In the best of all possible worlds, the Mingei International Museum not only provides performance space for the Camarada chamber ensemble, but also…
Canadian pianist Louis Lortie gambled on his unorthodox but virtuoso programming at Sherwood Auditorium Saturday (January 14) for the La Jolla Music Society . . .
Moving from its customary venue at the San Diego Museum of Art, Art of Élan set up shop on stage at Copley Symphony Hall Tuesday (January 10) to add a bit of American chamber music to the orchestra’s recently inaugurated American Music festival . . .
The splendid Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan electrified the San Diego Symphony audience Friday (January 6) playing Piano Concertos by Aaron Copland and Andrew Norman . . .
Once you leave San Diego’s sheltered university campuses, the curious local music aficionado is unlikely to encounter with ease performances of serious contemporary music. At Copley Symphony Hall, for example, it has remained an endangered species for some time. Fortunately, series such as Art of Élan and Fresh Sound have provided dependable oases of new […]
We asked each of our writers to cast their thoughts as “bravos” and “boos.” As you’ll see, some of them found it easier to do than others. Be that as it may, we proudly present essays by Ken Herman, Kris Eitland, Bill Eadie, David Dixon, Martin Jones Westlin, and Welton Jones.