Mainly Mozart comes to San Diego region

May 28, 2013 by  

Mainly Mozart new Chamber Players will soon appear at the Ruby G. Schulman Auditorium in Carlsbad, California. The series will explore the differences of pieces written for chamber groups and that written for the orchestra. Questions pertaining to why a piece of music sometimes reminds you of another by a different composer will be discussed.

The series by Chamber Players will consist of seven concerts with six in the California area and one in Mexico. The Festival season will be the key focus of looking at composers and their works during that period.

Internationally and nationally acclaimed artists comprise the performers. Schubert Sonatina, Tchaikovsky Meditation, and Beethoven Sonata will be part of the performances.

The San Diego Young Artists Symphony and Mainly Mozart recently merged, and announced two collaborations: The San Diego’s New Children’s Museum and Tijuana’s Centro de Artes Musicales.

Mainly Mozart has been involved in performances of his music, and the impact it has had and continues to have on all ages. More than 160 younger artists are selected to take part in the educational program named the Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra, and auditions are held for those interested in participating in the program.

Local printers are often called upon to provide marketing materials for theatrical performances. Poster printing is a standard as the posters can be mounted throughout a region announcing upcoming performances.

More information is available at the Mainly Mozart website as well as ticket and seating options for the show, which commences on June 2 at 2:00 pm.