FALL in love with DANCE again

Photo credit: Manuel Rotenberg Join San Diego Dance Theater for an evening of dance at your own comfort level. Experience fine dining while enjoying the performance on THE LOT’s large wall screen, OR, watch a livestream of the performance at your home. Artistic Director Jean Isaacs, with the help of rehearsal director Liv Isaacs-Nollet, will […]

UnderScored

In UnderScored, Ephrat Asherie and her company of dancers explore the forms of club dancing that arose in New York during the 1970s and 1980s as part of the house music scene. The work explores the almost utopian panracial/pansexual scene at the Paradise Garage and other popular venues in the midst of the HIV crisis, […]

Together Apart: Strings, Winds, and Brass

On November 20th, 45 San Diego Symphony musicians return to Copley Symphony Hall at Jacobs Music Center for the first time since March! Even though we can’t all be together in concert, we hope you’ll tune in for a live-streamed performance of diverse classical works featuring our strings, winds, and brass, with works spanning from […]

Beaujolais Nouveau and Beyond 2020 Celebration

What better way to celebrate the end of the 2020 wine harvest in style than with the French-American Chamber of Commerce. The (online) Music, Food and Wine Celebration will include Classic French songs with Jennifer Bergamot-Rose; French food tasting and cooking demo with French Chef Hughes Cossard: Poached Pears in Red Wine – Perfect recipe […]

Sonnets & Soul

In the first workshop of this new musical piece, Black, queer love stands at the forefront. Through the lens of iconic black musical forms and the sonnets of Shakespeare, we tell the story of The Seer and his journey of healing and self-realization. Filled with style, beauty and passion, this piece encapsulates the essence of […]

The Turkey Calling Show

The UC San Diego Library’s annual Turkey Calling Show is going virtual this year! Join us for a live Facebook Premiere of a short and sweet version of this beloved event, which will feature demonstrations of turkey calling devices and exciting tales of turkey adventures. No registration required. Simply visit the Library’s Facebook page at noon on November 25 and […]

The Nutcracker

A corner of the Liberty Station neighborhood will transform into an open-air theater for seven afternoon showings of the beloved seasonal production! As cherished holiday traditions converge with pandemic-era pivots, San Diego Ballet will be working alongside Liberty Station to stage drive-in performances of The Nutcracker. Ringing in the holiday season, San Diego Ballet Company […]

FEAST: A Ballet

FEAST: A Ballet, merges visual art and ballet to explore the long history of colonial exploitation and consumption. In five distinct movements, FEAST: a ballet combines ornate imagery, playful storytelling, and powerful movement to explore the disturbing history of colonial exploitation and its effects on the world we live in. Immersed in a lavish set […]

CAPTURING MAGIC

CAPTURING MAGIC Donate any amount, now through DEC. 31st and gain access to a digital trove of creativity from some of our favorite creatives around the world. We are very […]

Chess: In Concert

The collaborators on Chess are giants of rock music and rock musicals, and here they have created a complex rock opera that played to full Broadway houses and standing ovations. In this musical, the ancient game becomes a metaphor for romantic rivalries, competitive gamesmanship, super-power politics, and international intrigues. The pawns in this drama form a love […]

Female Voices Rock Film Festival

Voted among the top 100 film fests in the world, FVRFF is not just a festival, it’s a community of badass artists. Female Voices Rock Film Festival is geared to […]

Sharing the Light – Pop Up Exhibition

Sharing the Light is a pop-up exhibition featuring 75 gorgeous paintings and photography by 20 Southern & Baja California Emerging Artists Showing. The artwork is available for purchase, and ranges […]