in its 69th season, North Orange County Community Concerts Association
presents musical memories and exciting live performers at bargain
Our first concert on September 15, 2014 was a huge success as Gary Gould presented his "World of Winds." In addition to playing our favorites on three clarinets, three saxophones and two pennywhistles, he mystified us with his theremin. Audience members were invited to come forward afterward to try the this unique instrument for themselves.
On October 20, 2014, we learned all about the Paraguayan Harp and heard a wide variety of music that was performed to perfection by Alfredo Rolando Ortiz.
Then on November 18, 2014, the Street Corner Symphony Band brought its polished musicianship to our stage, playing jazz, standards, country, classical, pop, waltz, and Latin tunes.
For our fourth concert on February 9, 2015, the Classic Touch Duo of Pam Wheeler and Ray Carillo teamed up with virtuoso pianist Roy Woyshner to present an evening of everlasting standards and broadway favorites.
Single-event tickets are available by mail or at the door for the last concert of this series on March 30, 2015. Also mark your calendar for Sunday, April 26, when NOCCA joins with Fullerton First United Methodist Church to present a free bonus concert by five members of the Orange County's Pacific Symphony Orchestra. This concert is part of the symphony's "Freshly Squeezed Music" series.
Jenny Oaks Baker
Monday, March 30, 2015, 7:30 PM
Violinist Jenny Oaks Baker is a graduate of Curtis Institute of Music and the Juilliard School. She has soloed with the National Symphony, Jerusalem Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Pittsburg Symphony, Utah Symphony and the Orchestra at Temple Square. Her eleven CDs have sold over a quarter of a million copies. After serving as first violinist with the National Symphony Orchestra for seven years, she resigned in 2007 to devote time to her four children. Laura, Hannah, Sarah and Matthew will be joining her for this concert, which will include familiar classical numbers as well as selections from her Grammy-nominated album of the music of Disney films.
Special Bonus Concert!
Pacific Symphony Brass Quintet
Sunday, April 26, 2015, 4:00 PM
North Orange County Community Concerts is proud to partner with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra to bring you a special free concert by five superb members of the orchestra's brass section. The Pacific Symphony Brass Quintet has formed to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Music Director Carl St. Clair. Led by Principal Trombonist Mike Hoffman (at left above), the quintet includes Russell Dicey on French Horn, Tony Ellis (at right) on trumpet, David Wailes on trumpet and Fred Greene on tuba. Join us for "An American Musical Journey" with favorites by Gershwin, Bernstein and other American music icons. There is no admission charge or advance ticketing for this bonus concert, so arrive early and invite all of your friends!
Download the 2014-2015 season flyer and membership order form in PDF format.
Season subscription prices:
Subscribers must show membership card for concert admission. No reserved seats.
Send series subscription orders to Membership Chair John Jackson, 623 S. Clara Street, Anaheim, CA 92804. Include your name, address and phone number and indicate New Subscription or Renewal. For Family Plan, include names of students. Make checks payable to "Community Concerts Association."
Acquainted" admissions are available at the door on a space available
basis, $20 for adult and $10 for student. These fees may be later
applied toward a 2014-2015 full season subscription.
Orange County Community Concerts subscription includes reciprocity
privileges to attend, at no charge, concerts of other associations in
southern California, Nevada and Oregon.
Download the 2014-2015 Reciprocity List (three pages in PDF) for
Antelope Valley, Bakersfield, Bishop, Borrego Springs, Elko (NV),
Escondido, Hemet, Indian Wells (Ridgecrest), Laguna Woods, Lompoc,
Oxnard, Palm Springs, Paso Robles, Ramona, Redmond (OR) and Victorville. (Updated 8/21/2014)
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