NORTH STATE SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES
THE 2022-23 SEASON – EXPERIENCE JOY
CHICO/REDDING, CA – North State Symphony is pleased to announce a full and eclectic offering of concerts for the 2022-23 season centered on the theme Experience Joy. Under Music Director Scott Seaton the North Sacramento Valley’s professional symphony invites audiences of all ages to celebrate live symphonic music and bring some much needed joy into your lives.
No music is more full of joy and passion than Mariachi and on September 24 (Chico) and 25 (Redding) North State Symphony welcomes Los Angeles based Mariachi Garibaldi de Jamie Cuellar in a celebration of Latin composers. The three-time GRAMMY winning ensemble tours widely and will join Scott and Musicians exploring works by Arturo Marquez, Juventino, Rosas, and many more.
On November 12 (Redding) and 13 (Chico) violinist Chee-Yun joins your symphony to perform the popular Four Seasons by Antonio Vilvaldi. In a unique pairing the symphony will also perform Astor Piazzolla’s the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires in the style of the Argentinian tango.
New to the North State Symphony season is Holiday Pops! The symphony will fill the halls with joyous music of the season December 9 (Chico), 10 (Red Bluff), and 11 (Redding). With special guest soprano Daun Weiss, expect carols, selections from The Nutcracker and a Charlie Brown Christmas at this fun, family-friendly concert.
A concert titled Haydn’s Drumroll features works by Saint-Saens, Schubert, Telemann, and Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 103 “Drumroll” as the anchor. This dazzling concert February 11 (Chico) and 12 (Redding) will feature the recipients of the North State Symphony’s 2022 Young Artist Awards and the MTAC Youth Orchestra and the Shasta College Youth Strings.
North State Symphony’s annual young audience concert will feature Paul Dooley’s The Conductor’s Spellbook in which young Tony Stradivarius discovers a book of spells and uses it to fantastically control the orchestra. March 7 (Chico), 8 (Red Bluff), and 9 (Redding).
The Experience Joy season comes to extravagant close on May 13 (Redding) and May 14 (Chico) with blazing pianist Charlie Albright performing Rachmaninoff’s prodigious Piano Concerto No. 2. The concert and season conclude with your orchestra performing Antonin Dvorak’s life-affirming Symphony No. 8.
Tickets Go On Sale:
Donors beginning July 26
Subscribers purchasing the 4 concert season package beginning Aug 2
Single concert purchases begin August 9
Cascade Theatre Box Office / Redding at cascadetheatre.org or 530-243-8886
University Box Office / Chico at chicostatetickets.com or 530-898-6333
For more information about supporting your North State Symphony or more about the 2022-23 season visit www.northstatesymphony.org or call 530-898-5917.
North State Symphony is a professional orchestra dedicated to achieving excellence in musical performance and educational opportunities, while engaging and shaping the cultural life of Northern California.
North State Symphony is excited to announce the 2022-2023 Season. We are delighted to welcome everyone back into the symphony hall!
Season Subscriptions for the Redding Masterworks Concert series at the Cascade Theatre will be available August 2nd. Click here to purchase
Season Subscriptions for the Chico Masterworks Concert series at at Laxson Auditorium will be available August 2nd. Click here to purchase
*After purchasing a North State Symphony Subscription online, please call the University Box Office at (530) 898-6333, and a box office employee will help fulfill your order.
Interested in becoming a donor and supporting the North State Symphony all year long? Click here for more information!
Single tickets for all North State Symphony concerts in Redding will be available on August 9th.
Single tickets for all North State Symphony concert in Chico will be available on August 9th.
Click on the links to each individual concert you'd like to purchase:
December 9 2022 | Chico
December 10, 2022 | Red Bluff
December 11, 2022 | Redding
Welcome to the 22nd season of your North State Symphony!
This season in its entirety is about enjoying every single moment that we are together as a community relishing in the power of live orchestral music. There are bountiful ways you can Experience Joy at a North State Symphony concert, be it through our amazing orchestra, the thrilling array of guest artists, or just being in your favorite seat around friends, family, and a community of like-minded music lovers. In this incredible time of experiencing life anew, there is nothing quite like the sonic potency of an orchestra to transform, to heal, and to inspire. See you at the symphony!
"Musician Accents" is a virtual series produced by Music Director Scott Seaton. Enjoy a deeper and intimate look into the musicians who make up the North State Symphony. Conversations and topics range from musical backgrounds, favorite composers and pieces, and their experience playing with the North State Symphony. This series began in September of 2019 during concert weekends and continues to be produced virtually.
Episode 15 | Concertmaster Terrie Baune
Episode 14 | section violin Ellen McGehee
Episode 13 | section cellist Anthoni Polcari
Episode 11 | assistant concertmaster Li-Yuan Ho
Episode 10 | section violin Michael Eby
Episode 9 | section percussionist Eric Whitmer
Episode 8 | principal viola Leah Carl
Episode 7 | student violinist Summer Sun
Episode 6 | principal bass Michael Schwagerus
Episode 6 | principal trumpet Ian Cochran
Episode 4 | principal flute Tim Koop
Episode 3 | clarinetist Ryan Heimlich
Episode 2 | principal cello Carol Jacobson
Episode 1 | principal timpani Brian Simpson