- June 20
The San Diego Opera announces an agreement to co-produce the world premiere of "Great Scott" with the Dallas Opera, in another sign of a rebound for the company.
- June 20
Active-duty soldier Pfc. Paul Ieti, 21, recently completed a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan. While in the war-ravaged country, he used music to soothe his soul and entertain his fellow soldiers. His incredible singing voice landed him an audition on "America's Got Talent," and his performance on the show this week earned him a standing ovation and a spot in the final competition.
- June 6
"Love Duets," "We'll Meet Again: The Songs of Kate Smith" and "El Pasado Nunca se Terminar" will join the three previously announced shows for the revitalized San Diego Opera's 50th season.
- May 30
- Midday Edition
William Mason, former general director of the Lyric Opera of Chicago, will lead San Diego Opera through transition.
- May 23
Last year La Jolla Playhouse debuted a play development program called DNA New Works Series. "Chasing the Song" was given a concert reading through that workshop and now it returns to the Playhouse for a Page-to-Stage production.
- May 20
Letters were sent last week to the San Diego Opera's board asking for documents and data, including information about the "transfer of charitable assets" and material related to accounting and billing matters.
- May 13
Radio Pulso del Barrio, a bilingual community radio station, will be the only one of its kind in San Diego.
- May 9
The San Diego Opera has announced a $500,000 matching gift campaign as the company draws closer to reaching a crowd funding goal of $1 million.
- May 7
The union representing solo singers at the San Diego Opera has withdrawn a labor lawsuit against the troubled company and vowed to work with the current board to revive the opera for next season.
- May 6
The commission voted to recommend the San Diego City Council reduce funding for the San Diego Opera to $160,000, or less than half of what the company was set to receive in fiscal 2015.
- May 5
A U.S. ban on ivory has forced many professional musicians to make a choice: perform without their favorite instruments or forgo work that takes them across the U.S. border.
- May 2
In the 1970s Italian horror films were often defined by their vivid scores, many of which were created by the band Goblin. The Italian progressive rock group finally made its first U.S. tour last October. The group plays the House of Blues in San Diego on Friday night.
- April 30
The Museum of Making Music in Carlsbad says its ultimate purpose is to make the world more musical. Visitors can get their hands on an electric banjo and make music as loud as they want at the museum’s new exhibit The Banjo; A New Day for an Old Instrument.
- April 25
Embattled opera director Ian Campbell has been placed on leave while the company restructures in a push to stay open and produce a 2015 season.
- April 21
A special meeting will allow more than 800 members of the San Diego Opera Association a chance to vote on whether the opera company closes or forges ahead.