Palomar Percussion Ensemble / Youth Philharmonic Orchestra The Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, in partnership with Palomar College, has been entrancing audiences since they premiered in Spring of 2014. The YPO offers their percussion players an opportunity to perform music from a vast array of percussion ensemble literature. Ensemble members learn different and unusual techniques of playing […]
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San Diego Symphony principal bassist Jeremy Kurtz-Harris and pianist Ines Irawati perform a recital of music from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, ranging from the melodic and lyrical, to the rhythmic and edgy. The program will demonstrate the wide range and tonal possibilities of the double bass. Bring a friend, it’s FREE! Howard Brubeck […]
Palomar Jazz! Join the Palomar College Day and Night Jazz Ensembles and they play Big Band versions of popular songs from recent decades. Special guests Sonic Epidemic. This 9-piece band began five years ago with members of current and past Palomar College bands. Enjoy an evening of 1970’s band tunes! Directed by Paul Kurokawa Howard […]
Always a special treat, guitarist Peter Sprague and vocalist Leonard Patton are set to return to the Concert Hour stage with everything from jazz to samba to the Beatles! Sit down and stay awhile! Howard Brubeck Theatre at 12:30pm Bring a friend, it’s FREE!
Palomar Symphony Orchestra The PSO presents two pieces that represent the span of the Romantic Era: Beethoven’s 1804 Symphony No. 3 in Eb Major OP. 55 and Rachmaninoff’s haunting 1915 Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14 for violin and orchestra, Ulli Reiner, soloist. Directed by Ellen Weller Tonight at 7pm Howard Brubeck Theatre
The Palomar Chamber Singers and Palomar Chorale present an eclectic mix of opera choruses and choral settings with operatic influences. Included will be the famous Anvil Chorus (or Gypsy Chorus) from Il trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi, the beautiful Voyager’s Chorus from Idomeneo by Mozart, selections from the popular Carmina Burana by Carl Orff as well […]
Seaside Quartet is a virtuoso ensemble comprised of pianist Brenda Martin, violinist Philip Tyler, violinist/violist Päivikki Nykter and cellist Cecilia Kim. Their collaboration and exquisite musical taste has already produced highly acclaimed performances in the San Diego area. The knowledge and enthusiasm for music that these extraordinary musicians share cannot be beat. On April 6th, […]
Don’t miss out on your chance to see this enjoyable, charming and hilarious play! Directed by Michael Mufson Thursday at 4pm Friday, Saturday at 7pm Sunday at 2pm
Directed by the ebullient John Russell, these shining singers toe up with a presentation of classic and contemporary works. Among the pieces being performed will be selections from Carmina Burana by Carl Orff. This is one of the most popular pieces in the classical music repertoire and a perennial favorite. Come enjoy an afternoon of great […]
Composer, trombonist Michael Dessen presents Digibone, an animistic world of live electronics performed on trombone while simultaneously transforming the instrument’s sound entirely via computer, using live electronics and sampling to provoke unique and unpredictable soundscapes. Bring a friend, it’s FREE! March 16th at 12:30pm Performance Lab (D10)
- Sunday, April 23! Ready, Set, Roll!
- This Thursday, April 20, at Concert Hour! Jeremy Kurtz-Harris & Ines Irawati!!
- This Saturday, April 15, at 7pm! Pop Goes the Jazz Band!!
- Today, April 13, at Concert Hour! Peter Sprague/Leonard Patton!!
- Today, April 8, at 7pm! Romantic Expressions from the End to the Beginning!!
Palomar Performing Arts
1140 West Mission Road
San Marcos, CA 92069