Annual Redding Cultural Cruise - Cruise Buses

Friday, January 25

4pm – 8pm

 

While you can Cruise Redding Culture taking your own car, why not join us on board one of the Cruise Buses? Two buses are available this year, the buses will cover different routes and offer slightly different viewing experience. Choose Express, if you want to get a taste of Redding Culture and Arts, the bust will be paying fast visits at all of the Cultural Cruise venues. If you prefer to savor the arts, select Cruiser which will visit Redding City Hall, Turtle Bay, North Valley Art League, California Street Labs and Old City Hall allowing ample time to view the art shows.

Tickets are $20 per person and include complimentary wine (for patrons 21+) donated generously by Moseley Family Cellars.

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Don’t forget to grab a Cruise Map and collect stamps at each stop for a chance to win a fabulous prize from one of the participating venues! Drop your map off, with your contact information, at the last stop of your Cruise.

Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival presents "Midwinter Beethoven"

Saturday, January 26

Doors: 7:00pm | Show: 7:30pm

Old City Hall, 1313 Market Street, Redding

 

Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival presents “Midwinter Beethoven” at Old City Hall. Entering its ninth season, the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival again celebrates the music of Beethoven with a 15-concert winter tour of three states. On Saturday, January 26th, the program will feature Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No. 3 and Cello Sonata No. 4, a world premiere of Trinity Triptych, a new trio by composer-in-residence Max Stoffregen, and Dmitri Shostakovich’s wartime epic, the Piano Trio in E Minor, Op 67. Festival director Ian Scarfe will be playing piano and discussing the program. He will be joined by violinist Rachel Patrick and cellist Charles Akert.

Admission is open to the public, audiences may pay-what-they-can, with a suggested donation of $20 per person.

North State Symphony presents winter chamber music. Brahms, Brahms, Brahms!

Sunday, January 27

Doors: 1:30pm | Show: 2:00pm

Old City Hall, 1313 Market Street, Redding

Tickets: $10 youth; $20 adults. Tickets available at Cascade Theatre Box Office

 

Explore beloved and lesser-known works by Brahms in an intimate setting.  NSS concertmaster Terrie Baune on violin will be joined by audience favorites Carol Jacobson on cello, Dan Nebel on horn, and special guest pianist John Chernoff.