- Feb. 13
- By Tom Fudge
Thirty-seven year old Venezuelan Rafael Payare will replace Jahja Ling as musical director of the San Diego Symphony Orchestra.
It’s Super Bowl weekend, but what if you're not watching the game? Here are some options for other activities happening Sunday.
This weekend brings some high-profile musicians, plus a dose of magical realism.
San Diego Opera’s second dētour production of the season, "Maria de Buenos Aires," is almost sold out for its four-performance run. Here's why this tango opera is generating so much interest.
Diane Mandle of Encinitas is an internationally known Tibetan bowl practitioner and sound healer who gives regular concerts and presentations. And she's soon to debut her personal story in a one-woman show.
With dance, visual art and music exploring new themes and ideas, this is a good weekend if you’re looking to experience art outside your comfort zone.
- Jan. 17
- By Michael Lipkin
Raúl Prieto Ramírez played his first concert as San Diego's civic organist on Jan. 7.
"It's About Time: A Festival of Rhythm. Sound. And Place." runs through Feb. 11. A dozen different arts organizations are putting on a total of 25 performances, installations, conversations and other events.
- Jan. 5
- By Beth Accomando
Start the New Year with something challenging. Check out Stay Strange's first event of 2018, Slow Death III: A Noise Music Festival on Sunday, Jan. 7 at 2 p.m. at Helmuth Projects.
From old-fashioned concerts to a roller skate party, here are some New Year's Eve ideas that go beyond nightclubs and fancy dinners.
This weekend features a Christmas concert, a free day of dance and the return of "Motown the Musical."
This weekend features iconic names in theater and hip hop, as well as an unconventional art show.
For over a decade the Zzymzzy Quartet has been transporting audiences back in time with their 1930’s era music. Inspired by Django Reinhardt and the American Songbook, these San Diegans have become an integral part of the swing dance scene.
This holiday weekend features a tribute to the Queen of Disco, a swing dance party and some Tennis.
- Nov. 15, 2017
- By Beth Accomando
San Diego International Fringe Festival is not until next June but Fringe Festival organizers from across North America are currently gathering at the Spreckels Theatre for its annual conference.