When describing his goal and vision for the 100-year-old organization, San Diego Symphony Executive Director Edward Gill puts it succinctly: "to be part of the fabric of the community."
It's a broad statement, but in more concrete terms, for an organization like the Symphony, part of that entails artistic programming with wide and diverse appeal. From September through May, the Symphony presents its Winter Pops and Jacobs Masterworks series, which comprise an 80- and 96-piece orchestra, respectively, performing classical works at Copley Symphony Hall. However, from late June through Labor Day, the Symphony holds its Summer Pops program, which covers a much more diverse selection of artists, ranging from soul to Latin to Broadway.
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