Although a few events remain in San Diego’s “It’s About Time” music festival, Festival Curator Steven Schick pulled out all the stops for his last festival appearance conducting the San Diego Symphony Sunday, January 28, at the Jacobs Music Center . . .
Friday’s opening night performance of San DIego Opera’s production of Ástor Piazzolla’s tango opera “María de Buenos Aires” offered a surrealist story and the tantalizing allure of Piazzolla’s brilliant music . . .
On Friday (January 19) the choral ensemble Sacra/Profana offered its tribute to Carole King with a concert of new arrangements of her music, including all the songs from her iconic “Tapestry” album . . .
Steven Schick ramped up the excitement of his It’s About Time Festival with an all-star percussion marathon at the Jacobs Music Center Tuesday, January 16 . . .
Percussion virtuoso Steven Schick had the San Diego Symphony marching to the beat of his drum Saturday (January 13) in Roberto Sierra’s tumultuous Percussion Concerto at the Jacobs Music Center . . .
The San Diego Symphony’s “It’s About Time Festival” opened Thursday (January 11) with a rousing, sophisticated all-percussion concert at Barrio Logan’s trendy Bread and Salt venue. To be certain, offering a concert of percussion ensembles that will fill a house takes audacity and astute programming skills. Fortunately, Festival Curator Steven Schick possesses these traits in […]