Free Concert- April 30 - Featuring Yale Strom
Yale Strom returns to the MTRP Visitor Center for another specaular concert. He started on the violin when he was eight years old. He took lessons at school, and played in the school orchestra first in his hometown of Detroit, MI, but later on in San Diego, CA as well. He went on to be an acclaimed violinist, composer, filmmaker, writer, [photographer, and playwright. He was also a pioneer when it came to reviving klezmer – a musical tradition of the Ashkenazi Jews of Eastern Europe. Over more than 3 decades and 75 such research expeditions, Strom has become one of the world's leading scholar-ethnographer-artists of klezmer music, history and culture.
The Amphitheater holds approximately 150 people and it is first come, first served.
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.
Upcoming Concerts as of 03.20.2017
Apr 30 - Yale Strom - Klezmer music
May 07 - Danny Green - jazz keyboard
Jun *11 - Native American Flute Circle - outdoor amphitheater
Jun 18 - Amy Kanner, Celtic harp
Jul 02 - Peter Sprague, guitar
July 16 - Lillian Palmer - vocalist
Aug 06 - San Diego Clarinet Quintet
Jul 30 - Pomerado Brass Quintet
Aug 20 - Mind the Details
Oct 01 - N. Scott Robinson and K.S. Resmi - World Music
Oct 29 - Fred Benedetti, guitar
Nov 05 - Mesa College World Music Ensemble
Schedule subject to change. There are 93 seats in the theater and it is first come, first served.