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Sinatra Centennial
Saturday 7:00 pm October 10, 2015


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The legendary entertainer Frank Sinatra would have observed his Centennial birthday in 2015. To celebrate this significant occasion the Stroke Awareness Foundation is pleased to welcome Frank Sinatra Jr. to a benefit gala commemorating his father for a once in a lifetime Centennial celebration. Frank Sinatra Jr. will be joined by a 45-piece orchestra from Symphony Silicon Valley to memorialize Ole Blue Eye’s 100th Birthday with an evening of beautiful music and one of a kind nostalgia.

Premier sponsorships available! As a premier sponsor, you will enjoy VIP seating at the performance followed by a fabulous birthday bash gala including celebrity chef Michael Mina’s choreographed late night supper. After you danced the night away to the sounds of the Big Band- era ensemble led by Fil Lorenz, you may retire to your room at the newly renovated Marriott Hotel.

Only a few VIP tickets are remaining, for additional information please contact Noemi Conway at 408-370-5282 or noemi@strokeinfo.org




 

 


Carols in the California
Saturday 7:00 pm December 12, 2015


Conductor: Elena Sharkova
Soloist(s): Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale
  • George Frideric Handel: Zadok the Priest

  • The Many Moods of Christmas created by Robert Shaw, arranged by Robert Russell Bennett

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Past Performances from This Season


Yellow River Cantata Concert
Saturday 7:30 pm August 8, 2015


A special event Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the End of World War II, featuring Symphony Silicon Valley and some of China's greatest artists comes to the Flint Center in Cupertino to perform Xian Xinghai's immortal choral masterwork for one night only!

The Yellow River Cantata by Xian Xinghai is the first multi-movement Chinese choral composition to gain widespread reorganization outside of China and enjoys lasting popularity.  Composed in early 1939 during Japan’s invasion of China, the Yellow River Cantata expresses the Chinese people’s strong will to defeat Japan and deep desire to bring China to great freedom and prosperities.

This concert will be performed by 300 singers from local choruses, a full orchestra with Chinese instruments from Symphony Silicon Valley, and top soloists from China. It is directed by Ding Cao, one of the top conductors in China, and highlights soloist Changyong Liao, the best baritone in China and the winner of many international competitions.

This concert, a joint effort of local Chinese community, commemorates the 70th Anniversary of the Victory in World War II, of the Victory in the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, and of the Founding of United Nations.

This Concert Takes Place at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino
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