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Founded in 1978, Pacific
Symphony enriches the human spirit through superior performances of classical
and symphonic music. The Symphony is located in Orange County,
California's second most populous county, boasting a rich arts tradition
strongly supported by an engaged public. The region is a major tourism
area and business hub. For twenty-six consecutive years the Symphony has
balanced its operating budget of nearly $20 million and has no accumulated
debt. It has eighty-eighty regular
members of the orchestra, and employs an administrative staff of approximately
Pacific Symphony is a highly
dynamic and innovative organization, led artistically by Music Director Carl
St.Clair and operationally by President John Forsyte. It presents more than 100 concerts annually
and serves 250,000 community members each year. The Symphony is
nationally and internationally recognized for performance excellence, strong
community engagement through education and other programming, and for
commissioned new works by contemporary composers. Pacific Symphony twice
received prestigious ASCAP Awards for Adventuresome Programming. Pacific
Symphony's Class Act elementary school enrichment program has been honored by
the National Endowment for the Arts.
Resident for much of the year
at the renowned Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, the Symphony also
presents an outdoor summer series at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre. In the
2015-2016 season, Music Director Carl St.Clair will be celebrating his 26th
Anniversary with the Pacific Symphony, while Principal Pops Conductor Richard
Kaufman is celebrating his 25th season leading the Pops series.