The Pasadena Symphony opens its 92nd season at Ambassador Auditorium this Saturday, October 19th with afternoon and evening concerts featuring the latest work by a highly precocious Southland teen. David Lockington, who is beginning his sixth year as Music Director, has crafted a season of beloved mainstream works as well as pieces by emerging composers such as this weekend’s world premiere of music by 17 year-old Sydney Wang: P is for Play. Wang recently took part in the LA Phil’s prestigious Nancy and Barry Sanders Composer Fellowship Program and is also an award-winning pianist.
From the Central Coast to San Diego, from Santa Monica to Palm Springs, there are fascinating people creating incredible art and performances. KUSC will be covering those experiences on Arts Alive. And when you’re in the mood for a little more, like a longer version of an interview, more Arts Alive coverage is available online at kusc.org/artsalive.