We bring the world to San Diego
To enhance the vitality and deepen the cultural life of San Diego by presenting and producing a dynamic range of performing arts for our increasingly diverse community.
La Jolla Music Society Education & Community Engagement Programs strive to bring the live experience of great classical music, dance, and jazz to the students of San Diego County; to nurture the development of young performers; and to enrich the concert-going experience.
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With art, as with most civilized commerce, it’s the product that matters, not the source. Happy audiences take for granted the structure supporting their treasures, any conscious gratitude blurred by bliss.
Anniversary seasons become appropriate occasions to recognize the vision, dedication and tenacity that brought about such abundant bounty. La Jolla Music Society (LJMS), now ending its fourth decade, is a widely-respected constant in the universe of art music not only for the quality of its program, but also because it has proven so able to fulfill so well any role required by its community. Concert music by the world’s leading artists is a given amenity in the city, thanks to the Society’s patrons, supporters and operatives.
La Jolla Music Society is proud to announce that the first radio program from SummerFest 2008 was broadcast this weekend around the country. The programs, sponsored by Sempra Energy and produced by WFMT, Chicago’s premier classical radio station, are hosted by Dick Enberg, famed NFL commentator and La Jolla resident.
The first program in the series featured extraordinary performances from “Opening Night: Fire and Passion” and “An Evening with Vladimir Feltsman.” Check back frequently as the programs are updated weekly.
Award-winning violinist Paul Huang returns to La Jolla Music Society after an acclaimed SummerFest debut in 2016,
with a virtuosic program of works by Prokofiev, Kreisler and more.