The South Valley Symphony presents Anna Gingis performing the
Piano Concerto No. 1 in B Flat by Tchaikovsky at the season opener
Saturday night in the Gavilan College Theater.
The South Valley Symphony presents Anna Gingis performing the Piano Concerto No. 1 in B Flat by Tchaikovsky at the season opener Saturday night in the Gavilan College Theater.
The symphony will feature an all-Russian performance as the 29th season begins. Music Director and Conductor Henry Molicone returns for his third season.
Highlighting the program will be the Tchaikovsky Concerto with Gingis making her first solo performance with the orchestra.
Gingis has won many prestigious awards, among them the 1990 Silver Medal in the Russian Open Music Competition, the 1991 Gold Medal in the same competition, the 1993 Silver Medal in the United States Open Competition and the 2000 Laureate of Silvio Bengalli International Competition.
She debuted with the Russian National Orchestra at age 12 and has appeared with the Jerusalem City Orchestra, the Redwood Symphony Orchestra and the California Youth Orchestra.
Following intermission, the 60-voice Gavilan College Choir will also perform pieces by Chesnokov and Tchaikovsky.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and $7 for those 18 and under and are available at Porcella’s Music, California Music Company, Snappy Photo in Gilroy, Dorothy McNett’s Place in Hollister and The Music Tree in Morgan Hill. The performance begins at 8 p.m.