• 2015-16 Third Sunday Season Overview

    Mark your 2015-16 calendar now! InConcert Sierra is presenting a great variety of monthly concerts featuring the current emerging young stars - to internationally renowned performers - to our own local Sierra Master Chorale and InConcert Sierra Orchestra! Every concert is a memorable experience from beginning to end. Check us out! [Read more]

  • Cavatina Duo – Feb 21

    The Cavatina Duo – Eugenia Moliner, flute (from Spain) and Denis Azabagic, guitar (from Bosnia) has become one of the most impressive combinations of its kind in the world. Sérgio Assad (Brazilian composer/guitarist) called them “the best guitar and flute duo in the world.” The New Yorker Magazine agreed, “this pair is generally considered to be the best of them.” Join us for another outstanding Third Sunday chamber series performance. [Read more]

  • Chamber Favorites by Local Favorites – Mar 20

    Dvořák and friends mix it up in Grass Valley! InConcert Sierra’s artistic director and pianist Ken Hardin alongside concertmaster and violinist Richard Altenbach have cooked up a program of exciting ensemble chamber works for varied groupings of instruments featuring some of our finest local and regional players. Always a favorite! [Read more]

  • Splendor in the Brass – Feb 12

    Curious about the trumpet? Join UC Davis and SF Music Conservatory professor and professional trumpet player Scott Macomber (performs with SF Symphony, Opera, and Ballet symphonies) and pianist Nancy McRay to explore the world of trumpet incorporating works from the Baroque period on through modern times. Read more...[Click Here]

  • Nikolai Luganksy, piano – March 14

    Nikolaï Lugansky is considered to be one of the best classical pianists in the world. As well as a major performing and recording superstar, Lugansky teaches at the Moscow Conservatory. He will be performing an exquisite program of Rachmaninoff, Albeniz, Schubert and Beethoven - this is a program you just won't want to miss! [Read More]

  • Met Opera Live @ Del Oro Theatre

    Sierra Cinemas will present Manon Lescaut live Saturday, March 5 in Grass Valley. The Met stage ignites when soprano Kristine Opolais and tenor Jonas Kaufmann join forces in Puccini's obsessive love story. Director Richard Eyre places the action in occupied France in a film noir setting. "Desperate passion" is the phrase Puccini himself used to describe the opera that confirmed his position as the preeminent Italian opera composer of his day.

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