Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music Celebrates its 60th Anniversary Season and Returns to In-Person Concerts.
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music Announces Finalists and adapts its Conductors/Composers Workshop for the 2021 Virtual Season.
Cabrillo Festival asks for personal stories of wildfire and drought to inform a new multimedia work by composer Scott Ordway.
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music announces its 59th Season. Season highlights include world premieres by composers Gabriela Lena Frank, Jake Heggie, and Sean Shepherd.
The Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, America’s longest running festival of new orchestral music, regrets to announce the cancellation of its 2020 Season in light of national and local guidelines regarding social distancing and the spread of COVID-19.
The Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary is pleased to announce a reimagined, virtual 58th season, July 25 – August 9, 2020.
Cabrillo Festival has cancelled its originally-planned 2020 season, as a proactive measure in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music celebrates its 58th season July 26 – August 9, 2020, with a remarkable season of timely, topical, and thought-provoking new works.
Season highlights include a major symphonic work celebrating U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; a multimedia harp concerto about a disappearing women’s language in China; an evening of Wynton Marsalis’ works; and much more.
Cristian Măcelaru, 38, is to become the new Chief Conductor of the WDR Sinfonieorchester, one of Europe’s leading orchestras, effective with the 2019/2020 season.
Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music Announces its 56th Season. Season highlights include two world premieres, three US premieres, seven West Coast premieres, and 17 composers in residence.
The Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music celebrates the arrival of new Music Director & Conductor Cristian Măcelaru.