the Oxnard Performing Arts Center,
the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and
Santa Monica's Barnum Hall and The Broad Stage.
Oxnard Performing Arts Center
Located in the heart of downtown Oxnard, the concert hall’s warm, reverberant acoustics bring out the deep, rich sound of the New West Symphony.Before concerts and during intermission, patrons can enjoy light refreshments and stroll through the courtyard with its fountains and softly lit flower beds. Wine is available for purchase at intermission.
Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
The theatre offers a clean, crisp sound that highlights the ensemble and rhythmic precision of the orchestra. Pre-concert and intermission amenities include light refreshments and full bar service. Frequently changing art exhibits in the theatre add a special touch to the concert experience.
The Broad Stage, Santa Monica
The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center opened its doors in October 2008. The Broad Stage is an artist's dream and an audience's delight.
Barnum Hall, Santa Monica
First designed as the cultural center for the Santa Monica community in 1937, this historical Art Deco style gem underwent a complete renovation in the late ‘90s. Its intimate interior and perfect acoustics make it a music lover’s dream.