Rafael Payare and Steven Schick Present an Online Kaleidoscope of Morning Music from the Rady Shell

By Ken Herman | June 19, 2021 |

San Diego Symphony Music Director Rafael Payare and UC San Diego composer-conductor Steven Schick have assembled three online concerts under the highly programmatic title “To The Earth,” which opened Friday with the first installment, “Morning: Birds and Light.”

Live Theatre Returns to San Diego at Moonlight Stage

By Bill Eadie | June 18, 2021 |

The last SanDiegoStory review of a live theatre opening was published on March 12, 2020. The production was the San Diego Repertory Theatre’s House of Joy. Today, we publish the first review of a live theatre production since that time. The production is Moonlight Stage’s Once on This Island.

Mainly Mozart in an Open Field East of the I-5

By Ken Herman | June 13, 2021 |

The 2021 Mainly Mozart Mainly Festival with it impressive roster of players performed at the Surf Cup Sports Park off Via De La Valle in Del Mar.

Trolley Dances 2021: Hits, Misses

By Janice Steinberg | June 10, 2021 |

Each of us has a personal geography of emerging from the pandemic, landmarks that tell us we’re coming home. One of my milestones was the Dance is in the Air festival at Liberty Station, which began May 21 and continues through Sunday. Another biggie—the return of Trolley Dances! Granted, there were changes. The home to which we’re returning, post-COVID, isn’t the same one we left.

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