The Pacific Symphony is Orange County's orchestra. Dynamic community support has helped the Symphony evolve into the third largest symphony in California. Led by Music Director Carl St.Clair, Pacific Symphony is recognized as an outstanding orchestra, presenting more than 100 concerts a year, plus a rich array of educational and community programs. Pacific Symphony offers a perfect night out for every musical taste.
Programs at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall include great classical masters' works, pops concerts featuring big names in entertainment, chamber music, Saturday morning concerts for children and parents and a holiday performance of Handel’s Messiah. Founded in 1978, Pacific Symphony is the largest orchestra formed in the United States in the last 40 years.
Pacific Symphony offers a variety of programs designed to integrate the Symphony and its music into the Orange County community. Public support helps to provide the residents of Orange County with more than 100 concerts, 20 music education programs and numerous community outreach programs serving more than 250,000 individuals annually.
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