As we shelter in place during this COVID-19 pandemic, our lives—and our economy—have been turned upside down. The wonderful businesses listed on this page have supported Cabrillo Festival through advertising, in-kind or financial contributions, some over many decades. Now we hope we can help support them in a time of great …read more »
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Due to the cancellation of the 2020 Cabrillo Festival season [read announcement here], we will offer three options to those who have applied to the 2020 Conductors Workshop. Option 1: In a private 30-minute online session, Maestro Cristi Macelaru will review your video and application materials and give you feedback. …read more »
PR Contact: Mona Baroudi | 415.615.2735 | firstname.lastname@example.org (access press photos here) Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music Announces its 58th Season Season highlights include three world premiere commissions; the orchestral premiere of Jake Heggie’s Intonations: Songs from the Violins of Hope with a reprise by mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke; two works …read more »
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 looked to be around the age of a high school or college student, and was a member of the Festival’s Student Staff Program. …read more »
During the open rehearsal of Concerto in D for violin and orchestra (2015), which will be a part of tonight’s concert, Wynton, Wynton gave the orchestra many notes which approached technical specificities through larger ideas having to do with the emotions behind the work, as well as the communal experience of …read more »
It is Thursday of the first week of the Festival, and there has been so much to take in that I’ve had trouble deciding where to begin this post. From Open Rehearsals to Student Staff projects, Megan Levad’s poetry workshop, and the astounding In the Works concert, this Festival is …read more »
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