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Discovery Concert Series Announced

 

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June 2017

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Discovery Music Series

The programs of the Discovery Music Series will be announced shortly.

This concert series was created to expand the opportunity for talented area musicians to perform in public. Many of the musicians are also music educators and will enhance the programs by offering insights into the music, the composers and the performers.

The concerts are at 3 pm Saturdays in the Community Room at the Rancho Bernardo Library. There is no charge.

The Joy of the Piano
Featuring Naomi Hobbs and Yumiko Oya, pianists
September 9th, 2017

The Art of the Guitar—Chapter II
Eric Dickerson (SDSU graduate)
October 14, 2017

‘Tis the Season
Poway Community Choir led by Nancy Gray
December 2, 2017

Carnival of the Animals
All About Music Ensembles led by Mary Gerard
January 13, 2018

Something’s Fishy: Schubert’s Trout
Readers, vocalists, & a piano quintet
February 10, 2018

Duality—The Interplay of Violin and Viola
Natalka Kytasty (violin) and Judith Coker (viola)
March 10, 2018

La Jolla Country Day Honors Orchestra
All Strings Attached
American Music Program
April 14, 2018

Cinco de Mayo Mariachi
City Heights Mariachi
May 12, 2018

 

Library Hours

Monday 930a - 6p Tuesday 1130a - 8p Wednesday 1130a - 8p Thursday 930a - 6p Friday 930a - 6p Saturday 930a - 6p Sunday 1230p - 5p

 

Closed for city holidays.

 


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Monday 10a - 4p Tuesday 12p - 530p Wednesday 1p - 7p Thursday 10a - 4p Friday 10a - 4p Saturday 10a - 4p Sunday 1p - 4p

 

The Bookshop will be closed for city holidays.

In the case of good books, the point is not how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.

 

 Mortimer J. Adler, philosopher, educator, and author (1902-2001)