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Date:
February 4, 2024

Time:
3:00 pm

Cost:
Individual Tickets: $90, $65, $50, $37

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Ruth Finley Person Theater

50 Mark West Springs Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

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Symphony Pops

A Night at the Oscars

With Guest Conductor Troy Quinn, Featuring Eric Rigler, Instrumental Soloist

Sunday, February 4, 2024, at 3:00 pm

2:00 pm Pre-Show Discussion

See the full series here: Symphony Pops Series

Individual Tickets: $90, $65, $50, $37

Timeline

  • New subscriptions go sale for members beginning June 7. General Public, June 10.
  • Individual tickets go on sale for members beginning August 23. General Public, August 26.

Season ticket packages are available by either filling out the New Subscription form online or downloading the form and sending the completed form to us by mail or email. See details on the form. If you have any questions, call the Patron & Member Services Office at 707.546.3600.

Unique for most Oscar concerts, selections for A Night at the Oscars all were either nominated for or won an Academy Award®.  All are the original orchestral arrangements and/or suites that were composed for the films, including the Mancini End Credits, as well as the original 1976 Gonna Fly Now from Bill Conti. Guest conductor Troy Quinn will take the podium, accompanied by the world famous piper, Eric Rigler, who originated the pipe playing on both Titanic with Celine Dion and Braveheart. An interactive finale invites the audience to choose for the encore either John Williams’ “Main Title” or “Imperial March” from Star Wars.

Troy Quinn, Conductor

Lauded for his energetic and riveting, yet sensitive conducting, Troy Quinn is in his sixth season as Music Director of the Owensboro Symphony in Kentucky. He is also the Music Director of the Venice Symphony in Florida, where he conducts both the classical and pops concert series. Quinn’s engagements have included performances with many prestigious orchestras in the United States, including the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, and the Rhode Island Philharmonic, where he serves as the Summer Pops conductor. He is also the former Music Director of the Juneau Symphony.

Equally at home in the pops and commercial world, Quinn has performed and recorded with some of the most popular artists of our time, including The Rolling Stones, Barry Manilow, Lee Greenwood, Josh Groban, Jennifer Hudson, Rockapella, Michael Feinstein, and Linda Eder. As an accomplished vocalist, Quinn has also collaborated with such prominent maestros as Helmuth Rilling, Carl St. Clair, and Dan Saunders of the Metropolitan Opera. In addition to his concert work, Quinn has made appearances on such hit TV shows as Fox’s GLEE, NBC’s The Voice, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno while recording on films like, The Call of the Wild and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Eric Rigler, Soloist

Eric Rigler’s legendary 50-year career on the bagpipes is world-famous. From performing “Amazing Grace” at the funeral of President Ronald Reagan to hundreds of appearances, recordings and films, Rigler has been referred to as “the most recorded piper in history.”

Featured in Amazon’s Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power, Rigler’s solos are familiar to audiences around the world through films such as Braveheart, Titanic, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Men In Black 3, Austin Powers, and the IMAX documentary, Everest, to television’s Outlander, Black Sails, Battlestar Galactica, The Simpsons and South Park. His diverse body of work also includes concerts with Paul McCartney, Bryan Adams, Josh Groban, Mike Oldfield and CD’s by Faith Hill, Phil Collins, Keith Urban, Bette Midler, Meatloaf, Josh Groban, Rubén Blades, Barbra Streisand, Kenny Loggins, Engelbert Humperdinck, Tracy Chapman, Rod Stewart, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and many others.

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Nancy and Michael Hall & The Heck Foundation

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