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Celebrating its 54th season, Marin Symphony is coming up with its first ever singles night this year.
The Marin Symphony season is including twelve big concerts which are offering six programs of precisely selected and performed classical music. The performances that will be included in the concerts range from the old and beloved classical favorites to the today's most refreshing and innovative compositions of great writers.

The Marin Symphony concert will be inviting the renowned guest soloists who are highly acclaimed around the world. These solo performers are considered as the most elating and upcoming stars of today's musical artists. These starring guest appearances include Jennifer Koh on violin performing Bruch's "Scottish Fantasy" on November 5 & 7, 2006, Orion Weiss, on piano performing "Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3" on January 28 & 30, 2007, Todd Palmer, clarinet performing Golijov's "The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac The Blind" on February 25 & 27, 2007 and Marin Symphony Chorus performing on "Durufle's Requiem".
Regarded as one of the most honored and influential cultural organizations in Marin County, The Marin Symphony came out of an inspiration of a small group of professional and amateur musicians with a will and wish of bringing classical music to the people of Marin. It was originally formed as the Symphony Guild of Marin. The very first concert of Marin Symphony was held at Marin County Catholic High School on December 14, 1952.

The distinguished artist and conductor, the Maestro of Marin Symphony, Alasdair Neale has earned a great reputation worldwide. He is regarded for his virtuoso insight and accurate interpretations of the classical music repertoire. He senses the nerves what today's generations desires in music and he amazingly creates programs with strong appeal to audiences. Under direction of this superb conductor, the Youth Orchestra emerged as one of the finest young ensembles in the world. This ensemble grabbed rave reviews for its performances in San Francisco, as well as on tour in Madrid, Paris, Prague, Dublin, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Leipzig, Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Vienna.

Alasdair Neale started guiding Marin Symphony under his insightful direction in 2001. Other than this prestigious designation, he also holds the responsible positions of Music Director of the Sun Valley Summer Symphony and Principal Guest Conductor of the New World Symphony and San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Out of many engagements for 2006 – 2007 season, the highlights of his guest conducting schedule include performances with the Nashville Symphony, Grant Park Music Festival, Fort Worth Symphony and Manhattan School of Music.

Providing an excellent platform to sound artists, Marin Symphony has proved to be a great inspiration to all upcoming musicians and people of Marin. Watch an amazing and fresh performance of these young musicians on stage at Marin Symphony concerts.