Category archives for: Music

The Scott Roberts Trio to perform at the Carmel Valley Library

The Scott Roberts Trio.

A special free family music program sponsored by the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library will be presented on Wednesday, Oct. 23. It will feature three Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) students who have been playing jazz together for three years.

San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory to honor Carmel Valley teacher

Cinda Peck

San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is awarding the 2013 Profiles in Music Education Awards to Cinda Peck, long time elementary school teacher at Carmel Del Mar Elementary School, and Kay Etheridge, professor of piano at University of San Diego (USD).

‘Sheryl Crow Rocks the USS Midway’ event Oct. 11 to benefit Fresh Start Surgical Gifts and The Plastic Surgery Foundation

Fresh Start Surgical Gifts, The American Society of Plastic Surgeons and The Plastic Surgery Foundation will be hosting “Sheryl Crow Rocks the USS Midway” on Friday, Oct. 11. This rock and roll benefit concert will feature Grammy-winning Sheryl Crow for guests alongside live auction, delicious food and specialty cocktails, all benefiting a great cause. Attendees will enjoy captivating stories from Fresh Start patients, doctors and volunteers shared under the night sky aboard the large military vessel while raising funds to help give disadvantaged children a fresh start at life. All of the proceeds will support Fresh Start’s mission of providing free reconstructive procedures to children suffering with physical deformities due to birth defects, accidents, abuse or disease.

The Barefoot Movement to perform in Del Mar

The Barefoot Movement

On Sunday, Oct. 13, the Del Mar Foundation’s Cultural Arts Committee will present a special “Bluegrass & Beyond” performance. The Barefoot Movement’s first-ever San Diego performance will take place at the Del Mar Powerhouse.

Fanfaire Foundation Musicians to perform at Carmel Valley Library

FanFaire 2013

This special program of “Kids Playing for Kids” sponsored by the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library will be presented at 1 p.m. in the library’s community on Sept. 28. It is the first in a Fanfaire-Foundation series that will celebrate the program’s second anniversary.

Carmel Valley Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary to hold concert benefit

Mat Kearney

The Carmel Valley Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital Auxiliary is bringing back its popular concert event“Sounds of Hope for Children” on Saturday, Oct. 12.

‘Music of Our Neighbors’ to be performed at Carmel Valley Library

Connie Lawthers

September’s free family music program sponsored by the Friends of the Carmel Valley Library will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. in its community room.

Ziggy Marley back to perform at the Del Mar Racetrack Aug. 31

For Ziggy Marley, a life of love and reggae

Solana Beach singer/songwriter traverses ‘Rivers and Roads’ with new EP

Motsenbocker, 27, a native of Washington state who lives in Solana Beach, has been pursuing music for his entire life thanks to a variety of influences.

Youth Care Club members to host Talent Show in Carmel Valley

The Talent Show will be held Sept. 1.

YCC currently has more than 200 members from 12 local high schools and middle schools in San Diego. The Youth Care Club (YCC) of American Chinese Cultural & Educational Foundation will host its annual Talent Show featuring music and dance performances at Harvest Evangelical Church in Carmel Valley at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 1.



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