Dedicated to the performance and enjoyment of world-class music for people of all ages and backgrounds, the Eureka Symphony embraces music’s transformative joy of discovery and presents the best of the classical repertoire from Baroque to today and beyond!

We look forward to a vibrant 30th Anniversary Season in 2021-2022!

Due to Covid-19 pandemic restrictions we cannot offer concerts right now, but check back here or our Facebook page for updates on future performances.


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Meet the Musicians

"Meet the Musicians" is a series of lively Zoom conversations Carol Jacobson held with some Eureka Symphony musicians during the pandemic. Watch them all, you might be surprised by what you learn.

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Thank You To Our Donors!

The year 2020 was unparalleled in its impact on the performing arts and the communities they serve. This impact on the Eureka Symphony was softened by the contributions of many, which we would like to acknowledge here.

From the Music Director

Carol Jacobson

Welcome to the 28th Season of the Eureka Symphony. We are so delighted to be able to offer this amazing musical adventure to all of you here on the North Coast.

Together we'll experience some great music played by this wonderful orchestra, meet some new composers and hear fabulous soloists traveling here to Eureka just to play for you!

I say it every year, but it remains absolutely true there is nothing like the incomparable joy of live symphonic music.
Come be a part of it!  See you at the Symphony!

Music Director Carol Jacobson

North State Symphony

Eureka Symphony Music Director Carol Jacobson and Concertmaster Terrie Baune also play with the North State Symphony.
Here's the "Gypsy Strings" virtual concert they recently participated in. This performance was co-curated by Music Director Scott Seaton and Concertmaster Terrie Baune, and was recorded at Old City Hall in Redding, CA and the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka, CA.
The program features:
Brahms Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25, mvt. IV
Schumann Piano Trio No. 3 in G minor, Op. 110, mvt. IV
Klughardt String Quintet in G minor, Op. 62

Bravo to our Concert Sponsors!

 A special thanks to our amazing sponsors who help us achieve our symphony mission.

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P.O. Box 776
Bayside, CA 95524