• 2018-19 season concerts!

    Check out our 2018-19 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 leaving you musically satiated.

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  • April 7 – MusicaliTea (Fun-draiser!)

    Our ever popular MusicaliTea goes UNDER THE SEA this season for an unforgettable afternoon of song, fun, laughter and a high-tea luncheon of petite sandwiches, scones and spreads, and desserts. Don't miss the fun! Tables of nine and indvidual seats available now... [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]

  • March 17 – St. Lawrence String Quartet

    The internationally acclaimed award-winning SLSQ is the ensemble-in-residence at Stanford University and coming to ICS! Its mission is to bring every piece of music to the audience in vivid color, with pronounced communication and teamwork, and great respect to the composer. Whether playing Haydn or premiering a new work, the SLSQ has a rare ability to bring audiences to rapt attention. [click here for more info]

  • 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…

  • 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]