• Announcing our 2019-20 season

    Check out our 2019-20 season schedule of outstanding 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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  • May 18 – Peter Jandula-Hudson, viola & Ken Hardin, piano

    House concerts present great music in an incredibly intimate space allowing the audience and artists a unique opportunity to connect in a whole different way than experienced in a larger concert setting. Join us for an afternoon program of "Salut d'Amour, Romance, Passion and Moonlight." ... [Read more about it]

  • Met Opera Live

    InConcert Sierra parnters with Sierra Theaters and Music in the Mountains to present MetOpera Live on screen. Enjoy the broadcast live from Lincoln Center in New York City on a Saturday morning with popcorn and/or a craft beer. Ten spectacular productions featuring opera’s greatest stars! for more information... [Click Here]

  • April 28 – Paul Jacobs, organ

    The only organist ever to have won a Grammy Award – Paul Jacobs is an eloquent champion of his instrument who argues that the organ for too long has been excluded from the mainstream of classical music.  Jacobs is known for his imaginative interpretations and charismatic stage presence. Click for more info…

  • May 19/21 – Sierra Master Chorale & Orchestra

    The Sierra Master Chorale and Orchestra is excited to present our new choral director and conductor Alison Skinner. The springtime program is full of lush melodies, sweeping harmonies, and works that remind us to celebrate the life we are living. Special guest soloists include Bren Altenbach, boy soprano; and Kevin Doherty, baritone. [click here 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]