Fellowship Artists in the Baker Baum Hall


It is both our duty and a point of pride to continue providing our community with high quality and exciting arts and cultural content. The Conrad may be closed for the time being, but our Digital Concert Hall is open and waiting! We would like to take this opportunity to remember our best moments and to look forward to an even brighter future, with you by our side. Check back each week for more exclusive, archival, and behind-the-scenes content!

Enjoy Community Music Center student, Kevin L.’s end of year saxophone recital

Enjoy Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 6, performed by the Ehnes Quartet at SummerFest 2019

“I have played the full orchestral version [of Mahler’s 4th Symphony] several times, but having the chance to play it in this intimate setting with such amazing colleagues was incredibly fulfilling and rewarding.” – Erin Keefe

On April 27th, frequent SummerFest musician and acclaimed American cellist, Lynn Harrell passed away at the age of 76. You can read about his life in The New York Times.

Listen to the SummerFest 2018 performance of Schumann’s Quintet for Piano and Strings in E-flat Major, Op. 44, featuring Harrell, along with Yefim Bronfman, Paul Huang, Emily Kruspe, and Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, below.

“For the the Miró Quartet, our first time playing as a quartet in concert on your new stage in the brand new hall at the Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center will be a memory that we treasure for a lifetime! Add to that the fact that it was two hours of all Beethoven made this evening tremendously special for us. Such an honor to share this with your amazing audience at Summerfest!”
– John Largess, Miró Quartet

Our SummerFest Music Director, Inon Barnatan, performs one of his favorite pieces in this intimate recital from his home in New York City.

Our work is made possible by the contributions of individuals and institutions who believe in our mission – To enhance the vitality and deepen the cultural life of San Diego by presenting and producing a dynamic range of performing arts for our increasingly diverse community.

We hope that you enjoy these LJMS performances and highlights. Please consider supporting us in any amount that feels comfortable to you, so that we can continue to inspire and educate our audiences. Just click the button below or call Development Director, Ferdinand Gasang at 858.212.3724.



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