Beethoven ODE TO JOY at 200

Beethoven conducted the premiere of his "Choral" Symphony in May of 1824, and we're thrilled to present it in a way he never imagined. Join the South Bay Wind Ensemble, SoCAL Chorale, Maestro Steven Allen Fox, Chorale Director Marya Basaraba, and over 130 musicians on April 6 as we celebrate 200 years of the greatest symphony of all time!

We are rounding out the concert with Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral by Richard Wagner, First Suite for Military Band by Gustav Holst, and selections from Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Alan Menken.

Tickets on sale now!


Use code:    9thBeethoven30SBWE

Maestro Steven Allen Fox - Conductor
Matthew Visk - Assistant Conductor
Maestra Marya Basaraba - Chorale Director


Emily Dyer Reed - Soprano
Tara Alexander - Mezzo Soprano
Manfred Anaya - Tenor
Johann Schram Reed - Baritone

COVID-19:  Masks are recommended but not required. 
No other protocols are being enforced at this time.

Join The South Bay Wind Ensemble!

The South Bay Music Association is pleased to announce the creation of the South Bay Wind Ensemble, a new opportunity for semi-professional
and dedicated amateur musicians to perform challenging and rewarding music.

To inquire, please send an email to sbwe@sbmusic.org. Please include your name, primary instrument, other instruments you play, and any other details you'd like to share. 


Steven Fox - Music Director
Matthew Visk - Assistant Conductor

Andres Cabrera - Manager