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Date(s) - February 14, 2015
2:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Pasadena City Hall


[ezcol_2third]Beauty, powerful rhythmic energy and breathless joy all describe Beethoven’s 7th Symphony. Its first performance was met with “applause that rose the point of ecstasy,” according to a contemporary newspaper account. Dylana Jenson, the first American woman to win the Silver Medal in the Tchaikovsky Competition, brings her talisman, the Shostakovich Violin Concerto, to perform with her husband, the Pasadena Symphony’s very own Music Director, David Lockington.

Program Notes available for download HERE!

Artist bios, available for download here.

Pre-classical concert discussion begins 1 hour before curtain.

“Jenson’ recording (Shostakovich) reveals a richly communicative voice… Urgently recommended.” – Fanfare Magazine

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David Lockington

David Lockington

Dylana Jenson

Dylana Jenson



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Dylana Jenson

Pasadena Symphony Lounge

symphony loungeThe new Symphony Lounge brings yet another addition to the care-free and elegant experience of the Pasadena Symphony and the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto. Where old friends gather and new friends meet, the Symphony Lounge is a place to mix and mingle in an upscale social atmosphere while enjoying delicious morsels, fine wine, and music before and after Symphony concerts. A posh setting established in Ambassador Auditorium’s beautiful outdoor plaza, featuring a laid-back social atmosphere, where you never know who might stop by.

Symphony Lounge Features:

  • 2400 sq. feet of elegant tented area
  • Fine furniture, warming fixtures, tables and seating
  • Full bar with a quality selection of beer and wine
  • Small plate menu offered by Claud & Co.
  • Music and social ambiance
  • Operating hours: 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

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