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03/12/2020 - Music : Red Baraat CANCELED
Due to the to the virulent spread COVID-19 virus, this event has been cancelled.

Red Baraat Festival of Colors is an immersive celebration of the Hindu holiday of Holi through music, dance, and visuals. Red Baraat has taken the spirit of the festival tothe next level: a year round show of communal revelry that brings together what NPR has called "the best party band in years", a montage of classic Bollywood visuals, and a fiery dancer.

Traditionally, Holi is marked by public gatherings of families and strangers sharing songs, dance, and the exchange of "colors" colorful dry powder or colored water playfully thrown among the crowds of revelers. It signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, and for many, a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair ruptured relationships.

Admission/Cost: $9 - $20

Location:
UCSD Price Center
9500 Gilman Drive
San Diego, CA 92093
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Thursday, March 12 - 8:00 PM
03/07/2020 - Scottish Country Dance 45th Anniversary Ball
Come listen to the fabulous music. Enjoy watching the dancers! The public is invited to attend San Diego's Royal Scottish Country Dance group at their 45th Anniversary Ball.

You will hear live Scottish dance music performed by the Reel of Seven band and enjoy watching group members dancing in traditional Scottish social dances.

Spectator admission is $20 per person at the door. 18+

Admission/Cost: $20

Location:
Balboa Park Club
2144 Pan American Rd.
Balboa Park
San Diego, CA 92101
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Saturday, March 7 - 7:00 PM

For more information please contact: secretary@rscds-sandiego.or
03/14/2020 - Arturo O'Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra (CANCELED)
Due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, this concert has been canceled.

ARTISTS Arturo O'Farrill, piano Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra ABOUT Continuing the tradition of cross-cultural exploration pioneered by his famous bandleader father (the late "Chico" O'Farrill), modern Afro-Cuban jazz master Arturo O'Farrill is on a mission to strengthen the bridge of musical solidarity spanning across Cuba, the U.S. and his native Mexico. Join us for what is sure to be the hottest Cubo-Mex bebop jam ever heard at Copley Symphony Hall! Come early for a pre-concert performance presented onstage at 7:00 PM by students from the Young Lions Jazz Conservatory. *The San Diego Symphony Orchestra does not appear in this concert.

Admission/Cost: $20 - $100

Location:
Jacobs Music Center/Copley Symphony Hall
750 B Street
San Diego, CA 92101
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Saturday, March 14 - 8:00 PM
02/28/2020 - Music: Antonio Carlos Jobim Tribute
In February's installment of their monthly residency, The Soto Six jazz sextet presents a tribute to the music of the Father of Bossa Nova: Antonio Carlos Jobim. Featuring San Diego jazz great Lisa Hightower on vocals.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
Brown Cup Cafe
401 N Coast Hwy Ste E
Oceanside, CA 92056
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Friday, February 28 - 6:00 PM
03/01/2020 - Music: Irving Flores Afro-Cuban Jazz Quartet
Original music from the new Irving Flores Afro-Cuban Jazz Quartet featuring Irving Flores piano, original compositions & arrangements, Dean Hulett upright bass, Fernando Gomez drums, & Amilkar Peña congas.

Admission/Cost: $20 (at the door, cash or Venmo)

Location:
Dizzy's
1717 Morena Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92110
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Sunday, March 1 - 7:00 PM
03/06/2020 -  12th Annual Brasil Jazz Festa
12th Annual Brasil Jazz Festa, a celebration of Brazilian jazz and culture featuring Brazilian guitarist Julio Lemos, Cajuína & Forró Brazil (Stefanie Schmitz clarinet/saxophone, Kenny Beaumont guitar/voice, Emi Cara percussion, JP Hewett drums), Danny Green Trio (Danny Green piano, Justin Grinnell bass, Julien Cantelm drums), and vocalist Allison Adams Tucker's Tribute to Brazilian vocal legend Elis Regina.

$20 Reserved Seating Online (in order of purchase) until midnight PST March 5

Admission/Cost: $20 - $25

Location:
Dizzy's
1717 Morena Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92110
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Friday, March 6 - 7:00 PM
03/08/2020 - National City International Mariachi Festival
National City Chamber of Commerce's 8th Annual Mariachi Festival is a community-friendly event providing entertainment for families to come together and celebrate San Diego’s Mexican heritage through mariachi music, traditional ballet folkloric dancing, and a celebration of arts, culture, and culinary delights.

Admission/Cost: $5 - $100

Location:
Bayside Park
999 Bayside Parkway
Chula Vista, 91910
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Sunday, March 8 - 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
03/01/2020 - Music: Miguel Zenón Quartet
UC San Diego’s Downtown Center and the UC San Diego Department of Music join together with the Athenaeum Art Center to co-present this special concert at Bread & Salt in Logan Heights. Brilliant Puerto Rican-born alto saxophonist and composer Miguel Zenón has been featured in past local performances by ArtPower at The Loft and with the SFJAZZ Collective, Jeff Ballard, David Sanchez, and Antonio Sanchez. He returns to San Diego with his longtime quartet featuring Venezuelan pianist Luis Perdomo, Austrian bassist Hans Glawischnig, and Puerto Rican drummer Henry Cole, playing the music from his latest album, Sonero: The Music of Ismael Rivera.

Admission/Cost: $15 - $25

Location:
Athenaeum Art Center
(Studio at Bread & Salt)
1955 Julian Avenue
San Diego, CA 92113
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Sunday, March 1 - 7:30 PM
03/02/2020 -  Music: iLe
Ileana Cabra Joglar, artistically known as iLe, was the female voice for 10 years of the musical group Calle 13, with her brothers René Pérez Joglar and Eduardo Cabra. After touring the world with her brothers and accumulating personal and artistic experiences that forged a unique and particular musical identity in her, iLe decide to lock herself in the studio and work on her first album, "iLevitable", produced by herself with Ismael cancel. According to NPR, "the album immediately positions her as a top performer of the classic sounds that permeate throughout Latin America." iLe's sophomore release 'Almadura' has been nominated for a GRAMMY in the "Best Rock, Urban Or Alternative Album" category, and she won a GRAMMY for her debut solo album 'iLevitable' in 2017.

Admssion/Cost: $22

Location:
Music Box
1337 India Street
San Diego, CA 92101
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Monday, March 2 - 8:00 PM
02/25/2020 - Victoria Martino: Carnival in Venice
Join us on Martedi Grasso, or Fat Tuesday, for a spectacular â€"Carnival in Venice” lecture-concert, celebrating the 250th death anniversary of the two most renowned figures of the Venetian Baroque: composer and violinist Giuseppe Tartini and painter Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. These two artists from the Venetian Republic were born within a few years and a few miles of each other, and both died, only a month apart, in the same year (1770). Each was acknowledged as one of the â€"eternal” masters of his discipline, providing for posterity a rich legacy of pupils and followers. The names Tartini and Tiepolo have come to be synonymous with the Baroque style, as expressed in Venice. Giuseppe Tartini was said to have acquired his almost supernatural skill as a violinist by making a pact with the Devil himself. His most famous composition, the â€"Devil’s Trill” sonata, was the result of a dream in which Tartini heard the Devil performing a weird and haunting melody on the violin. The popular legends surrounding the life and career of his later countryman Niccolo Paganini were all appropriated directly from Tartini's life and experiences. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo was the favored fresco painter of church and aristocracy alike. He was in constant demand during his entire lifetime to complete commissions for the clergy and the courts of Europe. Tiepolo’s complex compositions, precipitous perspectives, and pastel palette set the standard for all subsequent monumental works of art in the Rococo period and beyond. About Victoria Martino: Violinist and art historian Victoria Martino has been presenting lecture-concerts since 1992. She juxtaposes the music and art of specific regions and eras in order to reveal the distinct stylistic properties that are unique to each place and time. Her musical repertoire and art historical expertise range from the Renaissance to contemporary periods. A specialist in Baroque performance practice, Ms. Martino performs on an original, completely unmodified Baroque violin built by Viennese luthier Michael Andreas Bartl in 1760. Audience members will have the unique experience of hearing Tartini’s compositions on a violin that he could have played himself!

Admission/Cost: $25 - $30

Location:
Athenaeum Music and Arts Library
1008 Wall Street
San Diego, CA 92037
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Tuesday, February 25 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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