The Art of Music Concert Series
In 1915 music was a central component of the Panama–California Exposition, which celebrated the opening of the Panama Canal and San Diego’s position as the first port of call on the west coast of the United States. In celebration of the Centennial anniversary of the exposition, the Museum will feature a yearlong, monthly concert series in conjunction with the exhibition The Art of Music, exploring the the longstanding duet of music and visual arts. The Art of Music concert series is curated by Jann Pasler, Professor of Music at the University of California, San Diego.
Art of Élan presents "Crossing the Divide"
Single concert: $40 members, $45 students, seniors, military, $50 nonmembers
Tuesday, October 6, 2015 | OUTLIERS
*Series tickets are available prior to the first concert.
Panama 66 Performances
Visit the page for Panama 66, the restaurant and bar in the Museum's May S. Marcy Sculpture Court, for more information on live musical performances there.
December Nights Concerts
Each year, the Museum features free performances in the Hibben Gallery in concert with the annual Balboa Park December Nights celebration. Stay tuned for more details on 2015 programming.