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Sacramento Philharmonic

New excutive director at arts alliance

The Sacramento Region Performing Arts Alliance, which operates the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera, has named Alice Sauro as interim executive director. She was introduced to the alliance’s board of directors in January at their winter retreat. Sauro has a 29-year career of successful service as a musician and a manager of performing arts organizations. A […]

Sac welcomes opera stars

The Sacramento Opera and Philharmonic inaugural season of Two in Tune presents an International Stars of Opera Recital, This will be an unforgettable opportunity to hear two of the world’s highest caliber opera singers in Sacramento. Ruth Ann Swenson and Frank Lopardo have traveled around the world performing lead roles at the most esteemed opera houses. […]

Opera and philharmonic merge for an exciting new season

The Sacramento Opera and Sacramento Philharmonic, newly merged as Two in Tune under the umbrella corporation, Sacramento Region Performing Arts Alliance (SRPAA), announce their first joint season. Beginning on Aug. 11, the Opera and Philharmonic will present a unique and diverse program, encompassing mainstage opera and symphonic concerts, musical events for children and families, cutting-edge […]

Philharmonic names new director of development

Sacramento Philharmonic President and CEO David Nystrom announced that Jasmin Hakes has been promoted to the position of director of development. Hakes previously served for two years as the Philharmonic’s development coordinator, managing the Philharmonic’s patron relations and coordinating a successful spring fundraising campaign to close an anticipated budget deficit of the 2011-2012 concert season. […]

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