• 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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  • Oct 20 – Michael Brown, pianist/composer

    Michael Brown has been described as “one of the most refined of all pianist-composers” (International Piano) and “one of the leading figures in the current renaissance of performer-composers” (The New York Times). Winner of a 2018 Emerging Artist Award from Lincoln Center and a 2015 Avery Fisher Career Grant, Brown is an artist of the highest caliber! - [Read more]

  • Announcing the Composers Project with Mark Vance (ages 12-20)

    This is a comprehensive school-year long course to learn about and enjoy hands-on experience composing your own works and having them performed by professional musicians. In addition, you will meet influential people who may be instrumental in your pursuit of your musical goals and igniting your passion, while attending concerts with a new ear and meeting the musicians - understanding their perspective. An experience of a lifetime! [Click here for more info]

  • Sep 15 – ICS Orchestra

    Our season opens with the alluring sounds of the InConcert Sierra Orchestra. Conductor Ken Hardin presents a tour of some of classical music’s most popular works including Tchaikovsky’s “Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture,” Debussy’s “Petite Suite,” and Brahms’ “Variations for Orchestra on a Theme of Joseph Haydn.” For more info... ... [Click Here]

  • Nov 17 – Venice Music Project

    Recommended by the New York Times in the article “36 Hours in Venice,” Venice Music Project presents takes you back in time to the era when Venice was a musical center of international prestige. Discover the great tradition of music in the Veneto, performed with original instruments and performance practices. Let’s go back in time!

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  • 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]