Wednesday, November 9
7:00–8:00 p.m. PT
Returning to the Museum for its 16th season, Art of Elan takes inspiration from the thought-provoking multimedia work of artist Justin Sterling and his Chapel of the Rocks installation, which uses the urban environment as a medium to explore bad faith. The concert kicks off an engaging three-concert series at the Museum and features San Diego premieres of works composed by Jonathan Bailey Holland and Juhi Bansal.
The Broken Windows concert program features
- “Upon Enchanted Ground” by Alan Hovhaness (flute, harp, cello, percussion)
- “His House is Not of This Land” by Jonathan Bailey Holland (flute, bass clarinet, violin, viola, cello) *San Diego premiere
- “Trail of Stars” by Juhi Bansal (solo harp) *San Diego premiere
- “Credo” by Kevin Puts (string quartet)
See Chapel of the Rocks before the performance. The exhibition will open to Art of Elan ticket holders at 6:00 p.m., one hour prior to the concert start time.
Chapel of the Rocks is on view at the Museum October 29, 2022–February 12, 2023.
Members $40 | Adults $50 | Military $45 | Senior $45 | Students $15
Tickets are now on sale. Get tickets.
This is a part of Art of Elan’s 16th season concert series called Landscapes. For the full schedule of concerts look here.
Interested in season tickets to the three-concert Art of Elan season at the Museum? Contact Lauren Mezta, Development and Membership Coordinator, at 619.696.1945 or email@example.com.