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Music Director Ransom Wilson will start the season on Nov. 16 with the world premiere of a new orchestral fanfare by Sean Friar. See the list of concerts on page 17.

The Redlands Symphony celebrates seven decades of classical music-making in the Inland Empire with its 2019-20 concert season featuring a world premiere, internationally acclaimed soloists and the newest edition of Music Director Ransom Wilson’s special concert series featuring the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The season also includes “A Classical Christmas” concert and a program featuring works by celebrated American composers. Full season subscriptions start at $81 or pick your favorite four concerts with a Pick-4 subscription starting at $61.20. Single tickets start at just $18. Details about season subscriptions and single tickets are available at redlandssymphony.com or by calling the box office at (909) 587-5565. Tickets may also be purchased at the box office on the night of the concert.

“The Redlands Symphony has been a shining star in Southern California’s performing arts constellation for 70 years and the orchestra’s musical standard gets better with each passing year,” according to Wilson, “This season will take our musical performances to a new level with the presentation of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 1, “Titan” and an entire concert program featuring our magical strings players.”