Category archives for: Music

UCSD presents “To János with Love: A Posthumous Valentine to a Beloved Music Professor”

On Valentine’s Day, February 14, at 8 p.m., the UCSD Department of Music will present a free tribute concert to the late János Négyesy, internationally acclaimed violinist and longtime professor of music.

Best Bets for fun things to do in and around La Jolla, Feb. 6-13


Best Bets this week includes: A white elephant sale weekend, children’s art workshop, smooth jazz, poetry readings, chamber music, concerto competitions and more.

La Jolla’s UCSD’s ArtPower! books cutting-edge acts


Like music? UC San Diego’s ArtPower program caters to all tastes in February with a jam-packed lineup of eclectic events.

Almost Famous: La Jolla High grads, Stone Horse, still chasing the rock ‘n’ roll dream

Stone Horse founder and guitarist Carlos Rodriguez and vocalist Danielle Spade. Courtesy

A Feb. 1 CD release show at Beaumont’s Eatery will include originals and covers, including a few obligatory Stones’ tunes.

Bass player Nathan East to headline benefit at La Jolla’s UCSD

Nathan East, a UC San Diego graduate, will perform 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1 at UCSD’s Conrad Prebys Concert hall. Courtesy Photos

Chances are you’ve listened to UC San Diego alumnus Nathan East all your life. You just may not know it — yet.

Cabaret group to host awards show at Comedy Store in La Jolla Jan. 27


Tim Moore is hosting an awards show to recognize those that that promote the art of cabaret.

Tickets on sale for Sunday musicales in La Jolla

Darlington House, at 7441 Olivetas Ave. in La Jolla, is home to the musicales.

A unique group of chamber music ensembles will perform at the historic Darlington House in La Jolla as part of its three-concert Winter Classical Musicales program.

Clocked Out Duo opens Fresh Sound’s new venue, series

Vanessa Tomlinson and Erik Griswold, aka Clocked Out Duo, will open Fresh Sound’s winter concert series at Bread & Salt Jan. 24 with their experimental music.  Courtesy

Bonnie Wright is passionate about sharing new, non-mainstream music. “What I’m trying to do is expand people’s ears,” she said.

La Jolla High School senior celebrates music, mentoring

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La Jolla High School senior and trumpet player, Phillip Ryan, is in the midst of his seventh year at the San Diego Youth Symphony (SDYS), where he’s earned two awards — one for longevity and one for mentorship.

Music Machine: La Jolla resident Nash Howe produces and records debut album

Nash Howe album art

When Santa Cruz native (now La Jolla resident) Nash Howe started at UC San Diego, he was a declared biology major. He had never sung or played music before. But with a simple and unexpected gift from a friend, his life changed direction.

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