Virtual Concert: SRS@Home

Hosted by Santa Rosa Symphony

On Sunday, Feb. 28, join the Santa Rosa Symphony for a live Q&A followed by a stream of a pre-recorded concert featuring work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Taffee Zwilich. Zwillich will be answeing questions in real time from 2 p.m. Pacific, and the performance will begin streaming at 3 p.m.

This concert is available for viewing here on the Santa Rose Symphony website, but for a more enriching experience, watch it on the Santa Rosa Symphony YouTube channel on your smart TV, computer or other device. Please visit SRS's Ways to Watch page in advance, so you'll be ready on concert day. YouTube users find they can navigate back to the channel more easily by clicking on "subscribe." They also find it helpful to click on the bell icon to receive notifications of new content. View instructions here.


This performance will be recorded on February 13, 2021 at Weill Hall at the Green Music Center.

Conducted by Francesco Lecce-Chong
Artistic partner, Ellen Taaffee Zwilich


WAGNER: Siegfried Idyll for Small Orchestra

ELLEN TAAFFE ZWILICH: Prologue and Variations for String Orchestra

DVOŘÁK: Czech Suite


Pre-concert talk with Francesco, live on YouTube one hour prior to the concert.

During the concert, the camera crew take you closer than ever before to Francesco and the musicians, and orchestra members introduce the works.

Stay tuned immediately after the performance for a Q&A with Francesco and SRS musicians.

—from the event website