The Sacramento area and Northern Nevada are rich with performing arts events. From theater to jazz, dance to classical music, there’s something for everyone.
In this edition of Sound Advice, Jeff Hudson provides a whirlwind regional tour of some of the highlights coming up on this winter’s cultural calendar.
- CapRadio Contributing Arts Reporter and Theatre Critic Jeff Hudson
- Jan. 18 & 19 — Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto feat. violinist Esther Yoo — Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts in Reno
- Jan. 24 - 27 — American Bach Soloists' Orphean Enchantments feat. countertenor Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen, violinist Tekla Cunningham, harpsichordist Gabriel Benton & flutist Sandra Miller — Davis Community Church
- Jan. 25 — Classics 3: Tributes feat. violinist Bella Hristova — Warren Atherton Auditorium in Stockton
- Jan. 25 — Royal Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor & violinist Pinchas Zukerman — Mondavi Center in Davis
- Feb. 1 — Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera feat. pianist Orion Weiss — Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento
- Feb. 7 — Modesto Symphony plays Rachmaninoff & Rimsky-Korsakov — Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto
- Feb. 8 & 9 — Chamber Music Society of Sacramento feat. French horn player Phil Myers — Congregation Bet Haverim in Davis (Feb. 8) & CSUS Capistrano Hall in Sacramento (Feb. 9)
- Feb. 22 — Camellia Symphony Orchestra feat. pianist Roger Xia — C.K. McClatchy High School Auditorium in Sacramento
- Feb. 29 — Academy of St. Martin in the Fields feat. music director & violinist Joshua Bell — Mondavi Center in Davis
- March 7 — San Francisco Symphony feat. music director Michael Tilson Thomas — Mondavi Center in Davis