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Free Concert- August 20 - M3 Jazz Trio - 3 to 4 p.m.

The M3 Jazz Trio, directed by Yuko Maruyama. This group of three versatile young musicians play a wide variety of musical genres from classical, jazz, and gospel to pop and rock. As members of the M3 Jazz Trio, they play timeless selections inspired by the recordings of great jazz masters, adding their own twist to classic jazz tunes. The M3 Jazz Trio is under the musical direction of Yuko Maruyama, a Kawai Pianos recording and performing artist.

The MTRP Foundation presents at least two free concerts each month.  They are on designated Saturdays and Sundays.  All concerts are at 3:00 pm and performed in the Visitor Center Theater. Donations for the musicians are appreciated.

The Theater has 94 seats.  Everyone in the theater must be seated during a program or film presentation.  Seating is first come, first served.  Standing is not allowed per the Fire Marshall.  

Upcoming Concerts as of 05.20.2017

Remaining Concerts Scheduled Concerts To Date:

Aug  20 - M3 Jazz Trio
Aug  29 - TBD (Tuesday)
Sep  03 -  West Coast Quintet -  Woodwinds
Sep  17 - TBD 
Oct   01 - N. Scott Robinson and K.S. Resmi - World Music
Oct  15 - Jess  Pekarek -
Oct  29 - Fred Benedetti , guitar
Nov  05 - Mesa College World Music Ensemble
Nov  19 - El Cajon Music Masters Barber Shop Chorus
Dec  03 - James Earp slack-key guitar
Dec  17 - Many-strings Chris and Jamie Burns, guitar and hammered dulcimer
Jan  07 - Diane Mandle - Tibetan singing bowls
Jan  21 - Peter Pupping, guitar
Feb  04 - Duo Decorus - Paivikki Nykter and Cecelia Kim, violin, cello
Feb  18 - TBD
Mar  04 - Gregory Page "So It Goes" troubadour
Mar  18 - Marty Shaw Celtic violin program
Apr   15 - San Diego Harp Society

Schedule subject to change.  There are 94 seats  in the theater and it is first come, first served. 


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