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Our 2014-15 music director and conductor, Maestro Peter Jaffe, will lead the orchestra next season in a repertoire rich in classical favorites and new surprises. We begin in September with a free outdoor concert to mark the anniversary of 9/11. Read More
An Evening Under the Stars Gala Event
A Wonderful Event!
Thank you to the symphony community, our patrons, musicians and sponsors, and especially Marie Mitchell, Tony Mansour and Kevin Nagle for supporting our spectacular 2014 gala, "An Evening Under the Stars." Nearly 300 of you attended, and your generosity enabled us to exceed our financials goals for music enrichment programs. Read More
Tales of Love
February 14, 2015
Love is a many splendored thing - and you'll experience six of its variations at our traditional February concert, this year on Valentine's Day. Violinist Linda Wang will join the orchestra as guest soloist. The evening opens with the overture to Girl Crazy.Read More
The Folsom Symphony
The Folsom Symphony was established in 2004 to bring beautiful symphonic music to the Folsom Lake region. Through the commitment of our three founders – Bruce Woodbury, Dick Merz and Marsha Williams – along with our first music director, Michael Neumann, our dedicated musicians and scores of hard-working volunteers, we are proud now to be the premier orchestra for Folsom and its surrounding communities.
Our mission statement contains two important goals: present high-quality symphonic performances for our audiences and educate young people to enjoy and appreciate classical music. With the retirement of Maestro Neumann, who remains as Music Director Emeritus, we begin our 11th season with a new music director and conductor, Peter Jaffe. Maestro Jaffe continues to lead exciting symphonic performances while bringing some new musical experiences to our patrons.
The ‘Tis the Season holiday concert with Peter Jaffe was a visceral, bristling performance. The music was spirited, not often heard but very enjoyable. The blend too between choir and orchestra was perfect! A very nice showcase of amazing talent." - Lou Peele, Folsom
"A very enjoyable concert. It's always rewarding to hear familiar music live, especially true of Respighi." – Chuck Kooshian, Los Alamos, New Mexico
“Saturday, October 25, 2014 was a night to remember at the Folsom Symphony’s performance of ‘Majesty.’ Peter Jaffe, our new conductor, is totally involved in the music and is fun to watch as he conducts this talented group of musicians. Pines of Rome by Respighi, our favorite piece, was exciting, especially with the horn sections on both sides of the balcony above us. WOW!!! Can't wait for the next performance. – Bill and Carol Estee, El Dorado Hills
"Saturday night¹s performance of Pines of Rome was captivating and truly a world class performance by Maestro Peter Jaffe and the Folsom Symphony. The evening was filled with unique sounds that transported you back into Roman life complete with the sounds of swallows above and children playing; Gregorian chants and nightingales singing. The versatility of the Folsom Symphony is amazing and a treasure for the entire region. Magnificent performance!" - Marie Mitchell, El Dorado Hills
"I absolutely loved your "Out of This World" concert. Maestro Jaffe did a fabulous job leading the orchestra and engaging the audience. The energy was fantastic and the programming was a nice blend of light classics and pops music. I especially liked the excerpts from Holst's "The Planets," the "Star Trek" medley, and "Ride of the Valkyries." Maestro Neumann did a fine job bringing the orchestra up to this level and should be proud handing off the baton to such capable hands. Can't wait for the 2014-15 season!." - Bettina Uno, Walnut Creek
"This evening's performance was stellar! Pun intended. Welcome to new conductor, Peter Jaffe. He is animated, charming and engages the audience. World class music in Folsom" - Jessica Braverman Birch, Folsom Read More Testimonials