Donors $500+ are invited to help us kick off our 60th season with this intimate concert performed by brilliant Cabrillo Festival musicians.
In recognition of the important commitment made by our Annual Fund donors of $500 or more, we are thrilled to reprise our very special Donors Concert. The 2022 program features a chamber concert featuring two musicians of the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra, principal percussionist Galen Lemmon and pianist Michael Sheppard. This intimate gathering allows a more personal opportunity for each of these talented artists to share more of themselves and their virtuosic playing. Cristi Măcelaru and the Cabrillo Festival Board and Staff want to celebrate the extraordinary dedication of our patrons and our orchestra—and there is no better way to kick off our 60th anniversary season and return to live music!
Tickets are not required for this event. There will be a welcome/check-in table for donors for $500 or more at the Civic Auditorium doors. You may make your donation any time until doors open! Covid-19 public health and safety guidelines will be followed, including requiring proof of full vaccination for all audiences, staff, and artists. Masking will be required indoors at all times. Read our full Covid Policy here.
Not sure of your current giving level? Give us a call at 831.426.6966, or send us an email!
High Velocity (2012)
Mark Lanz Weiser (b. 1968)
Jennifer Jolley (b. 1981)
Commissioned by Emily Salgado on behalf of the
Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History Project.
Regina Harris Balocchi (b. 1956)
Push for Vibraphone and Playback (2020)
Christopher Butler (b. 1987)
Mad World Fantasy (2011/rev. 2022)
Michael Sheppard (b. 1976)
White Knuckle Stroll (2010)
Casey Cangelosi (b. 1982)
In tribute to Stephen Sondheim (1952-2021)
No One is Alone (2010)
Arranged by Fred Hersch
from Into the Woods (1986)
I’m Excited. No, You’re Not. (2010)
Arranged by Jake Heggie
after “A Weekend in the Country” from A Little Night Music (1973)