New West Symphony 2020-21 Season: Global Sounds. Local Cultures



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New West Symphony has reimagined its 2020-21 season Global Sounds. Local Cultures. in response to the ongoing COVID-19 related restrictions. This season of digital concerts features high-quality performances with our own incredible musicians and world-renowned guest artists, along with engaging complementary content, available to be streamed or on-demand. The season features eight mini-festivals that highlight the music, cultures and family traditions within Ventura County and surrounding communities, while emphasizing connections with orchestra repertoire. All orchestral performances are recorded at BAPAC.
The season  includes works composed by J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Debussy, Elgar, Gershwin, Mahler, Mozart, Schubert, Vaughan Williams, Scott Joplin, Florence Price, Toru Takemitsu, George Walker and more. Contemporary composers will include Valerie Coleman, Reena Esmail, Shinichi Yuize and others.

2020-21 Season: Global Sounds. Local Cultures.


Your 2020-21 Season All Access Season Passport will take you on a tour of a wide range of musical instruments and styles, while emphasizing thematic connections to orchestra repertoire. Online experiences are enriched with complementary content that provides a more in-depth exploration of a variety of cultural traditions represented in our community.

Each tradition—with Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Iranian, Mexican or South Korean cultural influences, or cultural references like Holocaust Remembrance—has strong connections to the music that we as an orchestra typically perform. We know you’ll be fascinated to have a virtual “front-row seat” as we highlight the music and traditions of our local communities and beyond.

Purchase an "All Access Season Passport"

Your “All Access Season Passport” includes access to all 8 mini-festivals, both those on demand and those still set to premiere later this season.

All concerts are presented from the Bank of America Performing Arts Center

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2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd, Thousand Oaks CA 91362



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