Prometheus Concert Re-Broadcast Available Below!

An afternoon of virtuosity with awe-inspiring sisters, Valery and Starla Breshears, our Young Artists Concerto Competition winners performing Brahms' Double Concerto for Violin and Cello.

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Prometheus Symphony Orchestra Concert: Sun. Jan. 30th @ 3PM (Lecture at 2:40PM)

Sunday from 2:40 PM - 6:00 AM PDT

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Add to Calendar 2022-03-27 14:40:00 2022-03-27 06:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Prometheus Symphony Orchestra Concert: Sun. Jan. 30th @ 3PM (Lecture at 2:40PM) The January 30, 2022 concert has a limited number of in-person tickets for the St. Paul's live performance; however, there is no limit on tickets for those watching the live streamed concert. Ticket registration is required to attend either the in-person or live stream. Participants who get live stream tickets will receive an email with the live stream link.

Location details are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.

Details to view the event are private and will be sent along with your ticket purchase.

The January 30, 2022 concert has a limited number of in-person tickets for the St. Paul's live performance; however, there is no limit on tickets for those watching the live streamed concert. Ticket registration is required to attend either the in-person or live stream. Participants who get live stream tickets will receive an email with the live stream link.

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Prometheus Symphony Orchestra welcomes you to the third concert of our 57th Season. We are planning to present a wonderful program for you, featuring the awe-inspiring sisters Valery and Starla Breshears, our Young Artists Concerto Competition winners, who will perform the Double Concerto for Violin and Cello, by Johannes Brahms. Following that the orchestra will perform Claude Debussy's masterpiece of composition and tonal soundscape: La Mer.

Click here to view the full concert program brochure here.

Since 1965, Prometheus has drawn on the wealth of excellent amateur and semi-professional musicians in the Bay Area. Whether former professional musicians or life-long amateur players, our members share a passion for great symphonic music. It is the members of our all–volunteer ensemble who perform the myriad of duties required to produce a fiveconcert season (we have no paid staff).

Founded in 1965 as a class at Merritt College in Oakland, Prometheus Symphony Orchestra became an independent not-for-profit organization in 1979. Each season it offers five or more concerts to the Oakland and East Bay communities, with no admission charge so great music is available to all. Concerts are customarily on Sunday afternoons to encourage families and elders to attend in a beautiful and accessible venue near Lake Merritt.

Throughout its history, Prometheus has performed challenging works from the classical era to the 21st century. We feature the greatest symphonic composers from the Classical, Romantic and Modern periods, while also presenting women and African-American composers. Our Khuner Young Artist Concerto Competition discovers gifted young musicians who perform with the orchestra each season. Many of the concerts are recorded and available on our website: https://www.prometheussymphony.org.


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Valery and Starla Breshears, our Young Artists Concerto Competition winners


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Johannes Brahms


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Claude Debussy


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