• 2015-16 Third Sunday Season Announced!

    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]

  • House concert – Sept 27

    Local favorites, soprano Lyra Dominguez and artistic director/pianist Ken Hardin, will dazzle with a program of beautiful art songs & dramatic operatic arias on Sunday afternoon Sept. 27. Ticket price includes an intimate one-hour concert with mimosas, pastries, and great conversation with friends and the artist. Always a delightful afternoon. [Read more]

  • More music this summer!

    If you are visiting the area and/or looking for more opportunities to hear great music in Nevada County from Thursday through Sunday, July 16-19 -- check out The Center for the Arts' California Worldfest. On Thursday 7/16 and Friday 7/17, the Portland Cello Project will be on one of the Worldfest stages. "This indie orchestra gives classical music a jolt of energy," says - Spin Magazine. There is always something to see or hear in the Sierra Foothills!

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  • Joshua Bell – Oct 18

    InConcert Sierra's fifth anniversary season begins with Joshua Bell, one of the most celebrated violinists of his era. His restless curiosity, passion, and multi-faceted musical interests have earned him the rare title of a “classical music superstar.” This performance is sold out, however we do have a waiting list for tickets. Read more...[Click Here]

  • InConcert Orchestra – Sep 20

    InConcert Sierra celebrates its 5th year anniversary! Kicking off the celebratory season is the annual favorite InConcert Sierra Orchestra fundraiser featuring the "Greatest Hits of Orchestra." Conductor and Artistic Director Ken Hardin has another spectacular program of sparkling gems requested by our audience. You are sure to leave exhilarated and smiling after an afternoon of great music! [Click Here]

  • Spring Teen Scholarship 2015

    The 2015 recipient of the $1000 Spring Teen Scholarship is Braeden Ames. Braeden’s flute teacher, Shannon Devir noted, “Braeden is a great student. He is always prepared for our lessons and incorporates whatever we're focusing on into his practice well. He just loves music!” Braeden is a member of the NU Band, the NU Marching Band, the Nevada County Concert Band, and has recently performed with the Symphony of 1000 in Sacramento. [click here]