2021-22 Concert Season
WE ARE OPEN! We are very pleased to announce our 2021-22 Season. See what we have planned for each of our five concerts HERE. Our first concert is Saturday October 2, 2021 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, off Lake Merritt in Oakland was a great success.
We have live streamed the concert so you can view the Haydn and Berlioz HERE. Unfortunately, due to publisher (G.Schirmer) requirements, we are prevented from streaming the Prokofiev.
We are complying with accepted coronavirus protocols to assure everyone’s safety. To be admitted to our concerts, every Audience member must show proof of full vaccination, with a photo ID. Every Audience member must wear a mask while inside the church building. All Orchestra Members are fully vaccinated and wear masks when feasible. Thanks for your cooperation that allows us to again present concerts for your pleasure.
You can see what we have planned for each of our five concerts HERE. All concerts are at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, off Lake Merritt in Oakland.
Prometheus Symphony Orchestra is an all-volunteer organization and relies on your contributions of any size to help offset the loss of concert revenue. Anything you can contribute to help defray our costs is greatly appreciated.
Music Director Eric Hansen and The Prometheus Symphony Orchestra welcome you to our concert series for the 2021–2022 season, featuring well-established favorites as well as innovative, modern works.
Our all-volunteer community orchestra is devoted to the rehearsal and performance of master works of the symphonic repertoire.
This is our fifty-fourth season of offering concerts to the Bay Area community. There is no admission fee and families with children are welcome.
Each season the Prometheus Symphony Orchestra sponsors a young soloist competition spotlighting the area’s exceptional young musical talent.
Our Mailing Address:
Prometheus Symphony Orchestra
P.O. Box 3335
Oakland, CA 94609-3335
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