Driven by intellectual and emotional curiosity, you might find the cultural omnivore catching and up-and-coming band on Friday night, kayaking in the La Jolla sea caves on Saturday, and discussing the similarities of Picasso and Rivera over Ramen at RakiRaki on Sunday. From the popular to the unexplored, the cultural omnivore is truly captivated by all forms of art and culture.
The composer, conductor and humanitarian would have been 100 years old this year. But who exactly was he?
Here at the Symphony, we love Rachmaninoff’s "Piano Concerto No. 3" (or as we fondly call it, Rach 3) so much, we’re performing it three times this weekend. But in ...
“I believe – and this may sound corny – music is a gift from God, and what better place to celebrate that than in a place of worship?” said Bill ...