API 2.0 Version 1.0
Videos.List
Returns a list of videos. Videos are ordered with the most recent first, unless a custom order has been specified in the videos area of the Control Panel.
Example
Arguments
limit optional
Maximum number of results to return. Default is 20 and maximum is 100.
page optional
Scan into the results by specifying a page number. Default is 1.
tags optional
Specifies if the tags element (which contains the contributors, works, etc) should be included in the results. If you only need high level information you can reduce overhead by not returning tags.
Allowed values are:
  • 0 - The tags element is not returned.
  • 1 (default) - The tags element is returned.
auto-play optional
Specifies if the embed code should automatically play the video.
Allowed values are:
  • 0 - Auto-play is off.
  • 1 (default) - Auto-play is on.
embed-width optional
Specifies the width of the video in the embed code. Default is 425.
embed-height optional
Specifies the height of the video in the embed code. Default is 355.
cid optional
By default the API returns data for the contributor associated with your account and you can ignore this parameter. If you have extended API permissions you can request data from other contributors by specifying the cid.
Response Elements
Element Description Empty Allowed? Cardinality?
videos
Contains 0 to many video objects that match the request. The element also has attributes that describe the total number of items matching the request, the number of items returned per page, and the current page index of results.
yes 1
Sample Response
<videos page="1" max-per-page="20" total="199">
   <video>
      <itemid>2176689</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-24T00:01:21</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-23T01:27:46</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>meet the contrabassoon</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/YlgWbE_Arh8/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2176689</ielink>
      <length>4:57</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>YlgWbE_Arh8</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/YlgWbE_Arh8?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Now it’s time to meet the Bassoon’s big brother and the largest and lowest instrument in the woodwind family, the Contrabassoon!  Learn about the unique qualities of the Contrabassoon, hear the deep rich sounds of the instrument, see the size and curves of the Contrabassoon, and join San Diego Symphony Contrabassoon Leyla Zamora as she introduces us to her instrument.</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2176688</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-24T00:01:21</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-23T01:14:10</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Meet the Instruments - the Bassoon</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/38bfDCBSmik/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2176688</ielink>
      <length>6:08</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>38bfDCBSmik</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/38bfDCBSmik?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Join Valentin Martchev, Principal Bassoon of the San Diego Symphony, as he introduces his instrument, the bassoon.  Have you ever wondered what the word “Bassoon” means, or what language it is from?  What keys, and how many does the Bassoon have?  In this video we will learn interesting facts about the history of the instrument, listen to the warm sound as we learn about the next instrument in the woodwind family.</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2175604</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-19T00:01:18</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-18T17:26:10</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Johanna Nowik - Lunch & Listen</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/IWRrBpvDF_Q/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2175604</ielink>
      <length>32:26</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>IWRrBpvDF_Q</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/IWRrBpvDF_Q?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description />
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2175013</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-17T00:01:11</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-16T21:59:09</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Meet the Instruments - English Horn</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/u8gratdijk8/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2175013</ielink>
      <length>7:48</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>u8gratdijk8</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/u8gratdijk8?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Join us as we meet the big brother of the Oboe, the English Horn!  In this video we will learn about the history behind the name English Horn, see how the instrument is assembled, and listen to how it sounds similar to and different than the oboe.</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2175012</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-17T00:01:11</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-16T21:29:52</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Meet the Instruments - the Oboe</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/eGUl-wYhPOg/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2175012</ielink>
      <length>4:36</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>eGUl-wYhPOg</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/eGUl-wYhPOg?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Join Principal Oboe Sarah Skuster as she introduces us to her instrument, the oboe.  

Listen to how sound is made, see the mechanics of the instrument, and learn about unique aspects of the oboe that set it apart from the woodwind family instruments we have already learned about.</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2173066</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-09T00:03:02</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-08T18:19:58</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Meet the Clarinet</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/aUe1EGpFako/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2173066</ielink>
      <length>6:18</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>aUe1EGpFako</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/aUe1EGpFako?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Have you ever wondered how a clarinet is assembled, or what materials it is made from? Join San Diego Symphony clarinetist Terri Tunnicliff as she shows us how to assemble the different parts of the clarinet, what the different parts of the instrument are called, and the clarinet’s versatility in many different genres and styles of music.</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2173065</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-09T00:03:01</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-08T18:16:21</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Meet the Flute</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/RTh_k9fA-hA/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2173065</ielink>
      <length>5:10</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>RTh_k9fA-hA</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/RTh_k9fA-hA?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Join San Diego Symphony Principal Flute Rose Lombardo as she takes us on a journey to discover and learn about the flute.  In this video, you will learn about the unique sound and look of the instrument, how it is assembled and played, and explore how the flute is both similar and different from other instruments in the woodwind family.</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2171672</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-03T00:04:26</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-02T01:31:10</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Lunch & Listen: Kyle Mendiguchia</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4zTURZj4U3g/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2171672</ielink>
      <length>38:22</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>4zTURZj4U3g</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/4zTURZj4U3g?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Enjoy bass trombonist Kyle Mendiguchia's performance of "Three Songs" by Daniela Candillari. #MusicalHug 

Originally produced for the Lunch & Listen series, a weekly Q&A with CEO Martha Gilmer and musicians. Watch the full interview on Symphony Stream.</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2171671</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-02-03T00:04:26</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-02-02T01:30:25</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>"Three Shanties" by Malcolm Arnold</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/I1Na3GRwm3g/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2171671</ielink>
      <length>7:48</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>I1Na3GRwm3g</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/I1Na3GRwm3g?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Enjoy Malcolm Arnold's "Three Shanties," performed by Principal Flute Rose Lombardo, Principal Oboe Sarah Skuster, Principal Clarinet Sheryl Renk, Principal Bassoon Valentin Martchev, and Principal Horn Benjamin Jaber. #MusicalMornings</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
               <image>https://s3.amazonaws.com/photos.instantencore.com/261372/261372_150s.jpg</image>
               <photoid>261372</photoid>
            </contributor>
         </ensembles>
         <orchestra-chorus />
         <misc-contributors />
         <works />
         <venues />
         <instruments />
         <form-genres />
         <periods />
      </tags>
   </video>
   <video>
      <itemid>2170750</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-01-29T00:04:32</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-01-28T18:24:43</date-published>
      <date-created />
      <title>Meet the Instruments Trailer</title>
      <image>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Pflh1HVfSxs/default.jpg</image>
      <ielink>http://instantencore.com/video/details.aspx?ItemId=2170750</ielink>
      <length>1:55</length>
      <source>youtube</source>
      <sourceid>Pflh1HVfSxs</sourceid>
      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
      <embed-code><iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Pflh1HVfSxs?hl=en&autoplay=1&rel=0&fs=1&modestbranding=1&showinfo=0" type="text/html" width="425px" height="355px" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></embed-code>
      <description>Have you ever wondered why a French Horn is called French?  What does “Double” mean in Double Bass?
 
In this exciting video series, you will be introduced to each instrument in the orchestra.  Every week, we will go on a journey with the San Diego Symphony musicians to learn about the instruments they play, the unique sounds they make, and other fun facts.  Join us as we explore the wide array of musical instruments that make up a symphony orchestra!</description>
      <tags>
         <presenters />
         <composers />
         <arrangers />
         <artists />
         <conductors />
         <ensembles>
            <contributor>
               <cid>5100783</cid>
               <first-last>San Diego Symphony</first-last>
               <last-first>San Diego Symphony</last-first>
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      <date-added>2021-01-28T00:04:40</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-01-27T17:03:24</date-published>
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      <itemid>2169948</itemid>
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      <date-added>2021-01-26T00:04:50</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-01-25T17:48:39</date-published>
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      <title>"Overture to the Magic Flute" by Mozart</title>
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      <length>7:44</length>
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      <description>Enjoy "Overture to the Magic Flute" by Mozart, performed by Principal Flute Rose Lombardo, Principal Oboe Sarah Skuster, Principal Clarinet Sheryl Renk, Principal Bassoon Valentin Martchev, and Principal Horn Benjamin Jaber. #MusicalMornings</description>
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      <itemid>2167422</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-01-14T00:04:48</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-01-13T17:30:03</date-published>
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      <title>Lunch & Listen - Chi-Yuan Chen</title>
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      <description>Who else is missing the holidays already? ? We hope you enjoy Principal Viola Chi-Yuan Chen's performance of “Capriccio for Solo Viola” by Vieuxtemps. #MusicalHug</description>
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      <itemid>2166844</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-01-12T00:04:42</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-01-11T18:34:30</date-published>
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      <title>First movement of Mendelssohn's String Quartet No. 6</title>
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      <length>8:12</length>
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      <description>Enjoy the first movement of Mendelssohn's String Quartet No. 6, performed by violinists Kenneth Liao and Yumi Cho, violist Wanda Law, and cellist Andrew Hayhurst. #MusicalMornings</description>
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      <itemid>2165943</itemid>
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      <date-added>2021-01-07T00:04:38</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-01-06T17:08:02</date-published>
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      <title>Lunch & Listen - Greg Cohen</title>
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      <length>32:32</length>
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      <sourceid>KwXaGley0Ts</sourceid>
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      <itemid>2165680</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2021-01-06T00:04:39</date-added>
      <date-published>2021-01-05T17:08:17</date-published>
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      <title>"Miniatures Set No.6" by Erberk Eryilmaz</title>
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      <length>9:43</length>
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      <source-owner>San Diego Symphony</source-owner>
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      <description>Enjoy selections from "Miniatures Set No.6" by Erberk Eryilmaz and performed by violinist Julia Pautz & Assistant Principal Timpani/Percussion Andrew Watkins. #MusicalMornings

PROGRAM NOTE:
Miniatures Set No. 6 (2015) was written for my friends violinist Alyssa Wang and percussionist Abby Langhorst. The work includes 6 well-known folk songs from Turkey and Cyprus:
I. Asagiki Mahalle (From Thrace, Northwest Turkey, the folk song talks about how their neighborhood is better than the other neighborhoods that are surrounding their own neighborhood.)
II. Ellerinde Pankartlar (This is a political folk song about 34 people getting killed on 1977 International Worker's Day celebration in Taksim Square in Istanbul.)
III. Delilo (Popular folk dance shared with many cultures in the region neighboring Southeastern Turkey)
IV. Dolama Dolamayi (Folk song shared between both the Turks and the Greeks that live in Cyprus, love song talking about missing the loved one)
V. Tiridine Bandim (Folk song fro</description>
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      <itemid>2164454</itemid>
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      <date-added>2020-12-30T00:04:43</date-added>
      <date-published>2020-12-29T17:25:48</date-published>
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      <title>"Moonlight Beach Chaconne" by Joseph Martin Waters</title>
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      <length>36:49</length>
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      <description>Performed by violinist Pei-Chun Tsai

Originally produced for the Lunch & Listen series, a weekly Q&A with CEO Martha Gilmer and musicians.</description>
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      <itemid>2163792</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2020-12-25T00:04:55</date-added>
      <date-published>2020-12-24T12:00:34</date-published>
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      <title>Happy Holidays</title>
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      <length>0:54</length>
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      <description>Happy holidays! ?? ?? We hope you enjoy "Ding Dong Merrily on High" by Jehan Tabourot from Traditional Carols "Orks" performed by Principal Trumpet Christopher Smith! We hope everyone has a safe and merry holiday season.
?? : Principal Trumpet Christopher Smith</description>
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      <itemid>2163587</itemid>
      <owner>sdsymphony</owner>
      <date-added>2020-12-24T00:04:54</date-added>
      <date-published>2020-12-23T02:50:08</date-published>
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      <title>Noel Noel at Home with the San Diego Symphony</title>
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      <description>It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Keep the holiday tradition alive virtually at our FREE Noel Noel multi-disciplinary collaboration, narrated by multi-Grammy Award Winner Jason Mraz!

This year’s performance is hosted by musical artist Storm Lever and actor/filmmaker Scott Rad Brown. The orchestra is joined by San Diego Children's Choir, San Diego Master Chorale, and Principal Dancer of the California Ballet Reka Gyulai in a myriad of holiday selections led by guest conductor Timothy Semanik.</description>
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      <itemid>2163586</itemid>
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      <date-added>2020-12-24T00:04:54</date-added>
      <date-published>2020-12-23T02:49:53</date-published>
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      <title>I’ll be Jazzed for Christmas</title>
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      <description>Wrap yourself up in Jazz this Holiday Season! The San Diego Symphony is thrilled to present this special "at home" edition of Jazz @ the Jacobs featuring a glittering set of Christmas favorites as interpreted by a quartet of San Diego's finest jazz musicians.


Leading the group is the series' Artistic Curator Gilbert Castellanos on trumpet, accompanied by acclaimed jazz pianist Joshua White. The rhythm section is rounded out by in-demand Panama 66 jam session percussionist Tyler Kreutel and the electrifying young bass phenom, John Murray. You'll hear sturdy Yuletide standards like "We Three Kings," "Let it Snow," "White Christmas" and more, utterly and delightfully transformed into mind-blowing jazz inventions, all recorded live on the stage of Copley Symphony Hall? at Jacobs Music Center.</description>
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