• The 2019-20 season

    Our 2019-20 season schedule offers an outstanding variety of world-class classical music concerts. Artistic Director Ken Hardin has put together a great variety of sensational “classical music to rock your world.” Every concert is a feast for the senses!

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  • Feb 16 – Paul Huang, violin & Helen Huang, piano

    Violinist Paul Huang is celebrated for his eloquent music making, distinctive sound, and effortless virtuosity. Helen Huang’s playing is praised for precise and consistent coordination with the violin that only a talented and diligent musician can achieve. The pair will make the walls sing…. Click for more info

  • Music Matters Youth Grant

    InConcert Sierra has established the Music Matters Youth Grant fund to offer assistance to promising young musicians who show a passion for, and dedication to, their chosen musical endeavors, but may lack the necessary financial means or access to pursue either lessons, an instrument, music camps, etc. To apply, check out this link... [Read More]

  • Feb 2 – “Poetry in Song” first Composers Project concert

    Mark Vance’s Composer’s Project for ages 12-20 presents their first composition of the season. Their challenge has been to set a poem of their choice to music scored for voice and one instrument.  Professional and local musicians will perform their works.  Join us to cheer them on!  [Read more]

  • Apr 5 – MusicaliTea 2020

    MusicaliTea is an unusual tea party with servers who sing! Sierra Master Chorale members will sing, and serve you a three-course petite luncheon. This year's theme is "Revisiting the 1960's" and the song and hats/costume ideas are endless! Get a table of nine together or come with a friend and "you'll have a jolly old time!" This is our annual fun-draiser! [click here for more info]

  • Mar 15 – Arnaud Sussmann, violin; Wu Han, piano; David Finckel, cello

    Honored  for a “sweet and smooth [sound] that can hypnotize,” violinist Sussman joins Chamber of Lincoln Center co-directors and two of the most influential classical musicians in the world, cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han for a program featuring works by Saint Saëns, Mendelssohn, and Beethoven….read more