2018 Tour Venue Information

June 19, Tuesday

Photo Credit: Cris Costea


Costa Mesa, CA  Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.
The Philharmonic Society of Orange County will present the Choir and Orchestra at the world-class Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, multidisciplinary campus of Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The Choir and Orchestra performed in the original Segerstrom Hall in 2004, also a Philharmonic Society presentation.

June 25, Monday


Mountain View, CA   Shoreline Amphitheatre 
Shoreline Amphitheatre is an outdoor performing arts venue in the San Francisco Bay area. It has a large seating capacity and regularly hosts classical and contemporary artists including some of the country’s biggest symphonies and orchestras.

June 27, Wednesday

Photo Credit: Brennan Spark


Rohnert Park, CA     Weill Hall + Lawn at the Green Music Center 
The Green Music Center is located on the campus of Sonoma State University in the northern San Francisco Bay area. The 1,400- seat Weill Hall opened in 2012 and is considered one of the most acoustically superb concert venues in the world. It is patterned after the Musikverein in Vienna, Austria, where the Choir and Orchestra performed in 2016. During summers, the back of the venue opens onto the landscaped and terraced Weill Lawn, where patrons enjoy the concerts in the open air.

June, 30 Saturday


Vancouver, B.C.        The Orpheum                                        The Orpheum is one of North America’s finest concert halls. Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, the theater has been designated a National Heritage Site of Canada. Best known as the home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Orpheum also features regular performances by some of the city’s finest choirs, as well as performing artists visiting from around the world.

July 2, Monday

Photo Credit: Fred Housel


Seattle, WA     S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium at Benaroya Hall
Benaroya Hall houses two performance halls in a complex occupying an entire city block in downtown Seattle, Washington. The crown jewel of Benaroya Hall is the S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, which opened in 1998. The 2,500-seat auditorium blends glorious acoustics and architecture to create an unparalleled aesthetic experience.