Great food, drink and music are in store with some of San Diego's top artists as they present a night of classic rhythm and blues.
Teachers and educators are invited to learn about the Museum's youth education programs at this free wine & cheese reception. RSVP required.
Renowned Chinese musician, composer, arranger and conductor Bian Liunian shares the cultural intrigue of the 2-stringed erhu.
Wildly inventive recording artist, Tony Trischka, is one of America's foremost visionaries of the five-string banjo.
With an uncanny sense of musical understanding, Debashish has established himself as a artist whose musicality matches all categories of music be it Indian, classical, jazz, blues, folk or new music.
San Diego's zydeco sensation, the Bayou Brothers, joins us for the Fall Flavors Concert Series, a perfect pairing of music, food and drink.
Juno and four-time CFMA award-winning Canadian folk/country harmony trio, the Good Lovelies, give a spunky, sassy and soulfully satisfying musical performance.
Stride piano star, Neville Dickie, demonstrates perspectives between styles through the tunes of Scott Joplin, ‘Fats’ Waller, James P. Johnson, Albert Ammons and many others.
With a touch of the holiday spirit, multi-lingual vocalist Allison Adams Tucker highlights jazz-inspired music from around the world.
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