Sunday April 21, 7:00pm
Robert Frost Auditorium
in Culver City
In 2022-23 the Orchestra presented its first full season for several years, with four outstanding concerts led by four guest conductors.
Thank you to everyone who helped make our 2022-23 season a success!
Our 2023-24 season opened in November, as we introduced our new Music Director-Conductor, Clyde Mitchell, with a program that included a world premiere of Circle Overture by Craig Safan, and ended with a performance of the Symphony No. 1 of Johannes Brahms that showcased the Orchestra on its finest form.
The season continued in January with Maestro Mitchell leading the Orchestra and flute soloist Catherine Ransom Karoly in a celebration of Mozart's music.
Our April concert greets Spring with Johann Strauss II's "Voices of Spring" Waltz, Aaron Copland's "Appalachian Spring", and Beethoven's "Pastoral" Symphony No. 6.
Please note the 7:00pm start time.
See our CALENDAR OF EVENTS page
for more information about the program
The Culver City Symphony Orchestra's performances are supported in part by:
The members of the SoCal Symphony Society
The Recording Industry’s Music
Performance Trust Fun,
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture
Please check out our
CALENDAR OF EVENTS page for more
information on all of our upcoming events.
The orchestra is always in need of financial support, and Membership in the SoCal Symphony Society is one of the best ways to ensure the future of live concerts.
Please go to our Membership Page for information.
Your additional donations will help us present more of your favorite music.
We thank you for your generosity.
CCSO is presented by
SoCal Symphony Society
P.O. Box 4846, Culver City, CA 90231
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Culver City Symphony Orchestra and
Marina del Rey Summer Symphony
Announce New Music Director-Conductors
In 2022-23, the Culver City Symphony Orchestra made musical news with its first full season since the pandemic and a major talent search for a new conductor. Each of the finalists for the position had an opportunity to conduct the Orchestra during the 2022-23 season, and each also conducted a Marina del Rey Summer Symphony concert in 2022 or 2023.
The Board of Directors of the SoCal Symphony Society is pleased to announce two new Music Director-Conductors:
Clyde Mitchell will be the Music Director-Conductor of the
Culver City Symphony Orchestra, leading our winter season in the Robert Frost Auditorium and other Culver City venues.
Mitchell is the founding director of both the Lions Gate Sinfonia and the Lions Gate Youth Orchestra of North Vancouver Canada. He has been a guest conductor for all of Canada’s major orchestras as well as engagements in Europe, Asia, South America and the United States while living in Southern California.
Steven Allen Fox will be the Music Director-Conductor of the
Marina del Rey Summer Symphony, leading our "Best of the Westside" summer concerts in Burton Chace Park.
Fox has an extensive background in conducting and composing for a wide range of musical styles including film scores and pop music. He is the founding Artistic Director/ Conductor of the Golden State Pops Orchestra and made his Walt Disney Concert Hall debut conducting the inaugural performance of the Los Angeles Film Orchestra. He has also conducted the San Francisco Symphony, City of Prague Philharmonic and Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife.
Culver City Symphony Orchestra concerts are
presented at the Robert Frost Auditorium
4401 Elenda St, Culver City, CA 90230
From Los Angeles Conservancy:
"The Robert Frost Memorial Auditorium at
Culver City High School is one of the most
breathtaking Modern buildings ever designed."
Read the article: LINK
Robert Frost Auditorium Directions & Parking
When attending events at The Robert Frost Auditorium, please park only in the designated FREE parking lots that surround the facility.
Please respect the residents and do not park in the neighborhood.
Marina Concert, "Bernstein at 100,"
",,,,,this marvelous concert,,,,,"
Ballet World, Los Angeles
",,,,,,a Gem of a Concert,,,,,,'''
Read Carole Bell's review posted
in the Culver City Observer: June 10, 2017
“A Superb Concert by the
Culver City Symphony Orchestra,”
“This is a young-thinking orchestra with a
Here is the full review: LINK