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Music Society announces new season subscriptions now available

FALLBROOK - Fallbrook Music Society has announced that season subscriptions are available for its upcoming 2010-11 concert season, which showcases celebrated artists, amazing guest soloists and dynamic orchestral and chamber musicians.

“We welcome new subscribers to join us this season for a remarkable journey; international in scope; that reverberates with the sounds of music from around the world,” said Brenda Montiel, president of Fallbrook Music Society.

Season subscriptions are the greatest value and assure seating preferences throughout the concert year.

Connoisseurs and new patrons alike will find that this season’s programming showcases several exciting musical experiences. The season opens on Sunday, Oct. 10 with the talented, dynamic cellist Jonah Kim performing with Redlands Symphony.

Also appearing this season is the renowned Chamber Orchestra Kremlin with music director Mischa Rachlevsky and harpist Elena Mashkovtseva. Based in Russia, this excellent orchestra brings together some of the greatest string performers on the European scene today.

A Fallbrook area favorite, the Redlands Symphony under the direction of Maestro Jon Robertson will return with two additional, masterful performances, concluding the season with the Mahler “Resurrection” symphony with a chorus of over 100 voices. This thrilling orchestra is widely regarded, and has received the prestigious California Arts Council’s highest “exemplary” rating for several consecutive seasons.

All matinee concerts will focus on different repertoire - renowned artists and ensembles will provide listeners the opportunity to hear these superb world-class musicians in the 532-seat Bob Burton Center for the Performing Arts, acclaimed for its brilliant acoustics.

In addition to the four concerts offered in the Symphony Series, Fallbrook Music Society will also present the two-concert Virtuoso Series. On November 14, pianist Martina Filjak from Croatia will delight listeners with music from Chopin to Balakirev. First Prize Winner of the 2009 Cleveland International Piano Competition, Filjak is an adventurous musician with exceptional command of the keyboard.

The second concert in the Virtuoso Series on Sunday, March 27, 2011, presents an encore performance by the Italian Saxophone Quartet. This quartet is acclaimed by critics worldwide as one of the outstanding ensembles on the international music scene. The four varieties of saxophone blend to produce a unique fusion of awe-inspiring sound, enabling the group to play a wide variety of musical genres with a selection of classics.

All performances take place at 3 p.m. in Bob Burton Center for the Performing Arts, 2400 South Stage Coach Lane.

For information on how to purchase tickets at the greatest value price, call (760) 451-8644 or visit


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