Beach, grew up in the Chicago area.
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By B.W. COOK | June 29, 2006
Summer in Newport calls for charity on the water. The Pacific Symphony Orchestra's Young Professionals support group, known as Overture, held its second Balboa Scavenger Hunt on the bay. The hunt on water began with a champagne reception fronted by co-chairs of the event Shana Fife and Chris Trela held in collaboration with the Balboa Performing Arts Theater. Five teams consisting of 40 participants then set out in electric boats, following clues to the great discovery. A major event sponsor was Lear-Baylor, creators of an electric vessel making its debut on the harbor this year.
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By B.W. Cook | December 2, 2011
In time-honored tradition, 22 young women, members of the Newport Chapter of National Charity League Inc., were presented to society at the 51st Newport NCL debutante ball on Nov. 26. Resplendent in their white ball gowns and escorted by the gentlemen in their lives, who were attired in formal white tie, the debutantes danced the night away. They were marking a tradition, leaving youth behind and entering adulthood as accomplished women on a track for successful lives both in terms of personal achievement and community involvement.
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August 20, 2010
A tile mural featuring the Costa Mesa-based Pacific Symphony was unveiled last month at a Mission Viejo park. Several hundred participants of all ages helped create the work, which is more than 12 feet wide and 3 feet high. The mural on permanent display at Oso Viejo Community Park depicts a colorful scene with Pacific Symphony conductor Carl St. Clair, orchestra musicians, performers and spectators. Surrounding the picture are 4-by-8-inch tiles that illustrate measures of music from USC music professor and composer Frank Ticheli, whose compositions for band and orchestra are repertoire standards nationwide.
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May 11, 2003
Submit AFTER HOURS items to the Daily Pilot, 330 W. Bay St., Costa Mesa, CA 92627; by fax to (949) 646-4170; or by calling (949) 574-4295. A complete list is available at www.dailypilot.com. MUSIC BAVARIAN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Philharmonic Society of Orange County presents the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra playing a whole lot of Brahms in Segerstrom Hall at 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. The first night's program is Brahms' Symphony No. 3 in F major, Symphony No. 4 in E minor and Symphony No. 1 in C minor.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 2011
Due to a finger injury, Pacific Symphony concertmaster and violinist Raymond Kobler will not be performing at this week's 's Pacific Symphony American Composer Festival program, "The Passion of Philip Glass. " Symphony spokeswoman Jayce Keane described the left-hand injury as a chronic issue, but "nothing serious. " He will be replaced by the orchestra's associate concertmaster Paul Manaster for performances through Sunday. The concerts at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall will showcase Glass' ties to Eastern musical traditions and feature the Pacific Chorale and soloists.
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September 18, 2002
GETTING INVOLVED runs periodically in the Daily Pilot on a rotating basis. For information on adding your organization to this list, call (949) 574-4298. Mentor Program YMCA Community Services needs mentors to make a lasting effect on a young person's life. Students from 10 to 18 years old are matched with mentors to improve their school performance and self-esteem while developing positive peer and adult relationships. (714) 549-9622, Ext. 35. Mozart Classical Orchestra Orange County's only nonprofit resident chamber orchestra needs volunteers for ticketing, ushering, phones, mailing and help with receptions.
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August 14, 2001
The Los Angeles Jazz Institute will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Stan Kenton Orchestra Aug. 23 with an evening of jazz at the Balboa Pavilion in Newport Beach. Alumni of the Kenton orchestra will perform their Big Band hits to celebrate the group's "New Concepts of Artistry in Rhythm" era. Bill Holman and Bill Russo will lead the band and soloists from around the country, including Charlie Mariano and Carl Fontana. General admission is $50 but reserved seating will cost $100.
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April 27, 2013
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By: | July 30, 2005
. Renowned Russian quintet to perform As part of the Newport Beach Arts Commission Concerts in the Park series, the Russian National Orchestra's Wind Quintet is scheduled to perform at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Corona del Mar's Grant Howald Park. Sergei Markov, the orchestra's chief executive officer, will join the quintet on stage to narrate "Wolf Tracks," a contemporary update to the classic tale of "Peter and the Wolf." The Russian National Orchestra's recording featuring "Peter and the Wolf" and "Wolf Tracks" has earned the group a Grammy.
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