CARMEL VALLEY LIBRARY FAMILY CONCERT SERIES 2019
Music from Around the World
Elena Yarrítu, Artistic Director
|Jan 30|| Lesi Mei, piano |
|Feb 13|| Vania Pimental,Piano |
|Mar 13|| Quartet Nouveau |
| Apr 10|| Duo Elena (flute & harp) |
| May 8|| Ines Irawati, piano & Jeremy Kurtz, double bass |
| Jun 12|| Peter Sprague, guitarist & Leonard Patton, vocalist |
|Jul 10|| Gregory Page,guitarist, songwriter, balladeer |
|Aug 14 || Chetan Tierra, piano |
|Sep 11|| Lesi Mei, piano and Todd Rewoldt, saxophone |
|Oct 9|| Susan Lee, violin, La Jolla Symphony Young Artist Competition winner |
|Nov 13|| Sara Maxman, violin, La Jolla Symphony Young Artist Competition winner |
|Dec 11|| Holiday program, TBA |
All these programs are on Wednesday evenings from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. in the community room of the library. Parents please note- If your children cry during the concert you will need to take them out of the Community Room so the rest of the audience can enjoy the concert.
CARMEL VALLEY LIBRARY PRESENTS
SARA MAXMAN, VIOLIN
Wednesday, November 13, 6:45 PM
The Carmel Valley Library Concert Series presents 16-year-old virtuoso violinist Sara Maxman on Wednesday, November 13 at 6:45 PM. She will perform a 45-minute program accompanied by pianist Yulia Atoyan of music by Beethoven, Vieuxtemps, Barkauskas, and Grieg. As a soloist, Sara has toured China in a ten concert tour with the renowned Celestrings ensemble and was a prize winner of the Shanghai TV Talent Show. Locally, she was awarded first place in the Helen B. Goodlin competition and has appeared as soloist with the San Diego Youth Symphony. Also a leader in music, Sara has established the “Let Music Speak” Youth Music Club, an organization that inspires people through music.
The Library is located at 3919 Townsgate Drive in Carmel Valley. Concerts are free and open to the public. For further information call (858) 552-1668.