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The Pacific Symphony has been putting on awe-inspiring performances since 1978, and continues to wow audiences at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, in Segerstrom Center (formerly the Orange County Performing Arts Center). Don't miss your chance to experience the enchanting LIVE performance of the Pacific Symphony! Buy your Pacific Symphony concert tickets now!
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Pacific Symphony Concert Tickets

The Pacific Symphony is an orchestra that performs out of Orange County, Calif., at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. Fans of the orchestra, young and old, come to the Orange County Performing Arts Center where the hall is located to see the talented Pacific Symphony musicians. The group is best known for recreating classical masterpieces like “Songs of Lorca,” “Prometheus,” “The Passion of Ramakrishna,” “I Would Plant a Tree,” “Toward a Season of Peace” and “Mount Rushmore.” Purchase your Pacific Symphony tickets today and enjoy a night of classical composition with one of the West Coast's most prominent orchestras.

The Pacific Symphony was founded in 1978 as a collaborative effort between California State University at Fullerton and a committee of North Orange County Community leaders. It performed its first concerts at the Fullerton Plummer Auditorium under celebrated conductor Keith Clark. For the next six years, the Pacific Symphony recorded some of the most beautiful compositions of the decade. In 2002, the symphony commissioned and recorded the album An American Requiem, led by then-resident composer Richard Danielpour under the Reference Recording label.