Classical musicians to perform in Rancho Santa Fe Aug. 5

The America-Israel Cultural Foundation will present a special classical concert featuring pianist Andy Feldbau (Julliard graduate) and violinist Asi Matathias (protege of Pinchas Zukerman) at 7 p.m. Aug. 5 at 17515 Circa Oriente St., Fairbanks Ranch in Rancho Santa Fe.

Tickets are $45 and include a dessert reception. Seats are still available; to reserve one, call July Galper at (858) 454-0781 or e-mail .

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