KICK OFF THE HOLIDAY’S WITH THE WESTGATE TREE LIGHTING!
Join the Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra Thursday December 4th for the annual Westgate Tree lighting.
Town Square Celebration in the Grand Lobby – 6.00 PM to 6.45 PM
Holiday songs and Tree lighting performed by the North Coast Singers and the California Ballet
Santa’s Work shop in the Versailles Ballroom second floor- 6.30 PM to 7.30 PM
Cookie decoration stations for kids and adults, pictures with Santa
String ensemble performance by the Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra
Appetizers and holiday refreshments
Up on the Rooftop on the 3rd floor poolside – 7.00 PM to 8.00 PM>
Performance by the Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra
Desserts, hot refreshments and chocolate tasting stations.
Proceeds benefit the Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra.
Tickets are available for $20 and must be purchased in advance by clicking here.
ANNOUNCING THE 2015 MAINLY MOZART FESTIVAL!
The June 2015 Mainly Mozart Festival will be a celebration of the past 27 years. Through a brilliantly curated selection of both favorites and works that have never been performed during the Festival, the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra will both pay homage to what David Atherton achieved and give a hint to future programming in the next era, which will launch in September 2015.
Performing these great works will be an all-star orchestra of concertmasters and principal players from the nation’s premier orchestras, along with the magnificent talents of soloists including concertmaster William Preucil, Philadelphia Orchestra principal flautist Jeffrey Khaner, Mainly Mozart favorite, pianist Jon Kimura Parker, dazzling young violinist Benjamin Beilman and the San Diego debut of one of classical music’s most thrilling new stars, violinist Simone Lamsma.
MORE INFO ON CONCERTS AND EVENTS
WE’VE KEPT THIS SECRET LONG ENOUGH!
Share an important moment in Mainly Mozart’s history as we announce our new Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra Maestro Michael Francis!
Read the press announcement by clicking here.
Mainly Mozart patrons react to the news!