Cabrillo Festival is honored to introduce you to the Violins of Hope San Francisco Bay Area, and to be a collaborator in this profound series of events.
“…a Cabrillo concert is no mere event—it’s an experience.” —Paul Hertelendy, ARTSSF.com
Enjoy this slideshow of our 2019 season!
This essay is part of Marilyn DuHamel’s Wayfinder Series about people, art works, and events that can help us find our way in these lost times.
It was a great treat to sit down with Maya and get an idea of where her work sprung from, as well as how the concepts she explained before the performance of her work manifested within the composition.
If you attended any of the concerts this season, you likely received a program book from a person wearing a blue Cabrillo shirt. Chances are, this person was a member of the Festival’s Student Staff Program.
Listen to a conversation with Wynton Marsalis, pioneering musician and 2019 Cabrillo Festival composer-in-residence.
In the 21st century, we often become aware of the universality of our experience and feelings through artistic conversations happening online and in the media.
From Open Rehearsals to Student Staff projects, Megan Levad’s poetry workshop, and the astounding In the Works concert, this Festival is brimming with personal and collective creative growth.
We’re just one day away from the first Open Rehearsal, meaning, the Festival season is upon us!
Inbal Segev took some time to record a little preview for us!