Requirements for Entry:
Mask, Proof of Vaccination & Valid ID
What to Bring:
• Valid Photo ID (Ages 18 and Up)
• Proof of Full Vaccination* (Ages 12 and Up)
*Full Vaccination = At least 14 days after your final recommended vaccine dose.
Symphony San Jose requires each ticket holder (ages 12 years and up) to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to attending events. While in the theatre, every patron must wear a mask. Children under 12 are exempt from the vaccination requirement, but not the mask mandate.
For more info, please visit the Symphony’s website.
Four composers whose works defined America in the ‘30s and ‘40s come together in one grand program.
Copland’s expansive, optimistic Appalachian Spring became known as “the quintessential American sound.” Gershwin and Bernstein each give us a brilliant mix of symphonic music, jazz and Broadway.
The program closes with Duke Ellington’s stunning long-form jazz reflection on Black history from slavery to the Harlem Renaissance. Drawing on the blues, soaring gospel music, work songs, swing, and much more, Ellington created an all-American orchestral masterpiece.
Conductor: Tito Muñoz (pictured)
- Copland: Appalachian Spring
- Gershwin: Cuban Overture
- Bernstein: On the Town (Three Dances)
- Ellington: Black Brown & Beige
- Sat., April 2, 2022 @ 8pm
- Sun., April 3, 2022 @ 2:30pm