Pacific Symphony is getting ready to embark on its first-ever tour to China, with performances in five cities beginning with Shanghai on May 9.

On the tour, violinist Pinchas Zukerman, Conductor Carl St. Clair, and the Pacific Symphony will bring a program of Mozart and more to their Chinese audiences. That means transporting a hundred musicians plus all of their instruments and equipment. Among those making the tour happen is Eileen Jeanette, Vice President of Artistic and Orchestra Operations.

Hit play below to listen to our extended Arts Alive interview with Pacific Symphony’s Eileen Jeanette.
 

 
 

Eileen Jeanette is Pacific Symphony’s Vice President of Artistic and Orchestra Operations. To learn more about the tour visit pacificsymphony.org.

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