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Dance into spring with La Jolla Music Society, March 18 and April 8

La Jolla Light Lonnie Burstein Hewitt March 16, 2017 Dance into spring with La Jolla Music Society, March 18 and April 8 “La Jolla Music Society traces its roots back to 1941, when Nikolai Sokoloff, former conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra, originally founded the Musical Arts Society of La Jolla. Over the years, the organization has grown and …

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Black Grace: Dance Unbound

Rage Monthly Magazine Joel Martens March 14, 2017 Black Grace: Dance Unbound “They say that music is the universal language. It’s inherent to all human conditions and a language that shares stunning commonalities, no matter what place you inhabit on the globe. Another expression we share as humans? We dance. Drop yourself anywhere on this diverse …

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Tafelmusik Baroque Brings Period Music and Sociology to La Jolla

SanDiegoStory.com Ken Herman March 12, 2017 Tafelmusik Baroque Brings Period Music and Sociology to La Jolla “San Diego history was made Friday (March 10) at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s Sherwood Auditorium in La Jolla. Canada’s highly respected Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra made its local debut, and San Diego classical music …

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Bach celebrated in glorious baroque concerts

The San Diego Union-Tribune Christian Hertzog March 12, 2017 Bach celebrated in glorious baroque concerts “It’s been a great week for local early music fans. They’re enjoying an unprecedented four-concert festival, “Sounds of the Baroque,” involving three San Diego organizations. The first three concerts were a Bachapalooza. On Thursday, …

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San Diego organizations come together to celebrate Early Music Month

The San Diego Union-Tribune Beth Wood March 8, 2017 San Diego organizations come together to celebrate Early Music Month “Serendipity and a shared passion for the music of Johann Sebastian Bach have inspired an unprecedented concert series from three well-established San Diego arts organizations. “Sounds of the Baroque” presents four early-music …

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The Conrad breaks ground: New La Jolla Music Society facility to open in 2019

La Jolla Light Ashley Mackin January 29, 2017 The Conrad breaks ground: New La Jolla Music Society facility to open in 2019 “Conrad (Prebys) supported many organizations in San Diego because he knew they were good for everyone. Supporting La Jolla Music Society he did for himself, out of love. He chose to support organizations when their mission …

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Kavakos, Wang take audience on ‘profound musical journey’

The San Diego Union-Tribune Christian Hertzog February 13, 2017 Kavakos, Wang take audience on ‘profound musical journey’ “Violinist Leonidas Kavakos made a rare appearance in San Diego Saturday evening at the Balboa Theatre. The Greek virtuoso is well known in Europe, not so much here. His accompanist, however—Yuja Wang—is one …

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Branford Marsalis talks golf, jazz, funk, Elton John and Cheech & Chong

San Diego Union-Tribune George Varga January 29, 2017 Branford Marsalis talks golf, jazz, funk, Elton John and Cheech & Chong “Saxophone star Branford Marsalis has stood out whether leading his own bands, serving as music director on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” or playing with such varied artists as Miles Davis, Sting, the Grateful …

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A Most Welcome Czech Invasion: the PKF-Prague Philharmonia

SanDiegoStory.com Ken Herman January 26, 2017 A Most Welcome Czech Invasion: the PKF-Prague Philharmonia “The PKF-Prague Philharmonia brought its quite traditional, all-Czech program to the Jacobs Music Center Wednesday (January 25), thrilling the hall’s substantial audience with its muscular, propulsive style and mellow Central European sound. …

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What happens to San Diego institutions if Trump guts federal arts funding?

INewsSource.org Brad Racino January 30, 2017 What happens to San Diego institutions if Trump guts federal arts funding? “President Donald Trump’s staff is proposing to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency that has funded art performance, research and accessibility since its formation in 1965, according to a recent …